Apple has released the latest version of the firmware update, featuring the code name 2C54, over the air (OTA) for its popular AirPods Pro and AirPods 2.
The firmware update is common for both the gadgets, as it is an adjustment from the earlier system settings, where there were two separate variants of the software behind them. Therefore, the AirPods 2 was powered by the firmware version dubbed 2A364 and the AirPods Pro ran the 2B588 option.
How to Check if Your Device Has the Updated Software
These gadgets are not the average devices that sport a display; therefore, you cannot verify whether your AirPods are running the latest software update. The only method to find out is to pair them to an iOs device, place the AirPods inside their pack and connect them to a power source similar to what you would do if you were charging them.
You should pair them next to an iOs device, such as an iPad or an iPhone. Wait for a while to lapse, then verify if the pairing has been done. Go to ‘Settings’ on the device you are using to check, and tap on ‘General,’ then on ‘About.’ In the options that appear, select ‘AirPods,’ and there you will find the software version mentioned. Verify whether it is the newest, 2C54 update.
AirPods Pro and AirPods 2 Received a New Firmware Update
Software updates are typically coming with a short description of what changes are made to it and what it will change. Apple, on the other hand, does not offer its users this important information, so if you had detected specific problems while using the AirPods earlier, and now they are not there anymore, it means that the company has addressed them. There are numerous such reports from users, and someone stated that the battery life of the devices has enhanced by three hours.