Apple Rolling out New Firmware Update for AirPods Pro 2

After a few weeks of rolling out new firmware for the AirPods Pro, Apple has begun rolling out the latest firmware update for the AirPods Pro 2. Although, Apple doesn’t provide very detailed information about its latest firmware release for the AirPods updates. This new update is likely to be specifically focused on some bug fixes and other enhancements. 

Apple rolled out the new firmware update for the AirPods Pro 2, including the build number 6B32 along with the firmware version 6.1.32, which is now available for both the AirPods Pro 2 having Lightning port and the AirPods Pro 2 with the USB-C port respectively. 

As of now, users might be very familiar that they can’t seamlessly update their respective AirPods manually to the latest firmware versions. In spite of that, Apple states that users will only be able to install the latest AirPods firmware version when their AirPods are connected through Bluetooth to their iPhone. 

Here’s how to check the latest firmware version for the AirPods:

  • Enter into the Settings app on your iPhone.
  • Head to the Bluetooth section.
  • Look for your AirPods within the list of devices.
  • Once you have located your AirPods, tap on the “i” button next to it.
  • Check whether the Firmware update version number matches with the newly released update.    

New Firmware Version For Other AirPods:

Although Apple has not yet rolled out the latest firmware updates for other AirPods hardware, however, you can get the new firmware update version for every model that is mentioned below:

  • AirPods Pro 2 with MagSafe Charging Case (USB-C): 6B32
  • AirPods Pro 2 with MagSafe Charging Case (Lightning): 6B32
  • AirPods Pro (1st generation): 6A300
  • AirPods (2nd and 3rd generation): 6A300
  • AirPods Max: 6A300
  • AirPods (1st generation): 6.8.8
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