In recent months, Apple seems to have gotten its act together and focused on the AirPods firmware since it has been updated up to two times. As you already know, the versions of the Big Apple headphones do not transcend because a note is not released with the changes introduced, so we assume that they are errors and improvements in their performance. But how There are no two without three… Manzana has updated the firmware of the AirPods Pro again, a version with the code 6B34 higher than the current 6B32. We tell you how to check if you already have it installed on your headphones below.
AirPods Pro 2 receive a new firmware version
Just as Apple doesn't offer notes on AirPods firmware update improvements, it also doesn't give guidance on how to force the update. That is to say, We don't have a sure way to ensure our AirPods are on the latest version.
A few hours ago Apple launched AirPods Pro 2 firmware version 6B34 with Lightning and USB-C case. On the official website it is briefly commented that this version solves errors and improves performance, something that is also known from application version notes in the App Store, minor updates or when it is not wanted to say what a new version includes.
We do know that version 6B32 prior to 6B34 improved and perfected the adaptive audio introduced with the AirPods Pro 2 in iOS 17. It is very likely that this update is closely linked to the previous one, we will check it out in a couple of weeks.
The AirPods Pro 2 firmware is updated again (again)
What firmware version do my headphones have?
To check what firmware version your AirPods have, just follow the following steps:
- Connect your AirPods to any iOS or iPadOS device
- Open the Settings app
- Go to General > About > AirPods
- Check the number next to “Firmware Version”