Understanding AirPods Firmware
Firmware is the software that controls the inner workings of hardware, such as the AirPods. It’s responsible for managing the functions and performance of the AirPods and ensuring they work correctly and efficiently.
Checking Your AirPods Firmware Version
To check the firmware version of your AirPods, follow these steps:
- Connect your AirPods to your iPhone or iPad.
- Go to “Settings” > “General” > “About”.
- Find “AirPods” in the list of devices and tap on it.
- The firmware version of your AirPods will be displayed under “Firmware Version”.
What Firmware Should Your AirPods Be On
Apple regularly releases firmware updates for its products, including the AirPods. These updates often contain bug fixes and performance improvements, so it’s recommended to keep your AirPods updated to the latest firmware version.
To check for available firmware updates for your AirPods, simply connect your AirPods to your iPhone or iPad and follow the steps to update. Your device will automatically check for available updates and prompt you to install if any are found.
If you’re unsure what firmware version your AirPods should be on, you can check the Apple support website or contact their support team for more information.