Apple has today made another variant of the AirPods Pro firmware accessible to users of the remote earbuds. The new update carries us to rendition 2D15.
Users were already prone to be on either form 2C54 or 2B588.
The former was discharged before the end of last year and was thusly expelled from Apple’s update servers because it was seen as affecting the performance of the AirPods Pro’s dynamic clamor crossing out. The individuals who were affected have been trusting that this update will show up.
While there is no official word on this update or what it offers, almost certainly, we can anticipate performance upgrades and bug fixe – that ANC issue included. We haven’t had the option to take it for a turn ourselves yet, yet yell out on the remarks if you have.
There is no manual method to force AirPods or AirPods Pro to update their firmware, be that as it may. The update happens naturally when the earbuds are in the charging case and the case is additionally charging. The iPhone or iPad that they are combined with additionally should be close by and charging. The update will then happen consequently.
Ideally, this update won’t figure out how to break anything new! Given Apple’s present run of form that is a long way from guaranteed.