connect AirPods to MacBook pro or MacBook air
When your AirPods are close by and equipped to apply together along with your Mac, you may use them to concentrate on music, use Siri, or take care of phone calls.
If your AirPods are related together along with your iPhone
If you already related your AirPods together along with your iPhone, they’re equipped to apply together along with your Mac (your Mac needs to assist Handoff, and also you need to be signed in to iCloud for the use of the equal Apple ID).
Open the AirPods case.
Click the Volume control withinside the menu bar for your Mac, then select AirPods.
Connect your AirPods together along with your Macbook pro or MacBook air. If your AirPods aren’t related together along with your iPhone, you may join them at once together along with your Mac.
With your AirPods of their case, open the lid.
Press and preserve the setup button at the return of the case till the repute mild flashes white.
On your Mac, select Apple menu > System Preferences, then click on Bluetooth.
Select AirPods withinside the Devices list.
If your AirPods assist it, click on Enable so one can say “Hey Siri” to begin the use of Siri together along with your AirPods.
If requested in case you need to enhance Siri and Dictation, do one of the following:
Share audio recordings: Click Share Audio Recordings to permit Apple to save the audio of your Siri and dictation interactions from this Mac. Apple might also additionally evaluate a pattern of saved audio.
Don’t proportion audio recordings: Click Not Now.
If you convert your thoughts later and need to proportion or forestall sharing audio recordings, choose or deselect the Improve Siri & Dictation checkbox withinside the Analytics & Improvements phase of Privacy preferences. See Change Privacy preferences.
Note: You can do away with the audio recordings from Apple servers every time you like—see Delete Siri and Dictation history.
Apple AirPods Pro
|Special Feature||IOS Phone Control, Noise Cancellation, Microphone Feature|
|Noise Control||Active Noise Cancellation|
Compared to the AirPods (version 2) highest-end model (with wireless charging case*); the Airpods Pro is $50 more MSRP.