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With nearly the samethe go beyond being just another pair of Bluetooth earbuds. Learn how to master your Powerbeats Pro with pairing, battery life, and physical controls.
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Pair to your iPhone, iPad
Pairing the Powerbeats Pro with your iPhone takes two seconds – literally. Unlock your phone and open the charging case. An animation will show up on your phone; tap Connect .
This work will also work on an iPad or iPod Touch ($ 200 at Walmart) running the latest version of iOS . As with Apple's AirPods, the initial pairing of the Powerbeats Pro will sync across all Apple devices using your iCloud account. So that two-second process just paired it with your iPhone, Mac, iPad and Apple Watch ($ 349 at Amazon) .
Pair with an Android phone
Of course, you can still use the Powerbeats Pro with a non-Apple device. If you haven't already paired the earbuds to another device, open the case next to your Android phone and go into the Bluetooth settings menu on your phone.
If you have paired the earbuds with another device, place both earbuds in the case and then hold the button near the front of the case until the status light begins blinking white.
Thanks to Apple's H1 chip that's used in the Powerbeats Pro, the earbuds support the "Hey, Siri" wake command out of the box. Whenever you're using the earbuds, just say "Hey, Siri" followed by a command to play music, check messages, or ask Siri questions. You don't have to wait for Siri to respond to the initial wake phrase – just keep talking.
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