Apple has just released yet another revision of the AirTags firmware update, which was first rolled out to AirTags owners last month. As noted by MacRumors, the new internal build number is 1A291e, up from the first revision build number 1A291c.
Just like the first revision, there is no word as to what changes have been included in the second revision of the updated AirTags firmware. No new features were found following the previous release, so it likely focuses on bug fixes and some minor performance improvements.
AirTags receive firmware updates automatically over the air, meaning there is no way to force the update manually. You simply need to put your AirTag in the range of your iPhone and wait for the firmware to roll out to your device.
To check your current AirTag firmware version through the Find My app, here’s what you need to do:
- Launch the Find My app.
- Tap on the Items tab.
- Tap on the AirTag that you want to check in the list.
- Now tap on the name of the AirTag to see the current firmware version.
Let us know if your AirTag has been updated to the latest firmware and if you notice anything new.