Apple announced the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro, AirPods 3, and new HomePod mini in new colours at its Unleashed special event. Along with these new products, the company also announced new Apple Music Voice plans. Now, it looks like Apple is prepping to launch yet another product soon. The company as per the previous leak is believed to unveil the Beats Fit Pro. The renders of the Beats Fit Pro were leaked by 9to5Mac a few days back. Now, in a recent development, we at MySmartPrice have managed to receive the live images of the Beats Fit Pro. This new leak comes courtesy of a trusted tipster to us, who wants to stay anonymous. Let’s take a look at more details about the Beats Fit Pro ahead:
Beats Fit Pro Live Image Revealed Ahead Of Launch
If we have a look at the live image, we can see that the Beats Fit Pro will resemble as that of the Beats Studio Buds, which Apple had announced earlier this year. The live images also reveal that the Beats Fit Pro will come with wingtips for a better fit and it will have an in-ear design. As per the 9to5Mac, the Beats Fit Pro will have an Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) support, as well as Apple’s H1 chip for fast pairing with Apple devices. It is said that the Beats Fit Pro will offer 6 hours of battery life with ANC or Transparency Mode turned on. The earbuds will last for 7 hours with Adaptive EQ.
With the charging case, the Beats Fit Pro is tipped to deliver 27-30 hours of battery life. This upcoming product is said to equip a Class 1 Bluetooth and a built-in accelerometer that will identify and reduce external noise. As per the previously leaked renders by 9to5Mac, the Beats Fit Pro is supposed to launch in four colours variants- Black, Gray, Purple, and White. The Beats Fit Pro will offer quick pairing support, battery levels, and custom controls on Android through the Beats app. It is believed that this new earbud will debut on November 1st. The shipments of these earbuds are tipped to begin a few days later after the official launch.
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