Following the announcement of iOS 16 and macOS Ventura, Apple released beta firmware for its wireless devices.
What is known
The update received build number 5A5282d andAvailable for AirPods, AirPods Pro and AirPods Max. The main innovation of the system was the improved Automatic Switching function, which allows the headphones to automatically switch between a smartphone, computer and tablet. What other changes were added to the firmware is unknown.
How to install
To install the software, you need to install the beta versioniOS 16, as well as the macOS Ventura beta and Xcode 14 beta. After that, you need to connect your headphones to your iPhone, and your iPhone to your computer. Next, you need to launch Xcode and select the Pre-Release Beta Firmware item in the AirPods Testing section. After that, the update will “fly through the air” to your headphones within a day.
Source: MacRumors</ p>