In mid-December, Apple released a special firmware 2C54 for AirPors Pro, which aims to improve sound. However, it ruined the work of the noise canceling in the headphones, judging by the complaints of users. It does not drown out the noise of low frequencies (for example, the engines of an airplane or a bus) as well as before.
The number of dissatisfied users is growing every day. Many argue that the function “broke” even with firmware 2B588. And you cannot roll back from it to an earlier version.
The company has made AirPods updates seamless. That is, you cannot reject the update, it “rolls” automatically while the case is connected to the smartphone.
Now there is no solution to the problem. The Verge turned to Apple to find out at least approximate dates. But so far no response has been received. [ The Verge ]