Apple today rolled out a new 4E71 firmware update for the AirPods 2, AirPods Max, and AirPods Pro. This is a successor of the 4C165 firmware which had been deployed back in December. Apple AirPods 3 has also got a new 4E71 firmware elevated from the 4C170 firmware which was unfurled in January.
Dropping an amplified firmware update doesn’t mean Apple has revealed the feature included in revamped firmware updates for the AirPods. It could bring new bug fixes and new way improved features for the feasibility of users. As we all know, there can’t be any other to grab on an AirPods software; simply, it can be board on in your AirPods while you are listening to songs with the AirPods being connected to an iOS device.
For that, you need to charge your device by putting it in the case, promptly connect the AirPods to an available power source and finally pair it to an iPhone or iPad. From the way itself, it would coerce the update after a while.
You can also check your AirPods or AirPods Pro firmware by simply following these instructions.
- Firstly yet important, Connect your AirPods or AirPods Pro to your iOS device.
- Look for the Settings app.
- Delve into General.
- Click About.
- Tap AirPods.
- Look at the number next to “Firmware Version.”
As of now, there is no evidence of what is inside the new firmware update. However, the software likely includes performance improvements and bug fixes. A better option would be is put on an AirPods and take a moment to replenish your energy.