The Apple AirPods has a lot of features aside from listening to music wirelessly from your iOS device. It also has double tap gestures which can call out Siri and be changed according to your settings. Here’s how to customize your AirPods double tap gestures.

Normally, Apple AirPods’ double tap gesture is set to calling out Siri. However, the AirPods can also do this through simply calling her out as the AirPods also has microphones that can detect voice commands. Maximizing the AirPods’ features requires changing the double tap gesture to get the most of the device’s controls.

To access the double-tap settings, open up the Settings menu once the AirPods has been paired with your device. In the Bluetooth settings, find your AirPods device and tap on the small “i” icon near to your AirPods. Inside these settings, you can find not one, but two double-tap shortcut settings for your AirPods.

The choices for the double-tap shortcut for either AirPods are: Play/Pause, Previous Track, Next Track, Siri, and Off. So far, the features are geared for the AirPods music features which provide you some device-free options similar to wired headphones.

Most wired headphones have a little device attached in the middle of its wires which allows users to adjust the volume, play or pause the song, and even switch tracks. With the AirPods features, setting up similar features would also be easy. Once you’ve set the AirPods double tap shortcuts according to your liking, you can now enjoy your AirPods with more features aside from calling out Siri.

Later this year, Apple is planning to release the next generation of AirPods. While its full features are yet to be revealed, the new device is said to have improved and extended battery life. The AirPods 2 will be built to provide a more efficient use of battery life and its charging case would also be improved to hold more spare energy for the device. Potentially, this double tap feature would also be available for that next generation AirPods and other features could also be added for user comfort.