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Microsoft Surface Earbuds first update aims at improving audio quality and connection

13 May 2020 0

Microsoft announced the availability of Surface Earbuds earlier this month alongside its other products. The earbuds are priced at $199 and already on sale right now.

Meanwhile, Microsoft has pushed the first firmware update to Surface Earbuds as well. This update aims to improve the audio quality and stability, alongside improving the pairing and connection with your devices.

The latest firmware update takes the firmware version number up to 3.0.0.5. To install the update just download the Surface Audio app on Windows 10, Android, and iOS. After downloading, just pair your Surface Earbuds, and a firmware update will be available for installation immediately.

Note that Microsoft Surface Earbuds is compatible with Windows 10 or later, phones running Android 4.4 or later, iOS 9 or later, Bluetooth 4.1/4.2. So, make sure you are using any of the aforementioned devices with these compatible OS versions.

Surface Earbuds are still available for purchase via Microsoft Store. You can add them to the cart for $199. You get Surface Earbuds with a charging case, 3 pairs of silicone ear tips, USB-C to USB-A cable in the box. Surface Earbuds are IPX4 rated and offer up to 24 hours of battery life with included in the charging case. You get 8 hours of continuous listening time on a single charge, plus another 8-hour charge with the charging case. According to Microsoft’s claims, a 10-minute charge provides up to 1 hour of battery life.

Download the Surface Audio app from below for your device -

Surface Audio app | Android | Play Store, Free

Surface Audio | iOS | App Store, Free

Microsoft Surface Audio | Windows 10 | Microsoft Store, Free


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