Apple releases firmware update for AirPods Pro

AirPods Pro gets its first update


Apple has quietly released a firmware update for its recently launched AirPods Pro wireless earbuds.  Apple launched AirPods Pro earlier this month with firmware version 2B584 and the updated version shows as version 2B588.

Currently, there is no information on what this new update brings to the wireless earbuds because there is no official release by the company

The firmware update will only hit the new versions of AirPods Pro and the previous version of AirPods will not receive any update for the moment.

You can’t manually download the AirPods Pro firmware onto your earbuds, but you can check right away if it is installed or not. Take your AirPods Pro out of their case, connect to your iPhone or iPad then navigate to Settings > General > About then select AirPods. If the firmware version number says 2B588 then you are on the latest release from Apple.

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