Today, Apple has updated the Beats Fit Pro firmware for the Beats Fit Pro headphones, which were released last November. The earbuds were previously updated with the 4B65 firmware, which was released at the end of November.
Apple is releasing a new firmware update for the Beats Fit Pro. Beats’ truly wireless earbuds have been updated to version 4E64. For further information on how to upgrade and check your firmware version, see the sections below.
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Apple has updated the Beats Fit Pro firmware.
Apple has updated the Beats Fit Pro firmware upgrade in November, while AirPods received it in December of 2021. Since the H1 chip was released last year, Beats wireless earbuds have received two firmware updates.
Apple does not offer release notes for firmware updates to AirPods or Beats headphones. Instead, users must wait for the update to reach their earphones before poking around to see what’s new.
Firmware version 4E64 is currently only available for Beats Fit Pro. Apple does not appear to be releasing any AirPods updates today. That could change, and if it does, we’ll make sure to update this post.
How to update your Beats Fit Pro firmware
Manually updating your AirPods or Beats headphones to new firmware updates is not easy with Apple. Instead, the business claims that when the AirPods/Beats headphones are connected to your iPhone through Bluetooth, fresh firmware updates will be installed.
1: Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
2: Navigate to the “Bluetooth” menu.
3: Find your headphone in the list of devices.
4: Tap the “i” next to them.
5: Look at the “Firmware Version” number.
4E64 is the most recent Fit Pro firmware version. If you see this in the Settings app, Apple has updated the Beats Fit Pro firmware which implies your earphones have been fully updated. If not, the update should automatically download when your iPhone is connected to your computer through Bluetooth.
We don’t know what improvements or bug fixes are included in the latest firmware updates for the Beats Fit Pro because Apple doesn’t provide information on what’s included.
Although there are no standard means to update the Beats software, it is usually done over the air while the earbuds are linked to an iOS smartphone. After a short length of time, putting the Beats Fit Pro in the case, connecting them to a power source, and pairing them with an iPhone or iPad should force the update.
The Apple Beats Fit Pro earbuds have flexible wingtips to keep them in your ears, a charging case, silicone tips, Active Noise Cancellation, spatial audio with dynamic head tracking, and an H1 chip for “Hey Siri” support.
We’ll report back if there are any noticeable changes after the firmware update is implemented, although the software is more likely to include performance and bug fixes than outward-facing modifications.
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