New firmware version 6.1.32 rolled out for second-generation AirPods Pro.
Update applicable to both Lightning and USB-C AirPods Pro 2 models.
Automatic installation via Bluetooth connection to iPhone, no manual update.
Latest update likely focuses on enhancing performance and fixing bugs.
Apple has initiated the rollout of a new firmware update for the second-generation AirPods Pro, a move that comes just three weeks after the previous firmware release.
The latest update, bearing the build number 6B32 and firmware version 6.1.32, is now available for both variants of the AirPods Pro 2 – those with Lightning and USB-C charging cases.
In line with its usual practice, Apple has not provided detailed release notes for this update.
However, it’s speculated that the update primarily focuses on bug fixes and performance enhancements.
It’s important to note that Apple does not offer a manual update process for AirPods firmware. Instead, the updates are automatically installed when the AirPods are connected to an iPhone via Bluetooth.
For users interested in verifying their AirPods‘ firmware version, the process is straightforward.
By navigating to the “Bluetooth“ section in the iPhone’s Settings app, selecting their AirPods, and tapping the information icon next to them, users can view the current firmware version.
As of this update, the firmware versions for various AirPods models stand as follows:
AirPods Pro (2nd generation) with MagSafe Charging Case (USB-C): 6B32
AirPods Pro (2nd generation) 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
This update is exclusive to the second-generation AirPods Pro and does not extend to other AirPods models.
Users of the AirPods Pro 2 can expect their devices to automatically receive the update, ensuring they benefit from the latest improvements and bug fixes.
What does the new AirPods Pro 2 firmware update include?
The new firmware update for AirPods Pro 2, version 6.1.32 with build number 6B32, is designed to enhance performance and stability. While Apple hasn’t provided detailed notes, it typically includes bug fixes and improvements in connectivity and user experience.
How can I update my AirPods Pro to the latest firmware?
Updating your AirPods Pro is a seamless process. Simply connect your AirPods Pro to your iPhone via Bluetooth, and the update will automatically install. There’s no need for manual intervention, ensuring a hassle-free update experience.
How do I check the firmware version of my AirPods Pro?
To check your AirPods Pro firmware version, open the Settings app on your iPhone, go to Bluetooth, and find your AirPods in the list. Tap the “i” next to them, and you will see the Firmware Version number displayed.