How to listen and control the audio for your AirPods Max

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The AirPods Max has intuitive features that quickly assists its wearer as they work through anything. These features will immediately pause, continue, or adjust the volume if a certain gesture is done 

These gestures make the new Apple wireless headphones feel and work like a charm once worn. Additionally, the AirPods Max has a different style of adjusting audio through the headphones itself 

Adjusting the volume will require twisting the knob. Fortunately, the volume changing is easy despite the different design in volume adjustment. 

Here’s how to control the audio on the AirPods Max. 

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How To Control The Audio Features of AirPods Max 

As expected of Apple, the company has innovated on its headphones by adding smart features to the AirPods Max. For example, the wireless headphones automatically stops and resumes audio depending if worn or removed on your head. 

Additionally, the AirPods Max also pauses the audio if one earphone is lifted. This gesture helps the AirPods Max user to quickly listen to another person without the need to pause the audio in the iOS device. 

The AirPods Max also has integration with airplane entertainment systems but needs to be wired. As of now, these few gestures are the only ones available for the AirPods Max. 

How To Adjust Volume 

Apple’s AirPods Max uses a digital crown instead of providing a set of buttons to adjust its volume. The digital crown is a knob located on one of the AirPods Max’s headphones. 

Turning on either side can increase or decrease the volume of the audio of the AirPods Max. Additionally, the digital crown can be customized depending on which side you prefer the increase or decrease when the knob is turned. 

Lastly, the AirPods Max digital crown and the iOS device’s own volume buttons work separately. It’s possible to mix the volume or boost it beyond than usual. 

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