A couple of weeks back, Apple rolled out the very first AirPods Pro beta firmware to members of the Apple Developer Program, and today, the company has released another update to the AirPods Pro beta firmware (via Reddit).
Apple had announced earlier this year that it will start offering developers access to beta versions of AirPods Pro firmware before they’re released to the public. The first beta brought features like FaceTime Spatial Audio and Ambient Noise Reduction, although the much-awaited Custom Transparency mode was reserved for later.
In today’s AirPods Pro beta firmware 4A362b release, Apple has also added the Conversation Boost feature, while improving on the previously enabled Ambient Noise Reduction and Spatial Audio for FaceTime.
The latest AirPods Pro beta update is now available to download under the “More Downloads” heading on the Apple Developer website. To install the beta firmware, users must have an iPhone running iOS 15 beta software, and a Mac running Xcode 13 beta software.
It must be noted that once you install the AirPods Pro beta update, there is no way to roll back the firmware to a non-beta version.