How to Answer the Phone With the AirPods Pro

Simply press the force sensor to answer the phone.
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To answer the phone with your AirPods Pro, press the force sensor once. This means that you can answer the phone on your AirPods Pro even while you're running or using them for work.

You can also press the force sensor to switch between multiple calls with your AirPods Pro.

How to answer the phone with AirPods?

With regular AirPods, you double-click the AirPods to answer the phone.

If you'd like to see where the force sensor is located, see the steps below.

Pro tip: you perform the same action (press the force sensor once) when pausing music on the AirPods Pro.

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Force Sensor AirPods Pro

Press the force sensor once to answer the phone with your AirPods Pro or change calls. The force sensor is the small indented button of your AirPods Pro (depicted above).

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