AirPods Pro or AirPods 3rd genAirPods 3rd genHow Waterproof Are AirPods? AirPods 3 aren't waterproof at all. They have the same ingress protection (IP) rating as AirPods Pro, IPX4. That means they're water-resistant to a certain degree but not waterproof.: Double-press the force sensor to skip a song. AirPods 1st or 2nd gen: Double-tap on the right or left AirPod. Change default: Settings > Bluetooth > your AirPods. Tap the right or left AirPod and associate another action.
Steps to Skip Songs on AirPods Pro:
Only those with Gen 1 AirPods or Gen 2 AirPods can modify skipping songs through the double-tap feature as AirPods Pro do not allow you to adjust this. You can also turn off double-tap skipping of songs on your AirPods through your iOS device's settings.
You can still pause/play by tapping it even quicker, so you still need to be just a little more deliberate to switch between modes. You can also change how fast you need to double press or triple press the side of your AirPods Pro to skip a song or move to the previous song, respectively.
Press the "force sensor" three times to skip back While listening to music or audio, press three times on the force sensor of your AirPods Pro to skip back one track. On the original AirPods, you double-tap the AirPods to control Siri and tell her to go back one track.
Play and pause music by pressing the AirPod Pro stem once. Skip forwards by pressing twice quickly. Skip back by triple-pressing.
Skip tracks You can double-press the Force Sensor on either of your AirPods (3rd generation) to skip to another track in many audio apps. For example, you can double-press the Force Sensor to skip to the next song in Apple Music, or to skip to the previous episode in Podcasts.
Skip tracks To skip forward, double-click the Digital Crown quickly. To skip backward, triple-click the Digital Crown quickly.
Press the "force sensor" twice to skip ahead While listening to your music or any audio with the AirPods Pro, press the force sensor twice to skip ahead to the next track. On the original AirPods, you double-tap the AirPods to control Siri and tell her to skip ahead.
When it comes to skipping songs on AirPods Pro, the stem is the key. Apple built a force sensor into the stem and pressing this tells the AirPods Pro when and in which direction to skip. For example, to skip to the next track, all the user has to do is double-press the sensor on the stem.
While listening to your music or any audio with the AirPods Pro, press the force sensor twice to skip ahead to the next track. On the original AirPods, you double-tap the AirPods to control Siri and tell her to skip ahead.
Use AirPods to control music With a double tap on either the right or left AirPod you can skip a song, move back tot the last song, or play or pause your music.