You can share anything on your iPhone with your friends, but not music. That is now a thing of past! With iOS 13, Apple has introduced a feature, which helps users share audio with two AirPods. While Apple incorporates this dual-connect feature (you can connect two pairs of AirPods with a single iPhone) in iOS 13, Android users have already experienced this fun. Want to share audio with two AirPods?
Features of iOS 13 are arguably the most popular till date, connecting two Bluetooth headphones with a single iPhone stands out of the crowd. People now do not need to use that headphone splitter to share audio between two or more users. For two users, it is so amazing to listen to the same content from a single device. Follow along to learn how to this feature works!.
How to Pair Two Sets of AirPods to Single iOS Device in iOS 13
You can use your iPhone or iPad to listen to the audio on two different sets of AirPods. Apart from AirPods, this dual-sharing feature also works on PowerBeats Pro.
There are two methods to share your audio in iOS 13. Apple has shown a proximity-based method in its WWDC 2019 event. This method is easy as you need to bring one device close to the second; a card appears prompting you to share audio.
However, this method does not always support in the first beta of iOS 13. No worries; there is a second method, which can help you connect two sets of AirPods or PowerBeats Pro to a single iPhone or iPad.
Step #1. Take your iPhone with which, you have already paired a set of AirPods.
Step #2. Then launch Settings app on your iOS device and tap on Bluetooth option.
Step #3. On the second set of AirPods, press and hold the pairing button (it is on the back of the charging case).
Step #4. Your second set of AirPods will appear in the list; now tap on that second set of AirPods.
Next, you can make sure that both sets of AirPods are connected in the list of devices.
Bring up or down the AirPlay menu, and you should see two sets of AirPods connected with your iPhone or iPad. And yes, both sets should send out the same audio from your device.
According to Apple, this feature should work on iPhone 8 and later, and iPad Pro 12.9″ second generation and later, iPad Pro 11″, iPad Pro 10.5″, fifth-generation iPad, third-generation iPad Air, fifth-generation iPad mini, and seventh generation iPod touch.
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