Apple AirPods MAX headphones will also usher in adaptive transparency mode

Last week, Apple's iOS 16.1 Beta 3 version extended the adaptive transparency mode introduced by the second-generation AirPods Pro to the first-generation AirPods Pro. Now, some users have confirmed that adaptive transparency mode will also work with AirPods Max headphones 

Users say that Apple AirPods Max headphones running the latest 5A304a firmware can turn on adaptive transparency in the AirPods Max section of settings in both iOS 16.1 and iPadOS 16.1 beta.

Apple AirPods Pro 2 is equipped with the H2 chip, which claims that the adaptive transparency mode can exert the powerful performance of the H2 chip, which can greatly reduce the intensity of loud noises such as whistles or power tools, and users can comfortably hear the surrounding environment. 

Apple iOS 16.1 also enables battery percentage for more iPhone models like the iPhone 11 and iPhone 13 mini. Apple has adjusted the battery indicator to a dynamic icon and added an API for real-time activity.

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