Currently going out is an update for Apple AirPods Pro 2 that addresses concerns with audio drift

The build number of the Apple AirPods Pro 2 will now be 5B58 as the latest software update gets them up to version 5.1.58. Previously, they were at version 5A377. Users of the AirPods Pro 2 are required to immediately download and install the most recent upgrade. Apple has made available a remedy for the audio drifting and synchronisation problems that were the subject of complaints from a significant number of customers. According to individuals who were affected by the bug, their AirPods Pro 2 were affected by a problem in which the sound would change between either side of the two earbuds, so impairing the listening experience, particularly for music encoded in Dolby Atmos. There were also problems with the audio and video material not being in sync with one another.

According to 9to5Mac, the latest update puts the AirPods Pro 2 up to version 5.1.58 with build number 5B58. This is an improvement over the previous version, which was 5A377. Apple has not made it clear whether or not the latest update solves the problems with audio drifting and synchronisation, despite the fact that the release notes for the new AirPods Pro 2 claim that the update contains “bug fixes and other enhancements.” Users of the AirPods Pro 2 have claimed that in addition to audio drifting and synchronisation problems, they have also experienced unpredictable shifts in the volume levels. With any luck, the latest update will eliminate this problem, which is in addition to the other two.

Therefore, it is up to you to verify on your own whether or not the latest update has affected the performance of your AirPods Pro 2 headphones. Nevertheless, upgrading AirPods is not a simple process, and Apple is not making any efforts to improve this situation. In order to deliver a software update to your AirPods, you will need to use the traditional method.

Checking and updating your AirPods Pro 2 may be done as follows:

  • Launch the Settings application on your iPhone.
  • Navigate to the Bluetooth settings on your device and choose your AirPods from the list.
  • To see the software version of the selected model, use the “i” button that is located next to the model.
  • You will be able to see the firmware version in this section.

Apple does not let users to manually update their AirPods. According to Apple, software updates for AirPods are automatically provided, and users “don’t need to update their AirPods.” Maintaining a Bluetooth connection between the AirPods and the iPhone is required. Following the installation of the update, the firmware version of the AirPods will be upgraded to 5.1.58.

Published at : 09 Nov 2022 11:12 AM (IST)

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