The latest versions of AirPods Pro, which can utilize Spatial Audio, more high sound offer
Here’s how to make AirPods louder or AirPods Pro as you need them, whether you just want to raise the volume up a notch or there’s a sound level issue with them.
Increase the volume
If you’re new to AirPods, it may be difficult to figure out how to loud the volume of the sound you’re listening to. Although there are no volume buttons or motion controls to change the levels, you do have a few choices.
Use your iPhone to make AirPods louder
Using the volume up and down buttons on your iPhone or iPad, iPod, or Mac, if that’s what you’re using is the simplest option. If you’re outputting louder audio to your AirPods, this will automatically change the volume.
Use Siri to make AirPods louder
Another option is to use Siri. Simply say “Hey Siri” and then tell it to turn up the volume when you have its attention. If you have the first generation AirPods, double tapping on either AirPod will bring up Siri, where you can make your request.
use your Apple Watch to make AirPods louder
You can rapidly alter the volume settings on your headphones by spinning the Digital Crown dial on the Apple Watch, which is one of the simplest yet finest features. Simply ensure that the audio playing app is open on your watch at all times.
AirPods Should Be Cleaned
Dirt, and other material filling into the ridges of the AirPods over time may cause a variety of issues, including the distorted sound from the speakers.
Because said, one of the reasons your AirPods aren’t as louder as they should be is that they aren’t clean enough.
Fortunately, cleaning AirPods is a straightforward process. Cleaning your AirPods using 70% isopropyl alcohol, cotton swabs, and a toothpick is the recommended method.
Follow these procedures every 72 hours to keep your AirPods clean and performing at their best.
To clean and disinfect the AirPods, dip the swabs into the alcohol solution, taking cautious not to wipe the ports to prevent electrical damage. On the other hand, the toothpick may be used to poke out detritus from the ridges.
Attempt to update or reset your AirPods
Whether you’re still having trouble with the volume on your AirPods, try upgrading them or doing a factory reset to see if a fault has slipped into the configuration.
You may read our step by step instructions for updating AirPods, resetting AirPods, and resetting AirPods Max to factory settings.
Tips and tactics for increasing the loudness of your AirPods
Step 1: Look for Low Power mode: If your iPhone’s battery is low, it may have entered Low Power mode As a result, sound is typically reduced as a side effect, therefore you’ll need to adjust.
Step 2: Locate the Volume Limit setting on the iPhone: This is a setting on the iPhone that limits the volume to a specified level and is activated by default in certain locations. If you wish, you can turn it off.
Step 3: Maintain the cleanliness of your AirPods: Yes, earwax and filth accumulation will have an impact on loudness.
Step 4: Disconnect if everything else fails: Disconnect and forget your AirPods, then reconnect them This may aid in the resolution of any residual audio difficulties.
Troubleshooting Basics for AirPods
• If you’re still having problems with the volume on your AirPods, it’s time to try a few simple AirPods troubleshooting methods.
• First, put the AirPods back in the case and begin charging them wirelessly or with a Lighting cable Then turn your iPhone, iPad, or other device off and on again.
• A soft reset is another fast and simple option to get your AirPods operating again. Place both AirPods in the case and then open the lid to complete the process.
• For 15 seconds, hold down the setup button on the back of the casing until the status light flashes amber, then white.
If your AirPods are still not functioning after trying all of the alternatives above, we suggest contacting Apple Customer Support and scheduling a visit to the Apple Store to have an engineer look at them. Hopefully, they’ll figure out what’s wrong fast and get your AirPods working again.