Tag: AirPods Pro

AirPods Pro Free Service for Crackling Sound

AirPods Pro Crackling Sound & Noise Cancellation Service Program

Apple has finally acknowledged the AirPods Pro crackling sounds problem and Active Noise Cancellation issue! The company has launched a service program! This means that if you own a pair of AirPods Pro you can bring them in to an authorized Apple Service Provider and have them fixed free of charge!…




AirPods Pro updated to Firmware 3A283

AirPods 2 And AirPods Pro Firmware Version 3A283 Released By Apple

Apple has released the 3A283 firmware version for AirPods 2 and AirPods Pro. Apple’s wireless Bluetooth earbuds are configured to automatically update to the most recent firmware release. However, there are some tricks that you can apply to force the update, including connecting them to a charger and pairing them with the companion iOS device….




Airpods Pro firmware 2D27

AirPods Pro Firmware Update 2D27 Now Available For Download

It’s not only Developer Betas that’s Apple releasing these days. The AirPods Pro can be updated to version 2D27. This new software update comes to replace the existing 2D15 firmware that was released at the beginning of May. It’s only the second AirPods Pro software update for the year, but this is normal because the…




AirPods Pro slicone ear tips in S,M and L sizes

How To Perform Ear Tip Fit Test For AirPods Pro Optimal Fit

Last updated on May 27th, 2020 at 04:49 am If you’re the proud owner of the new AirPods Pro you must have already noticed that they ship with three sizes of silicone ear tips. This ensures that you can get the best fit for your ear type. Wearing the AirPods properly guarantees that you get…




Airpods Pro 2D15 Firmware Update

How To Update AirPods Pro Firmware To Version 2D15

Last updated on June 23rd, 2020 at 05:43 pm Apple has just released a new firmware update for the AirPods Pro. The new version is labeled 2D15 and it comes as an upgrade for the most recent editions 2C54 or 2B588. The previous AirPods Pro software update was rolled out in December 2019, but was…