Can I pair each AirPod to a different device?

AirPods Pro

AirPods are designed to be used together. Pairing each AirPod to its own Bluetooth audio source does not work.

Despite some AirPods owners trying various methods to pair each AirPod to a different device, these tricks have mixed results. Pairing each AirPod separately requires distance between the two earphones, and will fail if both devices are linked to the same iCloud account.


How to make free conference calls on your iPhone or iPad

Video conferencing is not always the best option when trying to hold a meeting with a lot of people. Services like Skype can lag, have audio problems and sometimes you just don't want to stare at each other. offers a free service whose goal is to "make sure charities, volunteers, and students all over the world have access to world class communication tools." The free app allows iPhone and iPad users to make free HD audio conference calls with up to 1,000 participants.

How to shop Whole Foods online and have it delivered

How to order Whole Foods online from your iPhone or iPad.

As the world settles into an indefinite period of "social distancing" in which we keep our distance from others in order to stem the spread of coronavirus / COVID-19, grocery delivery services are looking like not only convenient way to shop, but a safe one as well. If you are a Whole Foods regular and an Amazon Prime subscriber, you'll be pleased to know that you can do your shopping on your iPhone from the safety of your couch and have it delivered to your doorstep, though the service is only available in select cities.

Apple launches iPad Pro with LiDAR scanner

iPad Pro launch 2020

Apple quietly announced several new products, including the most advanced iPad Pro available. The latest iPad Pro brings trackpad support to iPad, as well as a brand new Magic Keyboard with floating design and angle adjustment. In other words, when connected to Magic Keyboard the iPad Pro floats above the keys and can quickly be adjusted for the best viewing angle.


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