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In a swift move to elevate user experience, Apple has rolled out a new firmware update, 6A305, for both the Lightning port-equipped AirPods Pro 2 and the USB-C port-enabled variant. This update follows hot on the heels of the previous 6A303 release for the AirPods Pro 2, which debuted on October 10.
While Apple remains tight-lipped about the specific enhancements packed into this refreshed firmware, one can only anticipate a surge of innovation. With the advent of iOS 17, Apple ushered in a wave of game-changing features for the AirPods Pro 2, including Adaptive Audio, Conversation Awareness, and Personalized Volume. It stands to reason that this latest update may bring further refinements to these already impressive capabilities.
For those eager to stay ahead of the curve, the process of upgrading AirPods software is a breeze. Typically, the firmware is installed seamlessly over the air while your AirPods are connected to an iOS device. Placing the AirPods snugly into their case, ensuring a connection to a power source, and subsequently pairing them with an iOS device or Mac should prompt the update to kick in.
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