Be sure to watch our latest video tutorial featuring handy Beats Fit Pro tips and tricks that will come in handy when setting up and using your newly-purchased wireless earbuds.
Beats Fit Pro tips and tricks for getting started
Launched with little fanfare on December 1, 2021, these Bluetooth earbuds offer a similar set of features to Apple’s pricier $249 AirPods Pro, including active noise cancellation, Transparency mode and Apple’s computational audio that adjusts EQ in real-time.
Inward-facing microphones determine the sound coming out of each earphone. Then, the algorithm tunes low and-mid range frequencies to match the fit of the earbuds in your ear.
If you’re new to Beats Fit Pro or have just purchased these, watch the eight-minute video tutorial from our videographer Harris Craycraft that we’ve embedded near the top.
What’s so great about Beats Fit Pro?
Beats Fit Pro also support Apple’s spatial audio feature, along with dynamic head tracking. And thanks to the company’s custom headphone chip, you get zero-configuration pairing, seamless device switching and support for audio sharing.
You get about six hours of listening time on a single charge, or up to 24 hours with the included wireless charging case (18 hours of battery life in the case. And with a quick five-minute charge over the wire, you get up to an hour of listening time.
The Beats Fit Pro are Bluetooth-enabled headphones, so while they are designed to work seamlessly with Apple-branded products, they will also work with Android devices, too.
The Beats Fit Pro are available for all Bluetooth devices, but smart features stemming from the H1 chip required a compatible Apple device like an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, Apple TV or Apple Watch. Available Stone Purple, Beats White, Sage Gray and Beats Black, the new Beats Fit Pro can be had from Apple.com in exchange for $200.
If you’re on the fence about whether or not to get these wireless earbuds in the first place, do watch our video comparing the new Beats Fit Pro to the pricier AirPods Pro.