Apple’s AirPods (2nd Gen), AirPods Pro, and AirPods Max are reportedly getting a new firmware update. This firmware build number is to be 4A400 and it also brings a new feature for AirPods Pro call as Conversation Boost.
The Conversation Boost feature assists people with mild hearing challenges and also aims to make in-person conversations easy without having to remove the earpieces.
Conversation Boost feature was introduce by Apple at the WWDC (Apple Worldwide Developers Conference).
The new firmware update is said to be rolling out to Beats Solo Pro, Powerbeats 4, and Powerbeats Pro.
This update for the AirPods Pro brings the Conversation Boost feature that Apple preview at WWDC.
When Conversation Boost is turn on then it uses the microphone to boost the volume of face-to-face conversations happening in front of the user.
Conversation Boost also has an option to reduce ambient noise.
The Conversation Boost feature requires the AirPods Pro running firmware 4A400.
The latest update should installed on AirPods (2nd Gen), AirPods Pro, and AirPods Max automatically without any manual interference.
Note that the AirPods Pro need to be inside a charging case and connected to an iPhone or iPad for the update to install.
Conversation Boost is recommend to keep the AirPods Pro connect to a power source while the firmware updates.
You can go to Settings -> General -> About -> AirPods and check the number next to the firmware version.
When your AirPods Pro are update with the latest firmware then Conversation Boost can be turn on iPhone or iPad running iOS 15 or iPadOS 15.
How to Turn on Conversation Boost on AirPods Pro?
Follow These Steps :
- Open the Settings app.
- Tap on Accessibility
- Scroll down.
- Tap on Audio/Visual
- Turn on Headphone Accommodations
- Scroll down.
- Tap on Transparency Mode
- Tap on Conversation Boost to enable the feature
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