Apple is rolling out a new firmware for the AirPods series that brings system stability to the devices. In addition to reliability, the update looks after performance efficiency to deliver an impressive and prominent experience to its users.
According to the latest information, the Apple AirPods series is getting the system stability firmware with the 5E135 version. To be mentioned, Apple fans holding AirPods 2 and 3, AirPods Pro 1 and 2, and AirPods Max are capable to install the new firmware.
Speaking of the new firmware, it does not highlight any additional details and features for the mini devices. Yet, the changelog reads bug fixes to known issues of the system. Besides, it also counts a few improvements to enhance the overall functioning of the earsets.
It is worth mentioning that there is no standard method to grab the new firmware for your earbuds. Although, the new version will take place automatically via the over-the-air medium, during the time your buds are connected to your iPhone.
Further, you can check the respective AirPods firmware by a few simple steps:
- Connect your AirPods device to your iOS handset
- Open the Settings app
- Scroll down and select the General section
- Tap on the About section and click on the AirPods option
- Now look at the number next to Firmware Version.