With iOS 14.4, Apple made some minor tweaks to enhance your iPhone’s user experience and performance. The ability to label Bluetooth devices is one such looked after feature. The new feature not only offers personalized audio notifications and ease in identifying connected devices but also plays a role in boosting headphone’s audio level management.
Let’s get to know how to label Bluetooth devices on iPhone and iPad.
How labeling Bluetooth devices on iPhone and iPad will help?
The feature isn’t mainly defined to help you identify connected devices; instead, the primary intention is to adjust the volume levels accordingly. Based on the labels marked by you, it auto-adjusts the level and prevents you from exposing to higher volume on a real-time basis.
Available labeling categories
You can label your Bluetooth devices under the following categories.
- Car Stereo
- Hearing Aid
How to label Bluetooth devices as a speaker, headphones, hearing aids, more on iPhone or iPad
- In the Settings app on your iPhone/iPad, tap Bluetooth.
- In the list of My Devices, tap the ‘i’ icon against the device you want to label.
- Now tap ‘Device Type’ on the following screen. This will take you to a new screen with a list of categories. Select your preferred label.
Note: Once you connect a device, it auto identifies and allocates the category. However, you have the liberty to follow the steps mentioned above to change it at any point in time and redefine your audio experience.
Ready to label Bluetooth devices?
Soon after releasing iOS 14, Apple is consistently releasing updates to better the user experience. Its latest public and dev beta version of 14.5 tests numerous other features and fixes bugs of the preceding one. I hope the steps mentioned above help you smoothen your experience and use your iPhone and iPad in the best possible way.
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