A bug in AirPods Pro 2 tells users to replace the battery as soon as possible

Apparently, the AirPods Pro 2 have encountered a strange bug, prompting users to replace the device's battery as soon as possible.

BingMag.com A bug in AirPods Pro 2 tells users to replace the battery as soon as possible

Apparently, the AirPods Pro 2 have encountered a strange bug, prompting users to replace the device's battery as soon as possible.

Apple has recently launched its new wireless AirPods with the name AirPods Pro 2. A product that benefits from very good features and has been improved in a number of ways compared to the previous generation. But as it seems, this product has encountered a strange bug, a bug that according to published images and reports, is apparently sent to the phone from the Find My application. It happens that the phones or their charger cases have little charge. This product uses the advanced version of the Find My application, which, thanks to the new U1 chip, is more accurate in finding the Buds when they are lost than before, and also monitors the battery level continuously. Therefore, it is possible that the mentioned problem is due to this new feature that is included in the Find My application. Change faster." However, there is no need to do this at all and all you have to do is to connect the device to charging.

Now the interesting thing is that some users do not know what this notification means A device points. As it turns out, this notification is very similar to the notification that is sent to users when the useful life of the AirTag battery ends, so that they can replace the battery. It is possible that the system confused these two devices. Since Apple has used most of the AirTag technologies for the AirPods Pro 2 charger case, it is possible that the messages have become completely similar.

It is not clear how many AirPods Pro 2 users have This bug is struggling, but a series of them have been complaining about this on Reddit and the website of the source of this news. It remains to be seen whether Apple will publish a specific explanation in this regard because it has not said anything in this regard at the moment. Of course, from the type of problem, it can be guessed that it is related to the software, and most likely it will be solved without any special problem with a simple software update.

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