iPhone 101 demonstrations and reviews brings you another demo involving Air Pods from Apple. Air Pods are ear phones that have no wire to worry about. They connect via Bluetooth thus allowing you to enjoy listening in stereo or by using just one Air Pod in either ear, you can keep one ear open for the environment you are in. Thus, doubling the life of the battery charge and allowing you to listen and hear around you as well.
Air Pods are kept in a charging case to ensure your day always has enough Air Pod usability even if stereo is the way you go.
Once you sink up your iPhone or iPad to the Air Pods, there is a Live Listen feature that will turn your Air Pods into a type of hearing aid. Turn up the volume in a meeting and point your iPhone’s microphone in the direction of someone that you can’t hear, and the Air Pods can bring that voice up loud and clear. The Live Listen feature utilizes the i-Device’s microphone to pick-up the sound and the volume control on your device let’s you bring that sound up to a hearable level.
In this demonstration, Jeff Thompson will show how to set up the Live Listen feature that is already in your i-device. Be sure that you are using the latest IOS update to ensure that you have the most recent fixes and up-to-date features.
You can find Air Pods on the Apple Store web site as well as at the Apple Stores. They retail around $149 and have been on sale as low as $129.
Be sure to check out more iPhone 101 demonstrations on the web at www.BlindAbilities.comand click on the iPhone101 tab or the Category drop-down menu and choose iPhone101. We have everything you want to know about using the iPhone/iPad in easy bite-size episodes.
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