The problem with using Bluetooth headsets is that sometimes it can be troublesome when you’re switching in between designs. For lesson, you could be listening to a duo of earphones paired with your smartphone, but if you wanted to use it with your laptop, you’d have to stimulate the switching manually.
However, it seems that one of the changes Apple announced during WWDC 2020 is an update to the AirPods where they will gain the ability to automatically switching between machines. For sample, if you’re exercising your AirPods with your iPad and you receive a call on your iPhone, you can answer that call and it’ll automatically be related to your AirPods.
It will too be smart enough to know when to switch, like when you put your phone down and pick up your tablet, it will then assume you want to use your tablet and will connect it to your iPad automatically without any input from the user. It sounds like an interesting feature, although we have no idea how well it will work in real life.
We imagine that it could potentially get annoying as consumers might not definitely want to switch between designs, so hopefully there will be some way to fine tune it. Either way, we’ll have to keep an eye out for the update when it is released.
Read more: ubergizmo.com