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How to Check Version or Update AirPods Firmware

Like any other devices, Apple releases the firmware updates for its iconic wireless headphones, AirPods, occasionally. The AirPods updates include performance tweaks, bug patches, improvements, and some new features. The firmware for the AirPods can be updated, but not manually. However, you can check if your AirPods is running the latest firmware, and trigger the installation of the latest firmware.

Read further to know more about checking the firmware version and how to update AirPods firmware version.

How to Check AirPods Firmware Version?

Apple AirPods are not some stereotypical wireless headphones with simply a Bluetooth chip inside. Apple equips the AirPods with W1 and H1 Chipsets, which enabled the intelligent connectivity, Siri and more features. Plus, it runs an actual firmware, which gets the things done while connected to an iPhone. Therefore, the firmware version matters when you use the AirPods with your iPhone or even any non-Apple devices.

Follow the steps in order to find out if your Apple AirPods or AirPods 2 runs the latest firmware.

AirPods FIrmware Version Checking in Settings

  1. Make sure that you connected the AirPods to the iPhone.
  2. Open Settings App on the iPhone.
  3. Tap General.
  4. Go to “About.”
  5. Tap on your AirPods listed in the window.
  6. You can find the serial number, firmware version, and other details of your AirPods there.

Please open the lis of the AirPod case if you don’t see the AirPods in the Settings > About screen. The latest firmware release for the AirPods is 6.3.2. If you find the older for your AirPods, proceed with the update process.

Also Read: How to Make Your AirPods Announce Calls?

How to Update AirPods Firmware?

You might be thinking of the need for updating the AirPods firmware, while your AirPods is working just fine. Well, Apple occasionally pushes the firmware updates to fix certain issues and add more features.

Recently, many Android users have faced connectivity issues with AirPods. Apple released a fix for that as well. AirPods can update the firmware automatically, over the air. However, you need an iPhone in order to update it to the latest release.

  1. Pair your AirPods with an iPhone having internet connectivity.
  2. Put the AirPods back on to the case and close the lid.
  3. Keep it the same for 5 to 10 minutes. It will automatically download and update the firmware through your iPhone.

After updating the firmware, you can use the AirPods with your iPhone or iPad as usual and any other devices including Android. The AirPods updates are rolling out now and you can make sure that your AirPods updated to the latest version.

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