Earlier this month, there was a rumor suggesting Apple and Beats were going to introduce four new colors to the Powerbeats Pro lineup. And it turns out that is indeed the case.
Back in April of last year, Beats and Apple officially unveiled the truly wireless Powerbeats Pro. Now, we may be getting some new colors.
Rumors of Apple launching a new pair of over-ear, high-end headphones first cropped up in 2018. Now, in 2020, the rumor mill suggests we could be getting close to a launch.
As we reported earlier in the week, next-generation Powerbeats Pro earphones recently surfaced in certification documents Apple filed in the United States and Malaysia, but now it seems that the product may have already released without any fanfare on Apple's part.
Beats is going through a bit of a reshuffle at the moment, namely in the role of president. And it looks like a long-time Apple executive will be taking up the reins.
The Beats brand has been a major staple for Apple ever since the company acquired it for $3 billion. But a new rumor suggests the company may be finally phasing it out.
Arriving without much fanfare earlier in the month, Apple's new sporty earphones (marketed as "Powerbeats" rather than "Powerbeats4") certainly have a lot going for them.
Apple Music's Beats 1 station hosts like DJs Zane Lowe, Ebro Darden and Julie Adenuga today began broadcasting from their homes, using FaceTime to interview musicians.
After some reviewers have managed to get their hands on Apple's yet-to-be-released new Powerbeats4 sporty earphones, the Beats website was refreshed Monday with a list of official features such as a 15-hour battery life, "Hey Siri" support and more.
The first sign of a new pair of wireless Powerbeats-branded earphones surfaced in December of last year. And now the headphones may have received FCC approval.
Early on Tuesday, Apple released iOS 13.3.1 to the public. While the software wasn't loaded with new features, it did include a hint at a new set of earphones.
If you’re jailbroken on iOS 11 or 12 and actively looking for a fun and quirky way to style up the Control Center interface when listening to music with your favorite Bluetooth headset or speaker, then you’re probably going to enjoy a new and free jailbreak tweak release called Daisy by iOS developer LaughingQuoll.
As depicted in the screenshot example above, Daisy populates the volume slider in Control Center with a meticulously crafted glyph that represents the type of Bluetooth device you’ve connected to when listening to audio. Notably, the glyph still appears when the volume slider gets expanded to full screen.