Having your AirPods, or AirPods Pro, change from your iPhone to your Mac as you take a seat at your work area is a splendid thought, and truly disappointing by and by. Here’s the means by which to stop it.
In some cases it appears as though Apple staff live in a marginally extraordinary world to most of us. It’s very a reality where the Wi-Fi is consistently on and continually working at the speed of light, however now it’s additionally a world with wonderful Bluetooth.
Presented with iOS 14 and macOS Big Sur, AirPods and can tell over Bluetooth what gadgets are close by. What’s more, they will change to the one you need to tune in to.
It is a sublime thought and genuinely embodies all that isAirPods Pro incredible about Apple’s assurance to make everything work. Sadly practically speaking, it’s truly pretty much all that is a long way from extraordinary with this thought.
So indeed, on the off chance that you are tuning in to music on your iPhone when you approach your Mac, your AirPods can consequently switch. It doesn’t appear to have happened to Apple that you were getting a charge out of that track and nothing is playing on the Mac.
Furthermore, on the off chance that we are being uncalled for, on the off chance that we are sounding baffled, we’re presently — this second — likewise somewhat humiliated. For our iPhone rang, the AirPods exchanged over to it and we accepted the call without acknowledging what we were doing.
Thus, alright, it’s a decent element, yet it utilizes Bluetooth and that is equivalent amounts of innovation and speculative chemistry. Subsequently, we’ve similarly had circumstances where we’ve not had the option to utilize AirPods for a Zoom approach our Macs since something continued creation it change to the iPhone.
For the occasion, at that point, this is one iOS 14 and macOS Big Sur element that we’re turning off. To return to exchanging gadgets completely physically, you need to do this on the entirety of your gadgets.
How to turn off automatic Bluetooth switching on iOS 14
- Go to Settings, Bluetooth
- With your AirPods or AirPods Pro connected, tap the I button next to their name
- Scroll down to Connect to This Phone (or iPad)
- Tap to choose When Last Connected to This iPhone (or iPad)
- Tap Back
How to turn off automatic Bluetooth switching on macOS Big Sur
- Click on Control Center in your menubar
- Click on Bluetooth
- Decide to connect with the AirPods or AirPods Pro
- Click on Bluetooth Preferences… at the bottom of your list of devices
- Find your gadget in the list that shows up
- It will have a button marked Options, click on that
- Snap on the dropdown menu next to Connect to this Mac
- Choose When Last Connected to this Mac
You could skip the Control Center and go directly to the Bluetooth section of Settings. Notwithstanding, you need to connect with the AirPods before you get the Options catch, and it’s convenient to do that not too far off in Control Center.
How to automatic switching back on
In the event that you discover you miss the feature, you can betray for the entirety of your gadgets by switching the means above. What may be almost certain is that you’ll see you like having your iPhone change to your Mac — and you don’t care for it going to your iPad.
Whenever you’ve switched the feature off all over, you can analyze. Walk out on for any two of your devices, and check whether it maintains good manners at that point.