Apple has launched the company's latest True Wireless Stereo (TWS) Earbuds called the Beats Fit Pro. The new earbuds feature an Apple H1 chip and have support for Active Noise Cancellation, transparency audio, and spatial audio.
The Beats Fit Pro features a secure-fit wingtip design which the company guarantees will stay in your ears at all times even during workouts.
Thanks to Apple's proprietary, dual-element diaphragm driver, the Beats Fit Pro produces clear sound with outstanding stereo separation. The earbuds come with ANC—unlike the Apple AirPods 3rd Gen even though they both feature Apple's H1 chip— paired with transparency modes which allow users to hear background noises.
As mentioned above, the Beats Fit Pro packs an Apple H1 chip which allows one-touch pairing with all Apple devices and audio sharing with another pair of Beats headphones or Apple AirPods.
In terms of connectivity, the Beats Fit Pro can be connected to an Android or iOS smartphone using Class 1 Bluetooth connectivity. The earbuds have a single multifunction button on each earbud, and users can also control features like one-touch pairing, customized controls, firmware updates, and Fit test through the Beats app. For Apple users, the Beats Fit Pro can be located using the Find My app.
Beats Fit Pro offers up to 6 hours of playback time on a single charge with ANC turned on, and up to 7 hours with ANC off. The charging case can power up the earphones thrice completely thereby providing an additional 18 hours of playback time.
Beats Fit Pro can only be charged using a USB Type-C cable (it doesn't support wireless charging) and the company claims that a 5-minute charge will offer up to 1 hour of playback time.
The Beats Fit Pro is available in Beats Black, Beats White, Stone Purple, and Sage Gray colors at a retail price of $199.99 (Rs. 14,975 approx.). It is already on sale in the US and a few other countries.