Apple has issued firmware updates for its AirPods, AirPods Pro, and AirPods Max products, according to a new report. While users can’t manually initiate the update themselves, they should find that it installs automatically over the coming days.

According to a new MacRumors report, all AirPods received the update, pushing the firmware numbers to a new version.

Apple today released a new 4C165 firmware update for the AirPods 2, AirPods 3, AirPods Pro, and AirPods Max. The second-generation AirPods and ‌AirPods Max‌ were previously running firmware version 4A400. The ‌AirPods Pro‌ previously had 4A402 firmware available, and ‌AirPods 3‌ were running firmware version 4B66.

Anyone looking to check the firmware version of their AirPods can open the Settings App and tap General, followed by About, and finally AirPods. The firmware version number is listed there.

Apple also appears to have updated the MagSafe Charger’s firmware to version 10M229, an increase from 9M5069. There’s no telling what the update actually does of course, nor is it possible to update the firmware manually. The update will take place automatically when the charger is plugged in and connected to an Apple device.

Alongside the AirPods and MagSafe Charger, Apple has also given the MagSafe Battery Pack a new update, That now carries version 2.5.b.0, up from the 2.0.2c.0 that was previously installed.

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