At WWDC, Apple also announced the direction of future firmware improvements for AirPods. The first is the “Dialogue Enhancement” function for AirPods Pro, which can further highlight the human voice according to needs to help users with “slightly” hearing impairment. At the same time, there is also the “broadcast notification” option that comes with Focus in iOS 15. After it is turned on, you can hear important notifications from the AirPods headset, or shopping lists, shipping information and other content.
In addition, after upgrading the new firmware, the synchronization experience of AirPods and Find My app will be better. In the future, Find My will sound an alarm when you are away from the headset, and in addition to the original sound prompt when you are looking for the headset, it will also add a visual object-finding interface similar to AirTags. Finally, later this year, M1 Mac and tvOS can also use spatial audio when paired with AirPods Pro and Max.