Apple has today made a new version of the AirPods Pro firmware available to users of the wireless earbuds. The new update brings us to version 2D15.

Users were previously likely to be on either version 2C54 or 2B588.

The former was released late last year and was subsequently removed from Apple’s update servers because it was found to be impacting the performance of the AirPods Pro’s active noise cancellation. Those who were impacted have been waiting months for this update to arrive.

While there is no official word on this update or what it offers, it’s likely that we can expect performance improvements and bug fixe – that ANC issue included. We haven’t been able to take it for a spin ourselves yet, but do shout out on the comments if you have.

There is no manual way to force AirPods or AirPods Pro to update their firmware, however. The update takes place automatically when the earbuds are in the charging case and the case is also charging. The iPhone or iPad that they are paired with also needs to be close by and charging. The update will then take place automatically.

Hopefully, this update won’t manage to break anything new! Given Apple’s current run of form that’s far from a given.

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