Apple is rumoured to launch the AirPods 3 very soon. As per recent leaks, the new wireless earbuds will launch on May 18. Apple could also launch a new pair of Beats earbuds alongside. Details about the upcoming Beats wireless earbuds have leaked online. According to a MacRumors report, Apple could launch the Beats Studio Buds soon. Images of the upcoming TWS have leaked via tvOS 14.6 and iOS 14.6 beta updates. The design of the upcoming Beats earbuds is quite different from what Apple has launched so far. It does not have a stem-shaped design. Let’s take a look at more details about the upcoming Beats Studio Buds.
Apple working on new Beats Studio Buds
Apple could launch the new Beats Studio Buds very soon. Images of the upcoming Beats earbuds have leaked ahead of the official launch.
The images were spotted by MacRumors in the beta versions of tvOS 14.6 and iOS 14.6. These images reveal that the upcoming earbuds will have a different design language compared to what Apple has launched so far. There is no stem like the AirPods. It also does not have an ear wrap like the Powerbeats Pro. The images reveal that the Studio Buds will come with an in-ear design. It is quite similar to the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro that was launched earlier this year.
The beta version also reveals various animations of the earbuds. The charging case is similar to the AirPods Pro and has the Beats logo at the front. It also has a charging indicator on the front.
Animations of Beats Studio Buds: pic.twitter.com/XYVvYP7ez3
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Apple could also rebrand the device and launch it as AirPods Pro second-generation. Reports from last year claimed that the AirPods Pro successor will get a new design in 2021. It will have a more rounded, compact design. Apple was also said to ditch the stem on the Pro AirPods.
Currently, there is no word on the launch date of the new Beasts earbuds. We will share more details as and when the details are out. What are your thoughts on the upcoming Beats earbuds? Do let us know in the comments below.
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