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Apple has surprised Beats Studio Buds owners with a fresh firmware update, bumping up the software version to 10M4372. This recent release follows the previous update, version 10M2155, which was rolled out back in November.
As is customary with Apple’s Beats earbuds, the tech giant has kept mum about the specific enhancements and bug fixes packed into this firmware update. Alas, we are left in suspense, eagerly wondering what surprises await us.
For those unfamiliar with the upgrade process for Beats Studio Buds, it’s important to note that there isn’t a standardized method. Typically, the firmware is wirelessly installed while the earbuds are connected to an iOS device. Simply tucking the Beats Studio Buds into their case, connecting them to a power source, and pairing them with an iPhone or iPad should trigger the update within a brief period.
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While the details of the changes brought by this firmware update remain shrouded in secrecy, it’s reasonable to assume that it focuses primarily on performance enhancements and bug fixes rather than any visible alterations to the user interface.