One intriguing aspect of wireless headphones such as AirPods is the ability to enjoy audio content without the need to be in direct proximity to your device. Additionally, you have the option to regulate the amount of ambient noise that filters through using noise cancellation.

By utilizing this convenient feature, you can bid farewell to superfluous sounds and focus solely on the sounds you wish to perceive. However, you must enable the noise reduction function beforehand.

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Below are three methods to activate noise reduction on your AirPod Pros:

Enabling noise reduction within Settings

  1. Remove at least one of your AirPods from the case to establish a connection with your phone (placing it in your ear is unnecessary)

  2. Access the Settings menu

  3. Tap on your Airpod name, which will be displayed just below your iCloud profile

  4. Scroll down to the section labeled “NOISE CONTROL”

  5. Select your noise reduction preference:

    1. “Noise Reduction”

    2. “Off”

    3. Transparency

Alternatively, you can:

  1. Remove at least one of your AirPods from the case to establish a connection with your phone (placing it in your ear is unnecessary)

  2. Access the Settings menu

  3. Navigate to Bluetooth

  4. Select the “circled i” icon

  5. Scroll down to the section labeled “NOISE CONTROL”

  6. Select your noise reduction preference:

    1. “Noise Reduction”

    2. “Off”

    3. Transparency

Activating noise reduction within the Control Center 

  1. Place at least one AirPod in your ear

  2. Swipe down from the top right of your screen to access the Control Center

  3. Press and hold the volume/sound control slider until it expands and occupies the entire screen

  4. Tap on the “Noise Control Transparency” icon located at the bottom left of the screen

  5. Select your noise reduction preference:

    1. “Noise Reduction”

    2. “Off”

    3. Transparency

Activating noise reduction by holding the sensor on your AirPod Pro

  1. Place at least one AirPod in your ear

  2. Hold down on the sensor positioned on the exterior of your AirPod until you hear a chime