The new software bumps the Air Pods firmware from the initial version 3.3.1 to version 3.5.1.To deploy the new firmware, put your Air Pods inside their case and close it, connect the case to a charger or a USB port on your computer, then wait for a couple of minutes.Put 'em in their case, plug it in, place your phone nearby, and keep your fingers crossed for that automatic update!If you've got questions let us know in the comments below!It's unknown at this time exactly what comes with the update, but it's likely smaller fixes and improvements.Back in February, Apple quietly rolled out a firmware update for Air Pods, the company's wireless earbuds. When he's not bothering his chihuahuas, Mikah spends entirely too much time and money on Home Kit products. You can, however, check which version they're running.You can follow him on Twitter at @mikahsargent if you're so inclined. Update May 24, 2017: Apple has released firmware version 3.7.2 for the Air Pods.
We’ll show you how to make sure you’ve got the update with your Apple Air Pods connected to an i Phone.Your i Phone must be paired with your Air Pods and connected to Wi-Fi in order for the firmware to download and install.To see your current Air Pods firmware version, open the charging case so the connected graphics appears on your i Phone, then tap Settings → General → About → Air Pods.Some Air Pods users experienced problems with their headphones disconnecting randomly from their i Phone.A post in the Apple support forums shows many pages of people posting problems with theirs disconnecting randomly.