By now, Apple has rolled out two firmware updates for AirPods. The latest AirPods firmware version 3.7.2 AirPods is available now. Though Apple didn’t give us a detailed update note about this firmware version, usually the update should contain some bug fixes and performance improvements. As AirPods firmware updates automatically in the background, some users even didn’t aware that their AirPods are capable of updating firmware. How to check if your AirPods firmware version and how to update AirPods firmware? Keep reading on this article to get the answers.
How to Check AirPods Firmware Version on iPhone or iPad
Make sure your AirPods are connected to your iOS device and follow these steps to check the AirPods firmware details:
- Go to Settings > General > About.
- Choose AirPods to check the AirPods details.
You can see firmware version of your AirPods as well as other information like model number, serial number, and hardware version in this page.
How to Update AirPods Firmware
If you faces some AirPods issues (for example, AirPods disconnecting from iPhone on calls) but still haven’t get your AirPods firmware up-to-date, it’s time to update now. Without manually taping any “Update” option on your iOS device, you can automatically update the firmware of your AirPods as long as you satisfy those conditions:
- AirPods are put into the charging case.
- The charging case has enough battery.
- Your iPhone or iPad that has been paired with your AirPods is nearby.
- Your iPhone or iPad is connected to Internet.
Apple doesn’t make it clear when the AirPods get updated, but usually you can update your AirPods firmware without a hitch.