How to reset your AirPods to fix battery drain

Apple’s AirPods automatically install the latest firmware update in the background without the user realizing it. The update usually takes place when the AirPods are placed in the charging case and are connected to your iPhone.

It is important that you stay up with the latest as new firmware versions come with fixes that solve the issues that may be available on these wireless earphones.

In this tutorial, we will demonstrate to you proper methodologies to install the latest firmware version on your Apple AirPods, as well as check the firmware that is at present installed on the Factory Reset AirPods.

The most effective method to Install Latest Software Update for Your AirPods

Stage 1: Ensure that your AirPods are paired and connected appropriately to your iOS device.

Stage 2: Place the earbuds into the charging case and connect the case to a charger.

Stage 3: Now put your iOS device near the case and wait for 10-15 minutes until the point when the new update is downloaded and installed onto the AirPods. Ensure that your device is connected appropriately to a WiFi so that the update is verified and downloaded.

Stage 4: Once the update has been installed, verify by checking the firmware version of your AirPods.

The most effective method to Check AirPods Firmware Version on iPhone or iPad

Stage 1: Open the Settings app and go to General – > About.

Stage 2: Scroll down a lit bit and tap on AirPods.

Stage 3: Here you’ll find information about your AirPods including the firmware version that is as of now installed.

That’s all you have to do to install the latest firmware update on your AirPods. As of this writing, there’s a new firmware update available for the AirPods with version number 3.5.1. Apple hasn’t clarified what the latest update brings to the wireless earphones.

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