Just before the end of 2021, Apple-owned Beats launched a brand new pair of truly wireless headphones, the Beats Fit Pro. And then, a little bit after that, the headphones received a firmware update to version 4B65. Here we are in the waning days of March of 2022 and the headphones are getting another software update.
Beats Fit Pro
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.
In this quick video review, we compare the $199 Beats Fit Pro wireless headphones to the $249 AirPods Pro. Which ones are a better buy? Our comparison video offers the answer.
Earlier in October, a beta version of iOS 15.1 revealed that the Apple-owned Beats was working on a pair of brand new truly wireless headphones. The prerelease software even told us what they'd be called: Beats Fit Pro. And, sure enough, that all turned out to be true because the new headphones are official.
On Monday, October 18, Apple seeded the Release Candidate for iOS 15.1 (and iPadOS 15.1). That prerelease software is the final version ahead of the public launch sometime soon. And, as has happened in the past, the beta software has revealed something else a little ahead of schedule: new headphones coming from the Apple-owned Beats brand.