Last update: 05 Oct 2022, 15:36 IST

The AirPods Pro 2 launched just last month, and it has its share of issues

The notifications are urging AirPods Pro 2 users to “replace the battery with…” soon, and an update should resolve the issue in the coming weeks.

Some users of the second-generation AirPods Pro are receiving an error message stating that the battery needs to be “replaced” soon, according to media reports.

When the battery of the AirPods Pro or MagSafe Charging Case is low, the bug appears to cause battery replacement notifications from the Find My app to be sent to nearby devices, MacRumors reports.

According to the report, it looks like the notification is related to these new capabilities, because the second generation AirPods Pro has improved Find My ability due to the U1 chip for Precision Finding and continuously transmits the battery level.

Notifications prompt the user to “replace the battery with… soon,” even though AirPods batteries cannot be replaced and the device just needs to be charged.

Users experiencing the bug may not immediately know it’s related to their aCEAirPods ProaCE, as notifications simply refer to the item as “Left,” “Right,” or “Body,” leading to somewhat inconsistent alerts, the report said.

It also mentions that notifications are similar to those used for the AirTag when its CR2032 battery is low and needs to be replaced. So it seems that the system combines these two products.

One theory suggests that Apple used most of the AirTag firmware for the MagSafe Charging Case, causing the same signals, even if they don’t make sense.

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