Recently, the tech giant Apple has released the latest 3A283 firmware for its Apple Airpods and Airpods Pro. Before that, Apple Airpods were running on the 2D15 firmware while Apple Airpods Pro was running on the 2D27 firmware.
With this new firmware, now the higher-end version of the Airpods will be having a new Spatial Audio feature that will be compatible with the latest iOS 14. You can easily enable and disable the Spatial Audio feature from the Control Center of the smartphone. Gareth Bale: Tottenham close to signing Real Madrid winger on loan
How to update the firmware on your AirPods
One of the MacRumours Reader stated about the new Spatial Audio feature, he said “Just tried out spatial audio on my iPad. Very cool! The illusion of the audio coming from the iPad is so convincing that I actually thought at first that the sound was coming from my iPad’s speakers. Had to take an AirPod out of my ear to confirm I was really hearing it from the AirPods themselves. I would really like to learn more about whatever dark magic Apple is using to pull off this illusion!”
The Spatial Audio feature will be using the gyroscope and accelerometer to further enhance the sound quality of the Airpods.
Check your AirPods Firmware version
To check your current firmware version, you need to connect the AirPods with the device then go to the settings option and tap on General<About<AirPods options. Here, you can easily find the current firmware version of your Apple AirPods.
Step to Update your AirPods Firmware version
There is no one particular way to update your AirPods manually. The firmware version of your AirPod will update automatically, you just need to have some patience. However, there are a few things you can try to speed up the process.
- Try to keep AirPods in their charging case as long as possible.
- Your AirPods should be connected to the Apple Device for all time with a decent internet connection.
- Whenever you keep your AirPods in the charging case make sure its cap or lip is close completely.