How to Update the Firmware on AirPods or AirPods Pro

Do you know that you can update the firmware on AirPods to improve its performance? Yes, not manually, but it can be done automatically. It would fix miscellaneous issues and bring in improvements. So, if you haven’t updated your AirPods since you got or didn’t remember the time you updated them last, let me show you how to update the firmware on your AirPods or AirPods Pro.

How to Update Your AirPods Firmware

  1. Insert your AirPods in the charging case.put airpods in charging case
  2. Attach your AirPods charging case to a power source via the Lighting to USB cable that comes with the AirPods.
  3. Pair your iOS device with your AirPods and keep them close with each other.pair airpods with iphone
  4. Make sure the iOS device is running on an internet connection.

Once your AirPods are set up, the firmware update will be automatically downloaded and installed. If they’re not updated, you probably need to make sure nothing is wrong with your AirPods.

First, make sure your AirPods battery is fully juiced up! And if still, it didn’t work out, reset your AirPods and try again.

How to Check the AirPods Firmware Version

  1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
  2. Go to General settings.
  3. Tap About.open settings tap on general and then tap on about on iphone
  4. Select AirPods or AirPods Pro.
  5. Check out the Firmware version.check the airpods firmware version on iphone

The latest version for AirPods is 6.8.8, and AirPods Pro is 2D15. If your AirPods are already updated to the latest version, be patient for the future update.

Wrapping Up…

AirPods Firmware can’t be manually updated. They are released occasionally and can be downloaded and installed automatically. So if your AirPods are working perfectly fine and updated to the latest version, that’s great! If you have trouble using the AirPods, these quick links are plenty of help!

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The founder of iGeeksBlog, Dhvanesh, is an Apple aficionado, who cannot stand even a slight innuendo about Apple products. He dons the cap of editor-in-chief to make sure that articles match the quality standard before they are published.