Today Apple released the 2D15 firmware version for AirPods Pro. This will bring all customers to a single update.
Until now, the AirPods Pro user base was fractured. Some users had the firmware version 2C54 and others the 2B588. People with 2B588 have complained that they have weakened the active noise canceling function of AirPods Pro.
AirPod firmware updates are done automatically and there is no way to do it manually. However, some people have found success by putting the AirPods in a case, connecting it to a power source, and then re-pairing it with an iPhone or iPad.
In any case, you can easily check the firmware you have by going to Settings> General> About. Scroll down until you see AirPods / AirPods Pro. As you can see from my screenshot, I haven’t received the update yet.
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