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Beats Fit Pro could launch in 3 new colors next week

Published Feb 17th, 2023 6:57PM EST
Beats Fit Pro
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First released in November 2021, Beats Fit Pro could launch in three new colors beginning next week. Although it’s not clear if it’s a new collection, the Apple subsidiary unveiled a Kim Kardashian edition last year that users could take advantage of.

At the beginning of February, leaker Jioriku revealed three new Beats Fit Pro colors: tidal blue, volt yellow, and coral pink. Now, Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman said three new colors of Beats headphones should hit the stores starting next week, which would likely be these previously leaked wireless earbuds.

Beats Fit Pro feels like the AirPods Pro for people that can’t use AirPods Pro due to its format. The earbuds resemble the Beats Studio Buds wireless earphones, but unlike it, the Fit Pro gets wingtips at the top that let you lock the earphones into place inside the ear and ensure that they won’t fall out during regular use.

Like other Beats earphones in Apple’s lineup, the Fit Pro has removable tips to ensure a perfect fit. And they support active noise cancellation (ANC) like the Beats Studio Pro and the Powerbeats Pro. Also, like the AirPods 3, these wireless earbuds feature the same H1 headphone chip. And they feature IPX4 water and sweat resistance.

Other features you’ve come to expect from AirPods and Beats headphones and earphones include Spatial Audio and Siri support (on iPhone and iPad).

Finally, these wireless earbuds’ battery life is in line with expectations. The buds offer 6 hours of listening time with ANC turned on. You get an extra hour of playback if you turn ANC off. The case delivers an additional 18 hours of life with ANC on. Fast Fuel charging gives you 1 hour of playback for five minutes of charging.

Beats Fit Pro currently cost $199.99, though there’s currently a Beats Fit Pro deal that can save you money. BGR will let you know once these new colors are available.

José Adorno Tech News Reporter

José is a Tech News Reporter at BGR. He has previously covered Apple and iPhone news for 9to5Mac, and was a producer and web editor for Latin America broadcaster TV Globo. He is based out of Brazil.