In April of this year, the Apple-owned Beats announced the truly wireless Powerbeats Pro headphones. And while four colors were initially unveiled, three of those hues weren't available at launch.
Powerbeats Pro and their charging case allow for a total of 24 hours of run time, and the latest commercial from Apple-owned Beats brand drives that point home.
One of the more oft-requested features for a future version of the AirPods is some form of water resistance. But even before that happens (if it happens at all), it looks like the current iteration of the AirPods can fare pretty well.
About a month ago, iDB brought you a video of our unboxing experience and initial review of Apple's new Beats-branded Powerbeats Pro sporty earbuds. After one full month of usage, we've decided to do a thorough comparison with the new AirPods.
The Apple-owned Beats brand has delayed shipments of the Hey Siri-enabled Powerbeats Pro sporty earphones until next month. The postponed launch in Japan was first reported by Japanese blog Mac Otakara while MacRumors figured out the rest.
Back in May, the Apple-owned Beats brand officially launched a pair of new "totally wireless" earbuds, the Powerbeats Pro. These share some of the primary, and most appealing features of Apple's truly wireless AirPods, but lean towards users who want headphones that will last through a workout.
Powerbeats Pro, Apple's sporty, Beats-branded, sweat-resistant headphones with the H1 headphone chip, longer battery life, Hey Siri, seamless pairing and other perks, are now available to purchase in the United Kingdom, France and Germany.
Powerbeats Pro, Apple's truly wireless earphones with the in-house designed H1 headphone chip, hands-free Hey Siri, IPX4 water resistance and other perks, have been available since May 10. We though we'd check them out to give iDownloadBlog readers a closer look at one of the most important new audio product under Apple's ownership of Beats.
Apple's new Powerbeats Pro sporty earphones are sweat and water resistant, but official technical specifications fall short of detailing the level of water resistance.
Totally wireless, Beats-branded Powerbeats Pro sporty earphones will be available to pre-order from Apple.com beginning this coming Friday at 7am Pacific Time in the United States and Canada ahead of in-store availability starting Friday, May 10.
Apple yesterday announced Powerbeats Pro, a cord-free version of the Beats-branded Powerbeats fitness earbuds coming in May for $250, featuring the new Apple H1 headphone chip tap brings benefits like Hey Siri, faster device switching, a better fit and longer battery life.