Now you can switch between two different audio sources using the Airplay button directly from the IOS 11’s Control center. You might not get it by first chance as its little hidden. So here we will exactly show you how you can Operate the Hidden Feature.
How To Operate AirPlay Audio Controls In iOS 11’s Control Center
When you need to send audio from your iPhone or iPad to a different device, you can pop open the Control Center and tap the AirPlay icon near the audio controls to get a list of options. With iOS 11, that button is still there; it’s just an extra press away. So no, you don’t have to go all the way to Settings > Bluetooth to switch the audio output.
So Here’s How You Can Use the AirPlay using audio controls in iOS 11’s Control Center
The new Control Center in iOS 11 includes some stock controls you can’t change and a collection of buttons you can add, remove, and reorder. One of the stock modules is a set of audio controls, but its basic view is quite… basic. Until you expand it.
- Swipe up from the bottom of your Home screen to launch Control Center.
- Press firmly (iPhone) or long press (iPad) the upper right section of Control Center. It will display whatever you’re playing on your iPhone at the moment. If you just tap it, it’ll just open the app associated with what’s playing.
- Tap the AirPlay button on the top right of the new window. It looks like a triangle with rings around it.
- Tap the device to which you’d like to AirPlay audio.
The expanded view also has the volume slider, playback scrubber, and a thumbnail of your content that you can tap to launch the audio app.
It would be more useful if apple worked a little more on their Control Center for IOS 11, we can expect some new features and functionality on the control center as it is still in Beta stage, that’s a possibility where Apple can provide us some new functionality.