Last updated on June 23rd, 2020 at 05:43 pmPosted in News by Vlad on May 6, 2020
The Cupertino-based tech giant hasn’t provided any details about the new firmware and we can only guess that it comes to fix a bug related to the Active Noise Cancellation feature. This problem has been reported in complaints by several users. The AirPods firmware updates usually come with performance improvements, bug fixes and / or feature fine tunes. However, Apple doesn’t provide any release notes for these updates and we’ll have to test the AirPods for a longer time and rely on your feedback to identify the changes.
How To Upgrade The Firmware Of Your AirPods Pro
Unlike the iPhone or the Apple Watch there is no action required from you in order to upgrade the firmware version of your AirPods Pro. As long as you use the gadget normally, the AirPods will automatically install the new firmware, over-the-air, when the following criteria are met:
– AirPods have to be connected to an iOS or iPadOS device.
-> AirPods have to be placed in their case,
-> The case has to be connected to a power source,
-> AirPods should be paired to an iPhone or iPad. After you complete these steps the AirPods should begin updating to the new firmware in a couple of minutes.
Fact: This firmware update is only available for the AirPods Pro model. The standard AirPods aren’t included in this batch but we will update you as soon as this changes.
How To Check The AirPods Pro Firmware Version
Similar with the regular AirPods, the firmware version can be checked in the Settings app of your iPhone or iPad.
1. Connect your AirPods to your iOS or iPadOs device.
2. Open the Settings app.
3. Select General.
4. Tap About.
5. Check the code next to the Firmware Version label.
Did you experience any Active Noise Cancellation problems on your AirPods Pro? Let us know in the comment section available below!
Update: Apple has just released AirPods Pro firmware 2D27!
Related: How to use your AirPods Pro to eavesdrop on friends and family!