AirPods Pro 2: breathtaking active noise cancellation
Mark Gurman, the specialist in leaks on Apple products has already predicted that the famous “AirPods Pro 2” will make their appearance this year. This reporter is rarely wrong because at the “Far Out” event, held at the Steve Jobs Theater on September 7, the company publicly showcased these long-awaited headphones. Gurman also said that ” the new AirPods Pro will update the model that first went on sale in October 2019 “.
We can see that he was right on every point. Indeed, the AirPods Pro 2 have been loaded with new features including support for Apple’s new H2 chip and spatial audio, a redesigned inward-facing microphone and a new adaptive transparency mode. . However, the feature that’s likely going to appeal to many Apple customers is the enhanced Active Noise Cancellation (ANC).
Say goodbye to unwanted noise
During the launch of the AirPods Pro 2, the Cupertino company pointed out that they offered twice as much ANC as the previous model. These headphones actually use the H2 chip and updated calculation algorithms to provide intelligent noise cancellation. Be aware that the AirPods Pro 2 still offer three levels of noise control including Off, Transparency and Noise Cancellation.
ANC mode completely cuts you off from the world because once activated, you won’t hear what the people around you are saying, or even the sound of the wind. A feature that will delight fans of sound insulation in transport and in the streets. As for the transparency mode, it will allow you to stay in touch with the outside world.
How to enable ANC on AirPods Pro 2?
To activate this feature, press and hold the force sensor on the stem of either earbud until you hear a chime. Afterwards, you can switch between Noise Cancellation and Transparency modes by long-pressing the force sensor.
You also have the option of switching between modes on your iPhone or iPad by heading to Settings > Bluetooth and selecting the “i” button. Note that you can also activate the ANC via your Apple Watch and your Mac.