Apple iOS 16.1 Beta 4 Removes Adaptive Transparency Mode Switch for Original AirPods Pro

Apple today released the iOS 16.1 Beta 4 beta version to developers, and Apple released the iPadOS 16.1 Beta 5 beta version, the specific version number is also (20B5064c). The erroneous Adaptive Transparency Mode switch, which was added in previous betas for the original AirPods Pro and AirPods Max, has been removed in iOS 16.1 Beta 4.

AirPods Pro and AirPods Max users running a beta version of the AirPods firmware found an Adaptive Transparency Mode toggle in the AirPods settings after last week's update, and it was initially thought that Apple intended to bring the AirPods Pro 2's Adaptive Transparency Mode feature to older versions on AirPods models.

Bloomberg's Mark Gurman said yesterday that the Adaptive Transparency Mode option was actually a bug, and Apple has now confirmed this, removing the setting in the current Beta 4 beta. " Gurman: Apple iOS 16.1 Beta 3 adds an "Adaptive Transparency Mode" option to the original AirPods Pro / Max wireless headphones is a bug "

Apple said that the transparency mode allows users to continuously perceive the surrounding environment and maintain contact with the outside world. Now, Adaptive Transparency Mode takes this much-loved feature one step further. Powered by the powerful H2 chip, on-device processing technology reduces loud ambient noises such as sirens from passing vehicles, construction noise, and even loudspeakers in concerts, making everyday listening more comfortable.

Apple released the AirPods Pro 2 in September, and it's on sale, the most advanced AirPods Pro to date. Powered by the new H2 chip, the new AirPods Pro unlocks groundbreaking audio performance with major upgrades to Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency Mode, while uniquely bringing users a more immersive spatial audio experience. Now, users can control media playback and volume adjustment directly using the touch controls of the headset handle. In addition, the new generation of AirPods Pro also brings longer battery life, a new charging case, and a new ear tip size to better fit the user's ear shape.

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