Apple today updated the AirPods firmware to version 3.7.2, bringing unspecified improvements to the company’s wireless earbuds. Version 3.5.1 of the AirPods firmware released in early-February 2017. AirPods originally debuted with the firmware version 3.3.1.
If you’ve renamed your AirPods as “AirPods” but they keep reverting back to the default “FIRSTNAME’s AirPods” name, you’re not alone. This simple workaround will let you use the “AirPods” name for your earbuds.
Following an extended delay, Apple’s BeatsX earphones are now available for purchase from Apple.com, Apple’s retail stores and other retailers. The $150 earphones file as Apple’s most affordable audio product powered by the in-house designed W1 wireless chip, also found in the $160 AirPods, $200 PowerBeats3 and $300 Beats Solo3 headphones. The W1 chip enables seamless iCloud pairing with Apple devices and reliable wireless audio connection. BeatsX also work on non-Apple hardware as standard Bluetooth headsets.
The earbuds sport 8-hour battery life and come with a Siri-compatible RemoteTalk with built-in playback controls that let you control your music without using Siri.