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How to Use Conversation Boost with AirPods Pro on iPhone, iPad [VIDEO]

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Apple on Saturday published a new video tutorial on its Apple Support YouTube channel, instructing users on how to use the AirPods Pro‘s Conversation Boost feature on iPhone and iPad.

Conversation Boost is an accessibility feature Apple announced earlier this year at WWDC 2021, designed to aid those who are hard of hearing.

“Conversation Boost for AirPods Pro helps you focus on the voice of the person directly in front of you in a crowded environment,” says Apple in the video.

Before you can use the Conversation Boost feature, you need to first enable ‘Hearing Accommodations’ in Settings. To do so, simply:

  1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Locate and tap on Accessibility.
  3. Scroll down to the Hearing section and tap on Audio/Visual.
  4. Tap on Headphone Accommodations.
  5. Turn Headphone Accommodations on using the toggle.

Once you’ve enabled Headphone Accommodations, you can actually start using Conversation Boost to better hear people in crowds. With your AirPods Pro connected to your iPhone or iPad, you need to:

  1. Open the Control Center.
  2. Locate and tap on the Hearing controls (denoted by an ear icon).
  3. Tap on Headphone Accommodations.
  4. Enable the Transparency Mode feature.
  5. Tap anywhere outside the menu to go back to the Hearing controls.
  6. Scroll down to locate the Conversation Boost option, and tap on it to turn it on.

Check out the full video tutorial above from Apple.

According to renowned Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will be launching a successor to the AirPods Pro, possibly called the AirPods Pro 2, in late 2022 with a refreshed design and a newer chip.

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