With the Powerbeats Pro up for pre-orders and the first batch of shipments expected to make its way to the hands of customers within the next few days, the first set of reviews of the wireless earbuds are out. The Powerbeats Pro is an interesting product from Apple since they are notably superior to the more popular AirPods in many ways and offer a number of features which consumers wished were available on the latter.
Apple and Beats announced the Powerbeats Pro totally wireless earbuds earlier this year. We know they arrive in May, but Beats has made an important change to the launch.
Earlier this month, the Apple-owned Beats brand officially debuted a pair of brand new “totally wireless” headphones called the Powerbeats Pro. Designed for those who train, or just prefer the design in general, Beats today has released a video showcasing just how well they hold up while working out.
Apple recently launched the Powerbeats Pro ‘totally wireless earphones‘ after first teasing them in March. The Powerbeats Pro launch comes just a few weeks after Apple unveiled the AirPods 2 with a new H1 headphone chip and longer battery life. The Powerbeats Pro is notably more expensive than the AirPods 2 but does it offer additional features that make it worth the price? How is it better than the AirPods? Find out in this comparison.
After being initially teased back in March, the newest truly wireless headphones from Beats are now officially official, as the Powerbeats Pro “totally wireless earphones” get unveiled.
There have been rumors that the Apple-owned Beats brand is working on a pair of truly wireless Powerbeats Pro headphones, and now there’s even a giant billboard in Los Angeles advertising the unannounced headphones.
It has been only a week since a report outlined the Apple-owned Beats brand’s effort to build new, truly wireless Powerbeats headphones.
April acquired Beats, and while there is some overlap, Beats still has some wiggle room to launch what some may see as competing products to the parent company.
It has been more than four years since Apple acquired Beats by Dre, but the latter’s brand is still going strong.
The Beats brand is familiar with custom kits, with a wide range of colors and options out there for the family of headphones.