On October 18, Apple introduced its latest AirPods, bringing Spatial Audio, Adaptive EQ, MagSafe and more. At the event, Apple also unveiled the new MacBook Pro lineup powered by M1 Pro and M1 Max chips. As per reports from reliable sources, more products are about to arrive, not directly from Apple, but from Beats. If you aren’t living in a cave, you must be already aware that Beats by Dre has been an Apple subsidiary for the last seven years or so. Now obviously, as Apple has refreshed a lineup of its audio product, Beats would do the same. However, both brands have their own and distinct consumer base, which is why Beats Fit Pro, powered by Apple’s H1 chip, is coming very soon, right after new 3rd Gen AirPods were unveiled.
The Beats Fit Pro will launch on November 1, and the earbuds are similar to the Beats Studio Buds. As per a report from 9to5mac, the new buds will offer Active Noise Cancellation alongside fast and effortless pairing with Apple devices, using Apple’s H1 chip. The buds will also come with wingtips for a better fit.
However, the new buds will come with a charging case that may remind many of the Powerbeats Pro. As per the reports, the new Beats Fit Pro will offer 6 hours of battery life when Active Noise Cancellation or Transparency Mode are on. However, they can last longer, up to 7 hours, with Adaptive EQ. The new Beats Fit Pro will deliver battery life up to even 30 hours when paired with the charging case.
Though Beats Fit Pro with H1 chip is built for fast pairing with Apple devices, the buds will also offer quick pairing, battery levels, and custom controls on Android phones through the Beats app. The earbuds may come in four different colour variants- Black, Gray, Purple, and White.