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Discussion in 'iOS 13' started by MauricioMarz, Jun 4, 2019.
Do anyone make it work with IOS13 beta 1 ?
thanks in advance.
Original AirPods owner, can't currently see it either
I have the original AirPods and have not seen the option in the iPhone's settings nor within the AirPods own Bluetooth settings.
I’ve got the original AirPods. Had them in when I did a hard restart on my iPhone XS and when the phone booted back up, I immediately received a prompt about activating Siri to read my messages.
I selected “not now,” and can’t find any sort of setting to turn it back on. However, I have Siri disabled on my AirPods so maybe that’s why...
It’s in notifications. Doesn’t work well for me though. It’ll read the message but I can’t seem to reply.
Which version of AirPods do you have? I just checked where you posted the pics of and I only have Sounds and Badges...Announce is not there.
2nd generation AirPods.
Anyone been able to get this to work on AirPods 1?
Negative. I get the notification if I turn my phone off and have my AirPods in when I turn it back on, but nothing happens after that
So can we assume this is a feature for second generation AirPods?
Yes. Due to H1 chip.
Can we find out if Powerbeats pro will support these?
I’m waiting for them to ship and I’m not a developer so waiting for public beta to install iOS 13
Surely! Annoyingly Apple’s classic marketing tricks!
Does anyone know how to turn this feature off?
I'd like to see some backup on that. The H1 is the "always listening" component. But the announce feature comes out of the phone, just like a phone call would, so I don't see why the always on would factor into this.
Good point. But I think it’s due to the fact you can reply right away. Uses the same method of Hey Siri on the AirPods 2 to save battery.