Are you having trouble listening to music on your AirPods? Is the Volume too low, and you can’t get it back up? Well, no need to worry; we will help you increase your AirPods volume in no time. Moreover, this guide will be your saving grace in the events where you can’t use your volume rockers to increase your volume.
There are three ways you can turn up the volume on your AirPods. The first one is the traditional volume rockers present on your phone. While the second one uses Siri to increase or decrease the volume through verbal commands. If both of these methods aren’t you, the third option uses the on-screen volume slider to manage your sound.
If you plan to use Siri to change your volume, remember that the way to access your Siri may differ depending on your AirPods Generation.
With that all said, let’s continue with our guide.
Method #1: Using the Volume Rocker
This must be the easiest way to turn up your volume on your AirPods. Every phone out there uses a rocker to increase its volume with ease. To increase your volume using a rocker, you need to:
- Press the Vol up key to Increase Volume.
- Press the Vol down key to Decrease Volume.
Method #2: Using Siri to Increase Volume
If for some reason, you can’t access your volume rocker and you want to turn up your volume, this method is meant for you. However, keep in mind that the method may vary depending on the device you are connected to and the AirPods you are using. To increase your volume with the help of Siri:
- Open Siri by either saying Hey Siri or holding the stem of your AirPods.
- Once Siri is opened, ask Siri to raise the volume up.
When you ask Siri to raise the volume, it increments almost 12 percent of the Volume. However, you can change this by commanding Siri to raise your volume by certain percentages. For Example, you can say “Increase Volume to 40 percent,” and your AirPods volume will be increased to 40 percent.
Method #3: Using Volume Slider on iPhone
If your volume rockers aren’t working, you can increase your AirPods volume by using the on-screen volume slider. To access the on-screen volume slider, go to your main screen and slide up to access your widgets. On the right side of your widgets bar, you will find the volume slider next to the brightness slider.
If you listen to music on your phone and your screen is locked, there will be a volume slider present on your Lock Screen. You can increase the volume of your AirPods by simply sliding the slider to the right.
Method #4: Using an Apple Watch
Suppose you are using your AirPods with an Apple Watch. Increasing and Decreasing your volume is as easy as it’s going to get for you. To increase your AirPods volume on an Apple Watch, you need to spin your Crown in the clockwise direction.
The first time you spin your Crown, a green bar can be seen on the right side of your Apple Watch. You can use this bar to know how loud your AirPods currently are.
Method #5: Using a Mac
To increase your AirPods volume on a Mac, use the volume slider present on your Menu Bar. In the events that you can’t find the volume Slider, you need:
- Click the Apple icon on your Menu Bar.
- Inside the box, click on System Preferences.
- Navigate to Sounds > Output and turn on Show Volume In Search Bar.
Once you follow all these steps, you will be able to access your volume slider in the Menu Bar.
There are a few ways a user can increase the volume of their Airpod. The mentioned methods will help you utilize your AirPods to their fullest by helping you blast them as loud as you can. We hope this guide has helped you resolve any kind of issue you were previously facing while increasing your AirPods volume.
Frequently Asked Questions
If your AirPods volume is very low even though the soundbar is at maximum, there is a very high chance your AirPods need to get cleaned. You can clean your AirPods by getting a dry cloth and try rubbing it gently on your speaker grill until there is no residual left on it.
If you can’t access your volume bar through a phone, you can use Siri to increase your Volume. To access Siri, hold onto your AirPods stem; once Siri is activated, ask her to raise your Volume.