Apple AirPods Pro 2 Get a New Firmware Update
Apple’s AirPods Pro 2 are receiving a new firmware upgrade, which has begun to roll out. The company’s flagship TWS earbuds, the AirPods Pro 2, were introduced back in September. The device is currently receiving fresh firmware updates that enhance the music experience even further. The software build number for the new AirPods Pro 2 upgrade is 5B58. The software for other AirPods, which are still on version 4E71, has not yet been upgraded.
Apple frequently provides a brief changelog or update notes when providing an update. The business instead offers a condensed changelog. But there might be some big alterations and improvements implemented inside. Anyhow, the most recent upgrade of the AirPods Pro is described as a “bug fixes and improvements” release in the changelog. Based on the given notes, we anticipate that the identified bugs will be resolved.
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A few AirPods firmware updates have reduced Active Noise Cancellation’s efficiency. Apple reduced this feature for an unknown reason, but rumors suggest that the corporation may have felt pressure from looming litigation to do so in order to appease patent trolls. However, there aren’t any official declarations on the matter.
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It is worth mentioning that the AirPods don’t support the manual installation of the firmware and therefore, whenever your device will receive the update, it will be automatically installed. To check for the update, you can head over to Settings >> General >> About >> Select AirPods >> A menu will appear. You can see from the about settings if your device has been updated to the latest firmware.
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