Apple has awake a latest firmware update for the AirPods Pro that start a new hearing accessibility feature called Conversation Boost. It is personally designed to help people with hearing disability listen better when having a conversation with someone else.
Talking about the Conversation Boost, it makes use of the beam-forming microphones on the AirPodsPro and computational audio to actually clear-cut the voice of the person you’re having a talk with. Moreover, the feature will also decrease the ambient noise in crowded or noisy surroundings.
Furthermore, to enable the feature on your AirPods, your iPad or iPad require to be running iOS 15 or iPadOS 15 individually, and then follow these steps – Settings ⇾ Accessibility ⇾ Audio/Visual → Headphone Accommodations → Transparency Mode → Conversation-Boost.
Last but not least, the firmware update 4A400 has arise for the AirPods, AirPods Pro and AirPods Max. However, it is only available on the Pro version. The firmware update also adds Find My Network integration for the AirPods Pro and AirPods Max version.