Apple AirPods are amazing wireless headphones that allow us to listen to music, series or movies, but also to talk and call our contacts. However, you need to know how calls are handled by AirPods so that we don’t have to remove the iPhone, and it depends on the model we have.
Answer calls it’s a cool AirPods thing, and it’s very common to see AirPods users talking through them while taking advantage of their really good microphones. This is how calls are h andled on each AirPods model.
Make and answer calls with AirPods
If you have the 1st or 2nd generation AirPods, here’s how incoming calls are handled and how you can make calls.
- Make a phone call. You can only make calls with Siri. Say “Hey Siri, call [contacto]»You can also double-tap the AirPod to activate Siri.
- Answer a call. Double-tap one of the AirPods, allowing you to hang up.
Make and answer calls with AirPods Pro
With the AirPods Pro, Apple changed the control mode, which is now done by pressing instead of touching.
- Make a phone call. You can only make calls with Siri. Say “Hey Siri, call [contacto]”. You can also set one of the AirPods to activate Siri when the pressure sensor is held down. This is done from Settings> Bluetooth, by pressing the “i” on AirPods and “Change what happens when you hold down the pressure sensor”.
- Answer a call. Press the pressure sensor of one of the AirPods, in the same way to hang up.
- Reject a call. Double tap the pressure sensor.
Make and answer calls with AirPods Max
AirPods Max have a unique form of control and are the only AirPods with specialized buttons, so calls are handled.
- Make a phone call. With Siri say “Hey Siri, call [contacto]. You can also hold down the Digital Crown.
- Answer or end a call. Credit from The Digital Crown.
- Reject a call. Double-press the digital crown.
This is how you can answer and start calls also from AirPodsAs you can see, depending on the model, what you need to do is different since the commands change.