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.
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.
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.
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.
Apple has yet to announce its fourth-generation Powerbeats4, but that hasn't stopped AppleInsider's Andrew O'Hara from getting his hands on these upcoming sporty headphones.
If you have been waiting patiently for the impending arrival of new Powerbeats headphones, the wait is probably nearly over as newly leaked information and images have surfaced.
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.