New Beats Fit Pro Earbuds Powered by Apple’s H1 Chip Might Launch Very Soon

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During yesterday’s Apple event, various exciting new products were unveiled, including the AirPods 3. But before you run to the Apple store to purchase them on October 26, you might want to hear about the new Beats Fit Pro earbuds. According to a report from 9to5Mac, Apple is announcing them on November 1.

Apple released Beats Studio Buds early this summer, making the Beats Fit Pro the third set of true wireless headphones from Beats. The new design closely resembles the previous version. However, there are a few cool new features that set them apart.

One of the most prominent additions, which 9to5Mac gathered from its sources, is that Apple’s H1 chip will power the earbuds, allowing for Active Noise Cancellation and fast pairing with Apple devices and Hey Siri.

The new earbuds will achieve 6 hours of battery life with ANC or Transparency Mode turned on, or 7 hours with Adaptive EQ. Combined with the charging case, the new Beats earbuds deliver 27-30 hours of battery life.


Another noteworthy alteration is the ear-fitting wingtips seen in images that MacRumors reportedly found in the iOS 15.1 Release Candidate seeded today.

Similar to Beats Studio Buds, according to 9to5Mac, the new version is Android-friendly. When controlled through the Beats app, Android users can pair quickly, check battery levels, and use custom controls.

Beats Fit Pro supposedly will be able to easily identify and reduce external noise with Class 1 Bluetooth and a built-in accelerometer.

These new Beats could bring in some hot competition against the new AirPods 3 and are likely to be slightly more affordable. In addition, you can purchase the Beats Fit Pro in four colors: Black, Gray, Purple, and White.

[The information provided in this article has NOT been confirmed by Apple and may be speculation. Provided details may not be factual. Take all rumors, tech or otherwise, with a grain of salt.]

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