- Apple Beats Studio Buds+ are likely to launch soon.
- The new Beats earbuds will be identical in terms of design to the 2021 model.
- The earbuds will have a compact design.
Apple is rumoured to be working on the launch of new Beats-brands earbuds. The company is rumoured to launch the new Beats Studio Buds+ in the US and a few other markets. The upcoming truly wireless stereo (TWS) earbuds from Beats are likely an upgraded version of the original model, which came out in 2021. Apple or Beats have not confirmed any details about the launch of the Studio Buds+. However, the launch of the rumoured Beats TWS earbuds seems imminent as they have been spotted on the NCC certification website.
Let’s take a look at the Beats Studio Buds+ specifications, features and other details known so far.
Apple Beats Studio Buds+ Design Revealed Via NCC Listing
The Apple Beats Studio Buds+ will be the company’s new pair of premium TWS earbuds launching in various markets. The Studio Buds+ have been spotted on the NCC certification website, which has revealed the design of the earbuds and the case. The earbuds have an in-ear design with silicon ear tips for better grip. There is no stem but the earbuds do have cutouts for the microphones.
The left earbud has the model number A2782, whereas the right one has the model number A2781. There is also a pebble-shaped charging case, which has the model number A2780. It comes with the Beats logo upfront, below which is the charging indicator. The charging case has a USB Type-C port at the bottom. Beats will also bundle a small USB Type-C to Type-C cable.
The earbuds were also spotted recently on the IMDA certification website. In addition to this, the Studio Buds+ was spotted on the FCC website and in the internal files of iOS 16.4.
The source code revealed that the Studio Buds+ will offer support for audio sharing. There will also be support for Apple’s “Hey Siri,” and automatic device switching. In addition to this, the TWS earbuds will feature a custom developed Beats chip, similar to what we see in Apple’s audio products like AirPods Pro.
The Studio Buds+ are likely to be compatible with both Android and iOS devices. The earbuds, despite not having a stem, will offer touch controls to switch between tracks, answer/ decline calls or invoke Siri. Also, there is likely going to be support for Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency Mode. Users may be able to switch between these modes by long-pressing on either earbud.