How To Connect Beats AirPods To iPhone

How To Connect Beats AirPods To iPhone?

How To Connect Beats AirPods To iPhone? Beats Studio Buds and Apple AirPods are both great wireless earbuds. Both have a sleek, compact design that fits comfortably in your ears.

Both earbuds connect to your iPhone and other devices via Bluetooth. They also work with the Apple Watch and Mac computers.

To connect your Beats to your iPhone, first put them into pairing mode. To do this, open the case and hold the System button on the case for a few seconds.

Features Of Connect Beats AirPods To iPhone

  • With the release of its second-generation AirPods Pro, Apple stepped up its game with improved noise cancellation and a dedicated microphone that can pick up your voice for hands-free Siri activation. Apple also increased the playtime on its wireless earbuds to 24 hours — a feature it borrowed from Beats, which it now owns.
  • While the AirPods Pro and Beats Studio Buds both come with long battery life and good noise canceling, the former is the only pair of earbuds that has built-in support for Apple’s native ecosystem. That means you can instantly pair them on any iOS device with no app required, and access to controls like Hey Siri and ambient listening modes. They’ll even automatically pause music when they’re removed from your ears and resume playing once you put them back in.
  • These Apple offshoots, though, are nipping at the heels of smartphone-agnostic brands like Sony that offer more features that adapt to your lifestyle rather than which devices you use. Both pairs of earbuds now have fast pairing thanks to the inclusion of Apple’s new Bluetooth 5.2 protocol, and they both have advanced ANC that can adjust to your environment.
  • Like the first-generation AirPods, the $150 Beats Studio Buds offer impressive sound and comfortable fit at an affordable price. But they don’t have the gyroscopes and accelerometers of the Apple-designed AirPods, which means they can’t use spatial audio for movies or TV. They do, however, have an Android app that lets you tweak settings and update firmware, as well as a USB-C port for quick charging on any platform.

1. Turn on your AirPods

You can use your Beats to play music, podcasts, or other audio. You can also use them to make and receive phone calls. Their microphone lets you talk to people without taking off your headphones.

The power button is on the cable beneath your right earbud. Press and hold it for 1 second to turn your earphones on or off. You can listen for up to 8 hours on a single charge. To recharge, plug your earphones into a power source using the included Lightning cable.

2. Open the charging case

Both the Beats Studio Buds and the AirPods Pro feature Apple’s fast-pairing technology, meaning that the first time you open their cases and get them within a few feet of your iPhone, the phone automatically recognizes the buds and opens a dialogue asking if you want to pair them. That’s an excellent and simple way to get started with your new earbuds or headphones.

3. Press the button on the right earbud

Open the case and place it within a few feet of your phone, then tap “Connect.” The earbuds will automatically appear on your iPhone and will begin streaming audio.

Both earbuds have touch-sensitive controls to control media and calls. You can use one or both to pause or play music, skip tracks, and switch between stereo and mono modes. You can also use the button on the right earbud to answer or end calls and access your voice assistant.

When you’re listening with a friend, you can share the same audio using Audio Sharing. Bring both sets of Beats headphones or AirPods near each other, then choose “Audio Sharing” on the Now Playing screen, Lock screen, or in your device’s Control Center.

4. Press the button on the left earbud

The button on the left earbud controls your media and calls. Press and hold to activate voice assistant, then speak your request. You can also adjust the volume with gestures. Swipe up to increase the volume, swipe down to decrease it, and swipe left or right to skip to the next track or previous one.

If you’re listening to a podcast or music with a friend, you can pair two pairs of Beats headphones or earbuds together to enjoy Audio Sharing. You’ll be able to control the audio on your friend’s device with the touch of a finger.

If you haven’t yet removed the earbuds from their case, pressing and holding both buttons simultaneously will manually power ON, sync, and enter them directly into Pairing Mode. The left earbud will begin to flash red/blue. Once you hear the voice prompt “Pairing” on your device, search for and select Dime from your list of available Bluetooth devices to complete the process.

5. Press the button on the charging case

When your earbuds are open, press and hold the button on the charging case. This will put your Beats headphones or earbuds into pairing mode. You will hear a voice prompt that says “Pairing”, and the left earbud will flash RED/BLUE. Follow the onscreen instructions to connect your Beats to your iPhone.


If your earbuds are already paired to another Bluetooth device, you’ll need to reset them. To do this, open the lid of your charging case and press the button on the back of each earbud for about 10 seconds until you see a white light start flashing.

Once you’ve pressed the button on your earbuds, you can remove them from their charging case and they will automatically reconnect to your iPhone in Stereo Mode. This means you can maintain your playback and call controls (Play/Pause, Volume +/-, Answer/Hang up Call, Activate Assistant). You’ll also be able to switch between Solo and Stereo modes by simply inserting either earbud into the case.

6. Press the button on your iPhone

The Apple-owned brand makes several types of headphones, from small in-ear styles that plug into an audio jack to over-the-head wireless cans. You can connect Beats headphones or earbuds to your iPhone using Bluetooth.

Most Beats headphones and earbuds have a power button, which is typically found on the cable underneath the right earphone or on the left earpiece. Press and hold the power button to put your headphones or earbuds into pairing mode.

When your Beats headphones or earbuds are in pairing mode, they’ll automatically connect to your iPhone when they’re within range and Bluetooth is turned on. Alternatively, you can connect them to your iPhone by tapping the AirPlay button in the Control Center or the lock screen media player and following the onscreen instructions.

Make sure your Beats Studio Buds or Studio Case are fully charged before connecting them to your iPhone. You can also manually put them into pairing mode by opening the case, placing them near the device you want to pair with, and pressing the System button until the LED begins flashing.


  • When it comes to high-end, wireless earbuds, there are two names music aficionados always have in mind: Beats and Apple. Apple bought Beats in 2014 for a whopping $3 billion, and it’s clear the company has big plans for the Beats brand.
  • With that in mind, Beats Studio 3 Pro is the most premium earbuds Beats has ever made. They deliver a great listening experience, a sleek case, and cross-platform support with iOS and Android devices. They also feature a new processor that improves digital processing and adds features like hands-free Hey Siri, always-on audio control with voice commands, and head-tracking spatial audio.
  • These earbuds also come with a new wireless case that’s smaller than previous models and charges up to three times faster thanks to the inclusion of Qi charging. You can listen to up to six hours of music on a single charge and the battery lasts for 12 hours when the buds are in active noise cancellation mode. You can also use a long press on the remote to activate Siri, pause and resume music playback, adjust volume, or toggle between noise canceling and transparency modes.
  • The Studio 3 Pros are geared toward both iOS and Android users with a dedicated app for adjusting settings, updating firmware, and monitoring battery life for both the buds and the case. However, they don’t offer the same level of integration with Android as the AirPods do with Apple’s iOS software. In addition to not supporting features like hands-free Hey Siri or instant device switching, Beats also hasn’t incorporated the same ear-detection sensors as Apple’s flagship earbuds.

Rasheed Alam

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