At WWDC 2021, Apple announced it will update tvOS and M1 Macs later this year to allow AirPods pro and Max owners use Spatial Audio, but did not elaborate on how it planned to launch the platform. Now we have more.
Apple has told Engadget that the service will work with stereo, 5.1, 7.1 and Dolby Atmos. Whether you are using AirPods Pro or AirPods Max, the app that supports the app amplifies the sound to make it look like the whole room you are in is full of noise. When you sit down to watch a video or a TV program, what is included follows when you realize that you have been watching the same scene for a while. When you get up to walk around, it starts again. Connecting your AirPods to Apple TV is easy in this case. When you are close to the device with your headphones, it will display a program that can help you to connect more quickly, and you don’t have to dig into options.
Outside of tvOS, iOS 15 We will also integrate the powerful Spatial Audio controls and share more detailed download volume. Some of some new ones are coming to the AirPods This fall includes an AirPods Pro “Conversation Boost” tool Apple says will help those with “hearing” problems, as well as “Announce Notification” that will read your initial information.
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