Apple’s latest AirPods Pro, which were released last month featuring Active Noise Cancellation and a Transparency mode, powered by the same H1 chip found in second-generation AirPods, have just released their first firmware update.
While there are no details available so far regarding what has changed in the new firmware, it may offer improved connectivity and address some minor bugs.
To check the firmware of your AirPods Pro, follow these steps:
Launch the Settings app on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.
Scroll down to AirPods Pro and tap it.
The firmware number is listed under “Firmware Version.”
FYI a new AirPods Pro firmware update is out. If you want to update yours, connect it to your Phone, leave both plugged in to power, and leave the case open. If you want to follow the progress, filter for “A2084” in Console ? (And no, I don’t know what changed) pic.twitter.com/Lm2kB0HkqA
— Guilherme Rambo (@_inside) November 14, 2019
The update will install automatically when connecting AirPods Pro to your iOS device.