If you want to delay a call that is incoming, press and hold the inside catch for about two seconds and then let it go. You will hear two beeps confirming that you have declined the call.
FAQ Category: Calling with AirPods
Users are able to switch between calls by pressing the inside catch and then press again to go back to the primary call using the AirPods.
Apple designed the Airpods with built-in microphones to enhance users’ capabilities to make calls as well as to talk to Siri, instead of having to take off headphones and then using your iPhone.
The microphone in the Airpod is just fantastic which adds to the rich audio quality. The Airpad has a dual-mic setup plus its noise-cancelling tech that utilizes vibrations that are subtle when users are talking This feature makes the Airpod the best remote input devide ever made by Apple or any other techy company.
If you double tap on any of the Airpods, Siri will be launched; you can proceed to talk to Siri normally.
If you prefer to use one AirPods at a time instead of the two, you can because each AirPods is paired to the iPhone individually. I am sure users will be grateful for this improvement in a headphone, because you will be able to take your phone calls or use SIRI and still keep one of your ears free. Also it allows to have group calls with one additional...
Of course, These AirPods can distinguish between different sound pitches. For instance, when your voice is identified, they’ll activate both receivers. They also support noise cancellation technology, so the sound you listen will be crystal clear, canceling the noise in the background.
To start Siri, just double tap on your AirPods. The Siri can help you increase/ reduce volume, skip tracks, or even check the battery status on your AirPods. Obviously, having access to Siri means that you can perform various tasks without touching your phone.