We continue to tell you about new features of latest version of iOS under the lucky number 13. One of the most enjoyable, and, most importantly, free of innovations in this operating system has become autosharing. This feature is actually not so new, and most of all it resembles a joint listening to music from one device using a splitter for two headphones, but now everything has become more expensive and fashionable. Although the principle remained roughly the same, now it has ceased to require additional adapters and other wires.
When it comes to the collaboration of Apple in Cupertino always try to do everything at the highest level. AirPods wireless headphones — one of the best examples. You just buy them, open up compared to the iPhone, and the headphones are already connected with him self.
So, audiosurfing — the ability to share music by streaming it from your iPhone to wireless headphones the person sitting next. For this you can just secondentity two pairs of “ears” to the iPhone running iOS 13, after which the music will play in both pairs of headphones. You can also use AirPlay 2, if one of the listeners device 12 or an earlier version of this technology.
The best and easiest way to share music with a friend is only available if both parties are running iOS 13. In this case, all you need to do is just bring one device to another. So how do the young people in the picture above.
For example, one person on an iPad is the movie he looks in the headphones. The second user wants to join the view, so it brings to your iPhone, the first agrees with the on-screen question about the audio in the headphones, then the second user starts to duplicated audio from your iPad, while both may independently from each other to adjust the volume in their headphones. At first glance, there’s nothing to that, but this is for those who have not listened to the music together with one player with a splitter. In fact, the ability to add or subtract sound can be a very convenient addition to the functions described above.
Unfortunately, this option is not available for everyone. Wireless AirPods both generations need not worry — they for sure will not have problems. Probably some other models will also work, but, alas, the only officially supported in addition to the AirPods headphones — PowerBeats Pro. As for the devices that support the technology, among them a few more models:
- iPhone 8
- All iPhone X series
- iPad Pro 12.9-inch (second generation and newer)
- iPad Air (3rd generation)
- iPod touch (7th generation)
- iPad mini (5th generation)
If you have other headphones, but they are still supported, then write us about it in the telegram chat, but rather in comments! Collect database running headphones together. And who knows, maybe an article about this in Yandex.Zen will post.