Apple introduced the feature of audio sharing on iOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1. Now, users can share audio from iPhone using Airpods. You can listen to music or watch videos with your friends. There are 2 ways to share from the device to Airpods. You can share audio using share audio features available on iOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1. If you want to know about it, then you are in the right post. Read through the blog and follow the steps to share music using Airpods.
The feature is available on iOS 13.1, iPadOS 13.1 or iPad, Pros, iPad, iPad Air, iPad Mini, and iPad Touch.
When it comes to supporting the headphones, Apple supports Airpods and Beats headphones. This feature works on Airpods Pro, Airpods, Beats X, Powerbeats Pro, or Beats Solo Pro. Any headphones of Apple that may have W1 or H1 chip.
How to Share Audio
If you want to share Audio, then abide by the given steps:
- Go to the Control center option from the Home tab.
- Click and hold on Now playing.
- Select the AirPlay tab.
- Users can also get there by clicking on the AirPlay tab in the Music App.
- Click on the Share audio option that is visible to you when connected to Airpods.
- Bring an iPad or iPhone near the device and connect the headphones to them.
- Press the Share Audio option.
- Then the devices will be connected to the iPad or iPhone.
- The device will have the tick mark next to it.
- Click on a box to tick the second pair of headphones.
- Now both devices will be connected to the iPadOS or iOS. Then you can play music, and this plays on both the headphones at the same time.
How to Control the Audio
Users can change the volume, play pause, and stop the audio as well as the control option on the Control Center. If you want to control the audio, then you can follow the provided steps:
- Go to Control Center.
- Drag volume option of a set of headphones or volume slider of a bottom to control the volume of both the headphones. You and your friend can also control the volume of the audio of both the headphones.
How to Disconnect the Paired device
In case you intend to disconnect one pair, then go through the below-mentioned steps:
- Go to the AirPlay screen.
- Click on a box to tick again.
- Users can also turn off the headphones and put the Airpods back to its case to stop sharing the audio.
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