How to Tag Bluetooth devices on iPhone and iPad in iOS 15

In iOS 14.4, Apple has made a few minor changes to improve the user interface and performance of your iPhone. The ability to label Bluetooth devices is one of these functions. The new feature not only offers personalized audio notifications and easy identification of connected devices, but also plays a role in improving the sound level control in headphones.

Let’s learn how to label Bluetooth devices on iPhone and iPad.

How will marking Bluetooth devices on iPhone and iPad help?

This function is mainly not intended to help identify connected devices, instead the main purpose is to adjust the volume levels accordingly. Based on the labels you have marked, it automatically adjusts the level and prevents the use of a higher volume in real time.

Available marking categories

You can mark your Bluetooth devices by the following categories.

  • Car radio
  • Headphones
  • Hearing aid
  • Speaker
  • Other

How to mark Bluetooth devices as speaker, headphones, hearing aids, etc. on iPhone or iPad

  1. In the Settings app on iPhone/iPad, tap Bluetooth.
  2. In the list ‘My Devices’ tap the ‘i’ icon next to the device you want to tag.
  3. Now click ‘Device Type’ on the next screen. This will take you to a new screen with a list of categories. Select the desired shortcut.

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I hope that the steps described above will help you simplify your work and use your iPhone and iPad in the best possible way.

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