At WWDC 2021, Apple revealed that it will update tvOS and M1 Mac later this year to allow AirPods Pro and Max owners to take advantage of Spatial Audio, but didn’t provide much detail on plans for the feature on those systems. . Now we have more information.
Apple tells Engadget that this feature will work with stereo 5.1, 7.1, and Dolby Atmos content. Whether you’re using AirPods Pro or a pair of AirPods Max, the software that drives the feature expands the sound stage. It seems that the whole room you are in is filled with sound. When you sit down to watch a movie or TV show The included head tracking feature locks in after it detects that you’ve been looking in the same direction for a while. When you get up and walk around It will turn on again. Connecting your AirPods to Apple TV is also easy in this context. When you are near the device with your headphones. The device will display a pop-up that will help you connect quickly. And you don̵7;t even need to delve into the settings menu.
In addition to tvOS, iOS 15 has more robust Spatial Audio controls. and share more detailed information through the volume slider. Other new features coming to AirPods this fall include tools. “Conversation Boost” for AirPods Pro Apple says it will help people with “mild” hearing impairments and “Notification Notifications” to read your important notifications.
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