Apple’s new features for AirPods to help users with “mild” hearing issues

At WWDC, Apple declared a few new features for AirPods that will assist you with hearing, center around work and discover lost earbuds. In the first place, the organization is adding a “Conversation Boost” feature to AirPods Pro to assist clients with “mild” hearing issues. The tool focuses on voices and the AirPods settings in iOS 15 will offer a ambient noise adjustment for you to change things depending on the situation.

Then, Apple is adding an “Announce Notifications” option that syncs with the new Focus settings in iOS 15. The feature will read priority notifications over AirPods, broadcasting things like a shopping list or a delivery — likewise the existing options for messages.

Apple says it likewise improved how AirPods sync with the Find My application. The organization clarifies that the software will send a separation alert when you leave your earbuds behind. There’s new proximity view for AirPods in the Find My application to give you another option other than playing sounds when you’re almost a lost AirPod. This new map is like what you get with the company’s AirTags trackers.

Ultimately, Apple is additionally adding spatial audio support for AirPods Pro and AirPods Max to Apple TV. This was a significant problem with the pricey over-ear headphones when they launched, so it’s ideal to see the company addressing to that omission with its latest round of updates.