Apple’s latest AirPods Pro 2 TWS earphones, which were unveiled earlier this month and recently went on sale, are now receiving their first firmware update since launch.
According to GSM Arena, the new firmware has version number 5A377, and the release notes state that it comes with bug fixes and “other improvements,” but it is not known what bugs are squashed and what’s improved with this update.
Firmware updates on the AirPods are usually delivered when they are charging and in the Bluetooth range of its user’s iPhone, iPad, or Mac, and there’s no standard way to install the updates manually, so you’ll have to wait till the update arrives on your earphones.
However, for those who don’t know what firmware their AirPods have, make sure your iPhone/iPad is running the latest OS version, open the Settings app, and head to Bluetooth then AirPods. Tap on the ‘More Info’ button denoted by ‘I’ and scroll down to the ‘About’ section to find the firmware version, as per GSM Arena.Launched at the company’s ‘Far Out’ event earl
The latest AirPods Pro includes a fresh H2 chip, a new charging case with Find My Support and a built-in speaker to help you keep track of them. Users can charge the case with an Apple Watch charger as well as a Lightning cord or a Qi or MagSafe charger. Furthermore, Apple claims that the AirPods Pro has a longer battery life, six hours on a single charge.
Earlier this month, Apple’s AirPods Pro 2 are the successor to the first generation high-end truly wireless stereo earphones that made their debut in 2019. The Cupertino firm’s latest wireless earphones feature an inbuilt speaker with Find My support. The AirPods Pro (2nd Generation) are equipped with a new Apple H2 chip that the company says offers improved noise cancellation and support for Personalised Spatial Audio.
The earphones offer up to 6 hours of battery life, and an additional 30 hours with the charging case. They also support wireless charging, along with support for Apple’s MagSafe, according to the company.
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