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Apple has just rolled out a highly anticipated firmware update for its popular AirTag item trackers. This update, marked by the build number 2A61, supersedes the previous 2A36 firmware released in December last year.
It’s been almost a year since Apple last fine-tuned the AirTag firmware, and enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting details about what this latest update might bring to the table.
A new firmware update will be gradual. Initially, one percent of users will receive the update now, with the distribution increasing to 10 percent on November 7. On November 14, an additional 25 percent of users can expect the update, culminating in a full-scale release to all users on November 28.
For those keen on ensuring they receive the update promptly, it’s important to note that forcing an AirTag update isn’t an option. The process occurs wirelessly through a connected iPhone. To facilitate the update, ensure your AirTag is within range of your iPhone, and patiently await the firmware’s arrival on your device. You can easily verify your current AirTag firmware version through the Find My app.
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