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Just eight days after releasing the last AirTags firmware update, Apple has done it again.
It is unknown what the new firmware with version 1.0.291 (A1291e) brings, and Apple has released no documentation to support the revision. However, the update is expected to bring bug fixes and general improvements to the product.
The past firmware was upgraded to the same version number but with a different build number — 1.0.291 (1A291c). The last firmware was released just five days after the previous one debuted.
To find out your AirTags firmware version, a user can go into the FindMy app. Tap on the Devices tab and tap one of the AirTags. Under the battery, icon tap on the device name to view the firmware version.
Unfortunately, there is no way to force an AirTags firmware update like users can update the operating systems of iOS, iPadOS, or macOS.