Beast Studio Buds were among the best-selling earbuds during Black Friday. Now, Apple has released the first firmware update with version 10M359 for them. However, you will find the update with name 1B56 in the settings after the update.
What’s more, there is no standard procedure to update the Beats Studio Buds software; which is the case with Apple AirPods. Plus, it appears the software will install in the background when your device is connected with your iPhone or Android smartphone. In case, your Beats earbuds are not updated to the latest version; you can leave them connected with your smartphone that’s how many users managed to update their respective earbuds.
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1B56 update New Features
The update is carrying several new AirPods features to the device. It is important to note that the earbuds don’t feature an Apple H1 chip; even after that Apple managed to add several AirPods-like features to the earbuds. For instance, now you will see an Apple AirPods-like battery status popping up on the screen. It will display the battery charge status of both the earbuds as well as the charging case.
Furthermore, Beats Studio Buds now also features pairing sync over iCloud; this is another feature that is common with AirPods. Previously, this feature was not available, but now Apple has found a way to add this feature to the H1 chipset let earbuds. As a result, now you can connect them with your Mac, iPad, and other Apple devices via iCloud.
Additionally, Apple has also brought volume controls to the earbuds with the new update.
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