Get started with AirPods Pro
With a couple of simple actions, you can use AirPods Pro to listen to your favorite audio on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple Watch, Mac, or Apple TV in next to no time. Before you begin, make sure that your devices are up to date and Bluetooth is on.
Pair AirPods Pro with your iPhone or other device
To set up your AirPods Pro, open the case with your AirPods inside, hold it next to your iPhone or iPad, then follow the onscreen instructions.
To connect to other devices, press and hold the setup button on the back of the AirPods case for about five seconds, or until the status light flashes white. Then go to Settings > Bluetooth, and select AirPods Pro.
Find the best fit
To see which of the included ear tips provide the best seal, you can run the fit detection test on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Open the AirPods case, then go to Settings > Bluetooth on your device. Tap next to your AirPods, tap Ear Tip Fit Test, then follow the onscreen instructions.
Quickly switch noise control modes
Wear your AirPods Pro, then open an audio app on your device—for example, Apple Music, the Apple TV app, or Podcasts—and play something. Press either Force Sensor once to quickly play or pause audio. To switch between Noise Cancellation and Transparency mode, press and hold either Force Sensor until you hear a chime.
If your device has Siri enabled, you can use Siri with your AirPods Pro any time your paired device is connected to the internet. Just say “Hey Siri,” or press and hold the Force Sensor on either of your AirPods, then make your request.
Turn on the Find My network
With the Find My app, you can locate your AirPods Pro when they’re lost—and with the Find My network (iOS 15.1, iPadOS 15.1, or later), you can locate them even when they're offline or aren’t nearby. To make sure the Find My network is on, go to Settings > Bluetooth on your device, tap next to your AirPods, then scroll down.