Sony has released a firmware update for the WF-1000XM3 wireless in-ears. Once installed, the user will be able to enjoy several new features.
The Sony WF-1000XM3 is a true wireless in-ear, so no hassle with a neck strap. Includes active noise cancelling, so you can enjoy your music quietly. With the recently released firmware update, the caps have, among other things, a volume control that you can control directly on one of the two copies. Which one (left or right) can be set using the corresponding Sony Headphones Connect app. Furthermore, fans of smart assistants will have access to Amazon’s Alexa. This allows you to ‘control’ your music via speech. Alexa thinks along with you.
Battery charge carrying case
It is also practical that after the update you can see how much battery charge there is left in the carrying case. In addition to storing the Sony WF-1000XM3 in it, you can also use it to charge it on the go without the need for a power outlet. As long as there is enough ‘juice’ in the case. And that remaining charge could not be traced before, but it can now be traced. Updating to the new firmware is done via the Sony Connect Headphones app. It requires Android 5.0 or higher, or iOS 11 and higher. If you are (still) running iOS 13.1, you will first have to upgrade to iOS 13.2 before installing the firmware update, says Sony!
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