Last Updated on Aug 16, 2020
Having AirPods Pro is a blessing, it doesn’t matter, whether it is connected to iPhone 7 or iPhone 11 Pro Max, it will always deliver immersive sound quality and continue to be more practical for us with every new update. In this line of the tutorial, I’ll be discussing various methods to change the volume on your AirPods Pro, though, they are the same for AirPods 1st Generation and AirPods 2nd Generation, adjusting the sound on AirPods is common for all. If you’re new to the Apple ecosystem, it might take some time to fit in and learn the basics of the AirPods, iPhone, and other devices if you have.
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For the starters, we all know that AirPods don’t have any separate buttons to adjust the volume, therefore, when it comes to volume, you’ll need to go for the connected iPhone or any other device, to manage the volume or ask Siri. Apart from that, we have discovered a few convenient methods to change the volume on your AirPods Pro. Here’s how it can be done.
How to Change the Volume of AirPods in 4 Different Ways: Shortcut Methods
Use Traditional Way to Change Volume
When AirPods Pro paired and connected to the iPhone, the volume buttons of the iPhone can adjust the sound of AirPods Pro. It’s not fair to ask Siri while we are in the hospital or in public transit or in the meeting, in those circumstances the Volume Marker on the iPhone is really helpful to avoid embarrassment and change the volume on the AirPods Pro.
Take out the iPhone, and press the volume buttons to adjust the AirPods Pro volume from iPhone.
Use Control Center to Change AirPods Pro Volume
Another alternative to change the AirPods volume is the control center. While using the iPhone if you feel to adjust the volume, then bring the Control Center on the screen and drag the slider up/down to manage the volume level of AirPods.
For iPhone X or later or say iPhone with Face ID has to pull down the Control Center from the top-right screen, while for other iPhone, swipe up the home screen from the bottom, to access Control Center. The Volume and Brightness sliders are huge than any other control center feature, to quickly adjust the sound and brightness levels on iPhone.
Ask Siri to Increase/Decrease AirPods Pro Volume
Siri’s getting better and better every day, it can be used to control various aspects of the iPhone and iPad, if the proper command is given. One of them is, changing the volume of AirPods Pro when paired and connected to the iPhone. Make sure the AirPods are connected to the iPhone before asking Siri to increase or decrease the volume otherwise, the changes will be applicable to the iPhone.
> Hey Siri, Increase the Volume
Simply say, “Hey Siri, decrease the Volume”, this will do it. If Siri doesn’t respond, then try to speak clear and loud, and avoid using Siri in crowded places.
Control Volume Levels Using Siri
You might have a though that, to what extend Siri will increase or decrease the Volume of AirPods Pro, because you just said, “Hey Siri, decrease the Volume” but didn’t clarify, how much, isn’t it? On the other hand, when you ask Siri, “Hey Siri, what’s the current volume”, the Siri will reply back with the volume in percentage.
Now you know the current volume level, so just ask Siri to decrease the volume by 10%. Similarly, it applies if you want to increase the volume. Still, it will follow the optimal volume for you, like when we are at loud crowded places, the optimal volume for that moment will be different compared to the optimal volume when you’re sitting at home.
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Change Volume of AirPods Using MacBook, Mac
Not all the time our AirPods are connected to the iPhone, in case if you preferred to use the AirPods with the Mac to watch movies or play games, use the MacBook’ or Mac’s keyboard to adjust the volume. Plus, for the macOS Big Sur or later users, Control Center makes the task easier, just like iPhone, click on the Control Center icon on the upper-right corner, and change the Volume of AirPods from Mac.