AirPods
experience is just as amazing whether you’re listening to your iPhone, Apple
Watch, iPad, or Mac. After a simple one-tap setup, AirPods
are automatically on and always connected. They can sense when they’re in your ears and pause when you take them out. Just double-tap either AirPods to activate Siri, or
play/pause the music without taking your iPhone out of your pocket.
How to Customize AirPods double tap function
You can
customize and adjust the double tap functionality of AirPods in the setting apps on your
iOS devices where you can switch or change the double tap functionality on AirPods you
like either Sir or Play/Pause. By default, Double tapping on AirPods invoke
Siri functionality but it always require an internet connectivity. So when you
are out of network and don’t want Siri as default then you can change the
double tap functions on AirPods to Play/Pause function.
How to Switch the double tap functionality on AirPods. It’s so simple using AirPods and has a cool feature with double tap functionality on it. So follow this steps on how to change the AirPods double tap functionality from Siri to Play/Pause function:
How to Switch the double tap functionality on AirPods
It’s so simple
using AirPods and has a cool feature with double tap functionality on it. So follow this steps on how to change the AirPods double tap functionality from Siri to Play/Pause function:
  • Open Settings app
    on your iOS device
  • Tap the
    Bluetooth menu and look for your AirPods
  • Tap the “i”
    next to your AirPods name
  • You can see Double-Tap
    On AirPods
    option where you can choose between Siri and Play/Pause function
    including OFF.
So changing
the double tap functionality to Siri allows your AirPods to envoke Siri
automatically when it is connected to internet. Similarly, changing the double
tap functionality to Play/Pause option allows you to play or pause the music
whenever you want. And turning OFF will disable the double tap function on
AirPods.
For those who didn’t know, you can check and update your AirPods software firmware version right from your iPhone, iPad or Mac.