While rumors persist the iPhone 7 will go 3.5mm headphone jack-free, Apple's done a lot to make the very old port as useful as possible for all of their devices. The EarPods that come with your iPhone or iPod touch can be used to control a wide range of features, including music, calls, and even Siri. So can any other set of headphones, from Beats to Bose, and on iPad as well—as long as they integrate the remote and mic hardware. The remote controls are great for accessibility, but they're also great for convenience. What's more, they also work with the Mac!
If you're not familiar with all the options, here's a complete list!
In a nutshell: The Bose Connect app is specifically designed to help you get the best from your Bose headphones. This app is compatible with most new Bose headphones, but if you’re looking to start working on your fitness, Bose Connect is really handy to use. Hello Reddit, I'm looking for some help on getting a bluetooth headset button remapped. Background: The bluetooth headset I own has a play/pause button which currently does not work on Windows 10 with certain applications, namely Spotify and Google Play Music. Interestingly skipping tracks works fine. There isnt a lot of information available on why this isnt working but have been pointed in.
Single click the headset button to play audio — music, podcasts, or audio books — or to pause audio that's already playing.
Double click the headset button to skip forward to the next track or chapter.
Triple click the headset button to skip back to the previous track or chapter.
Double click and hold down the headset button to fast forward through the audio.
Triple click and hold down the headset button to rewind through the audio.
Single click the headset button to answer and incoming call or hang up an ongoing call.
7. Switch calls
Single click the headset button to switch between multiple calls.
8. Reject a call
Single click and hold down the headset button to send an incoming call to voice mail. (Two low beeps will confirm the rejection.)
Double click and hold down the headset button to hang up on the current of multiple calls. (Two low beeps will confirm the hang up.)
Macos Redirect Headphone Play Button To Apply
Single click and hold down on the headset button to active Siri.
Single click the headset button to ask Siri additional questions or issue additional commands after it's activated.
Single click the volume up button while the Camera app is open to take a picture. Works great for selfies!
I'm pretty sure the remote controls used to work with Voice Recorder, but they're not working for us right now. If you've got any favorite remote controls, or if we missed any, please let me know!
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A radio button is a small, circular button followed by a title. Typically presented in groups of two to five, radio buttons provide the user a set of related but mutually exclusive choices. A radio button’s state is either on (a filled circle) or off (an empty circle).
A radio button can also permit a mixed state (a circle containing a dash) that’s partially on and partially off. However, it’s better to use checkboxes when your app requires a mixed state.
Give radio buttons meaningful titles. Each radio button’s title should clearly describe the effect of choosing it. Generally, use sentence style capitalization without ending punctuation.
Prefer a standard button instead of a radio button to initiate an action. Radio buttons present options to the user. A radio button that initiates an action is confusing and nonintuitive.
Use radio buttons in a view, not a window frame. Radio buttons aren’t intended for use within portions of window frames, such as in toolbars and status bars.
Consider using a label to introduce a group of radio buttons. Describe the set of options and align the label’s baseline with the baseline of the first radio button’s title.
Use consistent spacing when radio buttons are arranged horizontally. Measure the space needed to accommodate the longest button title and use that measurement consistently.
Consider a checkbox when the user needs to choose between two states. The on and off states of a checkbox are generally clear to most users and a checkbox requires less space than a set of radio buttons. See Checkboxes. In a rare case where a checkbox isn’t clear enough, a set of radio buttons with descriptive titles may be warranted.
Use a set of checkboxes when the user needs the ability to select multiple options at the same time. Except in a rare case where a mixed state is needed, radio buttons should be mutually exclusive.
Consider a pop-up button when you need to present more than five choices. Users expect pop-up buttons to consolidate a large number of options into a single control. Too many radio buttons on an interface can be overwhelming and cause confusion. See Pop-Up Buttons.
For developer guidance, see NSRadioButton.