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Over the past few months, Apple seems to have gotten its act together and focused on the AirPods firmware, as it received two updates. As you know, the version of the Big Apple headphones will not make the jump, as no notes have been published with the changes made. So we consider it a bug and performance improvement, but how? There is no two without three… Manzana The AirPods Pro firmware has been updated again. The model with code 6B34 is higher than the current 6B32. We will tell you how to check if you have it installed in your headphones below.


AirPods Pro 2 receives a new firmware version

Just as Apple doesn’t offer notes on how to improve AirPods firmware updates, it doesn’t provide any guidance on how to force the update either. In other words, We don’t have a sure way to ensure our AirPods are up to date.

A few hours before Apple launched AirPods Pro 2 Firmware Version 6B34 With Lightning and USB-C cases on the official website A short comment was made. that this version fixes bugs and improves performance This is known from application version records in the App Store. Minor update. Or when you don’t want to be told what the new version has?

We know that versions 6B32 before 6B34 have improved and improved audio that perfectly adapts to AirPods Pro 2 in iOS 17. It is very likely that this update is closely related to the previous version. We will review it within a few weeks.

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What firmware version do my headphones have?

To check what version of firmware your AirPods have: Just follow these steps:

  1. Connect ‌‌‌‌‌‌‌AirPods with your iOS or iPadOS device.
  2. Open the Settings app.
  3. Go to General > About > AirPods‌‌‌‌.
  4. examine The number next to “Firmware version”