Elsewhere I asked about ultrapowers of the C*-algebra $A$ of compact operators on separable infinite-dimensional Hilbert space. My question was whether the process of taking ultrapowers of ultrapowers ever stabilizes.

It was pointed out that the definition of an ultrapower of a C*-algebra is slightly different from the usual definition of an ultrapower; that the process never stabilizes in the sense that the canonical embedding is never an isomorphism; but that nevertheless (assuming CH) that if $A^1$ is an ultrapower of $A$ then the ultrapowers of $A^1$ are isomorphic as C*-algebras to $A^1$.

This last statement depends on the fact $A$ is separable. Here I would like to ask about the corresponding question for the C*-algebra $B$ of bounded operators on Hilbert space and also for the Calkin algebra $C=B/A$. Does the process of taking ultrapowers of ultrapowers of $B$ ever stabilize in the sense of producing isomorphic C*-algebras? And the same question for $C$?