Apple in partnership with Better has launched a pair of special edition Powerbeats Pro earbuds with updated styling for the ear tips to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the NBA.
Beats by Dre, owned by Apple, is no stranger to teaming up with the professional esports organization FaZe Clan. And now the two are back with a new collaboration.
Apple has expanded support for the Find My app to the Powerbeats Pro and Beats Flex earbuds, in addition to some other Beats audio accessories, as per Dutch blog iCulture.
If you're a fan of in-ear wireless headphones, or earbuds, then we've put together a list of the best options you can buy.
While Apple made it possible for developers to access "Announce Messages with Siri", it's still not readily available in third-party apps. But it looks like the tide might be changing, at least a little.
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.
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.
Apple's subsidiary Beats could soon release a refreshed model of the totally wireless Powerbeats Pro earphones following the introduction of the original $250 model in April 2019.
Thanks to the iOS 13 and iPadOS software updates, you can easily share audio with wireless headphones such as the AirPods earphones or any supported Beats headphones. This lets you and a friend both listen to the same audio from your iOS device, adjust the volume for each person individually, stop sharing with a tap and more. Follow along with us as we explain how to share audio with AirPods and Beats audio devices from your iPhone or iPad.
With the introduction of the AirPods Pro, Apple's giving you two two distinct choices of wireless earbuds. You also can't forget about PowerBeats Pro, which pack in some of the same technology and some innovations of their own. All three of them sport different features and designs for different users. So let's break down the major differences between Apple's different H1-equipped wireless earbuds to help you decide which to pick.
Earlier this year, Apple announced a new feature called "Announce Messages with Siri", and said it would arrive with iOS 13.