AirPods Pro are slight headphones that offer wire-free Bluetooth connectivity. With their streamlined, wireless design, these buds are easy to wear anywhere. They deliver high-quality sound, with no cord dangling down to keep you from fully experiencing your music. But sometimes, the buds may drop out of your ear, caused when you are wearing wrong. In this article, Hooke Audio will show you how to wear AirPods pro properly.
The Reasons Why Airpods Fall Out Easily
Apple might be able to restructure its earbuds constantly, but there are still some things that could cause the device’s fall.
Let’s look at them one by one below.
The first reason the earbuds drop is that the AirPods may not be a good fit for you. AirPods are widely known for being one of the most comfortable earbuds on the market. This is because Apple made it a point of making the device fit 90% of its customers.
Yes, it is a large percentage, but 10% might have difficulty staying fit. This percentage might seem small, but it is very likely to consider how many Apple users worldwide.
Every person is unique in their ear size and shape. Some studies have shown that ears can be more easily identified and special than fingerprints. AirPod’s single-size fits all approach could be its biggest flaw.
Silicone tips on Airpods Pro
Apple deserves credit for realizing the problems with their AirPods and offering a simple solution. The AirPods Pro had silicone tips instead of plastic, non-replaceable ones. This was a significant improvement over the regular Airpods.
The silicone tips solved the problem of AirPods getting out of ears. There were three sizes available, which covered 100% of the ears worldwide.
The AirPods Pro tips presented two new problems. They were slippery and prone to collecting dirt. Some users reported that AirPods Pro tips could be more susceptible to falling because they slip out of their ears so easily.
Getting physically Hit
Although it is evident, AirPods can also fall out of our ears due to external forces. This includes being physically or mentally hit. Both the AirPods and the Profit snugly, but getting hit by something or someone hard can cause the earbuds to fall out of your ears.
You may also find yourself reaching for your hairbrush or taking off work clothes while using your earbuds. AirPods are often triggered when people take off their masks.
In all cases, it’s best to be aware of the possibility that your ears might be impacted. You should ensure that your AirPods are well-worn, but for good measure, you can take them out for a second to make sure they don’t fall.
How to Wear Airpods Pro Properly
The silicone tips included with the AirPods Pro are the most critical aspect of the AirPods Pro.
Many of the Pro versions’ upgrades are stored in the tips, making them better than the AirPods.
You can only fully experience the features if they are correctly installed.
Apple encourages you to experiment with different sizes of tips to find your ideal fit.
You get a perfect size, and they will never slip off.
This is how to wear your AirPods Pro properly.
1. Check for a letter by flipping the silicone tips.
This is the letter that indicates how large your tips are. AirPods Pro typically comes with medium information. You will find both the large and small tips in the box.
2. Ensure that the letter on soft tips is aligned with the vent behind the pods.
3. Turn the tips until it aligns. When it is in place, you should hear a click.
4. To place the AirPods Pro into your ear, first, pull your ear backward and then upwards. You can do the same for the other ear.
5. After you’ve placed them in your ear canal, perform the Ear Tip Fit Test. Go to BLUETOOTH first, then SETTINGS on the iOS device.
6. Select the info button next to your AirPods from the list of devices.
7. Next, click Ear Tip Test. You most likely don’t have iOS 13.2 or higher. Upgrade.
8. Click CONTINUE to continue and then hit the play button at the bottom of the screen.
You might be asked to adjust the ones you already have or try a new ear tip. It is possible.
If you do, you will receive green checkmarks indicating that you have unlocked the correct way to wear AirPods Pro.
How to Change Ear Tips
Although silicone tips were designed with great intentions, some AirPod users still experience the same problems. You might try another tip for your AirPod.
Memory foam is the best material after silicone tips. The foam is more flexible than silicone tips and can be molded to fit the shape of your ears, providing a better seal.
Many users are switching to memory foam, and Foam Masters is one of the most highly recommended brands.
This guide will show you how to convert your AirPods Pro’s ear tips to memory foam.
1. Remove the silicone tips
First, remove the old soft tips. Pull them out and let them fall out of your earbuds.
2. Choose the best memory foam ear tip
Your silicone tip and memory foam tip should be equal in size. Foam Masters and other brands that follow Apple’s size guidelines are recommended. These brands are made specifically for Airpods, so you shouldn’t have any problems with the fit.
3. Push the tips into place by pressing down.
Push the memory foam tips in the same way as you would silicone tips. Once the ear tip is secured to the earbuds, you will hear a clicking sound.
4. Plug the AirPods into your ears by pressing them down.
The installation process for both the silicon and memory foam tips is the same. However, the way they are put together is different. You will need to squeeze the information before you can push-rotate-wedge your memory foam AirPods.
How to use AirPods Pro
You can now fully experience the AirPods Pro once they are in your ears.
Here’s how to use them.
1. Go to the Home Screen.
2. Open your Airpods Pro charging case close to your phone.
3. After the setup information is displayed, click CONNECT.
4. The following three screens will guide you through setting up Hey Siri.
5. Click “Done.”
These steps will allow you to control your device.
1. To play or pause audio, press the stem of your Airpods Pro.
2. Double-press the stem to skip ahead
3. Triple-press the stem to skip back
To switch between Transparency and Noise Cancellation, press and hold the stem (also known as the force sensor).
It is easy to wear AirPods Pro, but you can wear them in any way that fits you best. Enjoy listening to music wirelessly with these cool wireless earbuds. We hope that our article can help you learn more ways to make your AirPods Pro better.