AirPods User Guide & Tutorial! (Updated for iOS 12!) Part 3: Use AirPods with other Apple devices!

AirPods User Guide & Tutorial! Part 3: How to Use your AirPods with other Apple devices and more!

Connect AirPods to Your Mac with a Single Click!
How to Setup AirPods on a Windows 10 Computer!
AirPods with Android! (How to Setup AirPods on an Android Phone or Tablet)
How to Setup AirPods on any Mac Without iCloud Including Older Macs!

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Part 1: Basic Setup and Overview!
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Hey Everybody, welcome to Part 3 of my updated AirPods user guide and tutorial - How to Use your AirPods with other Apple devices and more! In this four part video series I’ll be going over how to setup your AirPods using iOS 12 and sharing everything you need to know about them, including how to use them with all of your various apple devices and showing you how to both use and customize them to meet your needs! So Stay tuned!

Using your AirPods with other apple devices is actually really simple once you have them setup with your iPhone!

On your Mac, just click on the bluetooth control on the menu bar and scroll down to your AirPods, then move the pointer right and click connect! That is pretty user friendly! But if you’d like, you can even create a little automator app to connect them with one click from your dock! If you’re interested in learning more about that, check out my video: Connect AirPods to Your Mac with a Single Click!

To connect your AirPods to your iPad, just go to control centre by swiping down from the upper right corner in iOS 12 or by swiping up in iOS 11. Then you can either press the quarter round buttons in the upper right corner if they’re present to go straight to the audio output control or long press the music control section and then press the audio output selector button to choose your AirPods.

On your Apple watch, As demonstrated on the new Apple Watch Series 4 with watchOS 5. Make sure you’re on the main watch face, then swipe up to access the Apple Watch control centre and scroll down to the audio output selector, press the audio output button and choose your AirPods!

And to connect them back to your iPhone, it’s very similar to the iPad. Just go to control centre by swiping down from the upper right corner on your iPhone X or newer, or swipe up on a touch id iPhone and then press the two quarter circle buttons in the upper right if present, or 3d press the music control section, then press the audio output button and choose your AirPods.

It’s also worth noting that theres more than one way to connect your AirPods to each device, for example you can also select your AirPods from the music app on your apple mobile devices by pressing the audio output button. This method even works in iTunes on your mac! And on your Apple watch, when you’re in the music app the audio output selection menu will pop up once you find a song or album you want to play!

You can also connect to them from the given devices bluetooth menu! But I find control centre to be the most convenient way most of the time!

Don’t forget to check out Part 4 of the updated AirPods user guide and tutorial: AirPods - Daily User tips! And bonus tricks! And if you haven’t already, also check out Part 1: AirPods basic setup and user guide and Part 2: How to customize your AirPods.

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