How to connect two Airpods to an iPhone
Sharing music with a second pair of Airpods.
The ability to share songs that are included on your smartphone with a person nearby in Airpods or Beats is called audio sharing. How to enable this feature:
- Place the headphones near your iPhone and open the lid of the case.
- Go to Control Center → Music Control.
- Click on the AirPlay icon and select two headphones from the list to play.
- For wireless headphones to appear in the list of discovered gadgets, bring them with an open case to the iPhone.
- After that, choose headphones and click “Share Audio”.
In this mode, you can adjust the volume separately for each pair of headsets. Also in the control center there is the ability to switch tracks, pause them, adjust the sound using the sliders on the screen.
Disabling Listening Together.
How to stop sharing audio:
- Go to iPhone settings and go to “Bluetooth”
- Find the Airpods you want to disconnect in the list and press “i” next to them, then select “Forget this device” and press again to confirm. After that, your smartphone will stop sharing audio with the headphones that you turned off.
How to share music on two pairs of Airpods. Audio sharing function
Does it happen that you want to share music or movie sound with your friends? For example, you are traveling together and want to listen to music together from one device, playing it on different Airpods. Starting with iOS 13, this feature became possible.
Audio Sharing Devices.
Devices on which the co-listening function is available:
- iPhone 8 and all subsequent models.
- iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2nd generation) or later
- iPad Pro 11; 10.5.
- Air model (3rd generation)
- iPad mini 5
- iPad (5th generation) or newer.
- iPod touch 7th generation.
Headphones that can be paired:
- All Airpods Models.
- Solo Pro
- Powerbeats Pro
- Beats Solo3 Wireless
- Beats Studio3 Wireless
It’s so simple and easy you can listen to the same music with your friends from one device. Watch movies together, listen to audio and enjoy cool content together on travel, commute, home gatherings.
How to control connected headphones
Connecting an extra pair of headphones to an iPhone or iPad has little or no effect on how headsets are operated. The easiest way to interact with them is through the Control Center. There users will be able to adjust the volume level for each headset separately, and in the “Batteries” widget. find out the remaining battery charge.
Which devices support the ability to connect two pairs of headphones
- iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and newer.
- 12.9-inch iPad Pro 2nd generation or later.
- 10.5- and 11-inch iPad Pro and newer;.
- iPad Air 3rd generation.
- iPad 5th generation and newer.
- iPad mini 5th generation.
- iPod touch 7th generation.
Connect 2 AirPods to One iPhone. AirPods Pro and AirPods
How to connect two pairs of Airpods to iPhone
- Connect the first Airpods in the standard way (bring the case with headphones to the smartphone, open the case cover, click on the Connect button).
- Go to the Settings menu.
- Open Bluetooth section.
- Press and hold the pairing button on the second Airpods until the indicator light pulsates.
- Wait until the headphones appear in the Other devices section and select them.
- Wait for the connection to complete.
After that, two pairs of wireless headphones will be connected to one device at once. The connection process for Beats headsets is no different.
How to connect two pairs of Airpods to one iPhone or iPad
In most cases, users who want to share with someone listening to their favorite song or watching a movie simply e earphone. However, there is another solution. Not everyone knows that two pairs of Airpods can be connected to the iPhone and iPad. The only requirement is that the devices must run iOS 13.1 or iPadOS 13.1.
It is worth noting that not only two pairs of Airpods can be connected to an iPhone or iPad. This method also works with other wireless headphones. Among them are: Powerbeats Pro, Beats Solo 3, Beats X, Beats Studio 3 and Powerbeats 3.
How to reconnect Airpods to another iPhone or iPad
In most cases, after sharing movies or listening to music from one iPhone and iPad, the second pair of headphones needs to be reconnected to “your” device. For this you need:
- Activate pairing mode on Airpods (open the lid of the case with headphones and hold down the pairing button).
- Bring the earbuds in the case to your iPhone or iPad.
- Wait for the pairing message to appear on the smartphone or tablet screen.
- Press the “Connect” button and wait for the connection to end.
How to Connect Two Airpods to One iPhone or iPad: 2 Ways
Now, thanks to iOS 13, users will be able to use a second set of Airpods or PowerBeats Pro headphones. This will allow two people to fully listen to the same audio from an Apple mobile device at the same time. And this is how it works.
How to automatically connect second Airpods to iPhone or iPad
In iOS 13, there are two ways to share your music at once. The first is relatively simple, based on the proximity of devices. Apple showcased it on stage during its Worldwide Developers Conference. This method is clear and attractive, like many Apple devices. Just bring one device closer to the other and an invitation will appear on the screen to share your audio.
How to manually connect second Airpods to iPhone or iPad
This alternative method does not work based on the proximity of two devices. It will take a little personal effort to implement it.
First you need an iPhone with Airpods connected to it.
Using two AirPods with one iPhone on iOS 13!
Open the Bluetooth section in Settings.
Hold the pairing button on the back of the second set of Airpods.
A second set of Airpods will appear in the Other Devices section, which means they’re ready to pair. Gotta push it.
Make sure that both devices in the list are marked with the status “Connected”.
Happened! We now have two pairs of Airpods connected to the same device with iOS 13. From the AirPlay menu, both pairs of headphones should be visible, they should be receiving the same sound.
During testing, no lag was found between sets of headphones. Each can adjust the sound independently, just like AirPlay 2-enabled speakers.
Apple says this feature works with both Airpods and PowerBeats Pro on iPhone 8 and later, 12.9-inch iPad Pro 2nd generation and later, 11-inch and 10.5-inch iPad Pro, iPad 5 4th generation and later, iPad Air 3rd generation, iPad mini 5th generation, and iPod touch 7th generation.