New photos and specs of the rumored “Beats Studio Buds” have appeared in a Taiwanese authorities regulatory database forward of a possible upcoming launch.
In comparison with present Beats By Dre headphones or Apple’s AirPods, the “Beats Studio Buds” are anticipated to function a smaller design with out an earwrap — a kind issue akin to earbuds launched by Google or Samsung. The existence of the “Beats Studio Buds” was first revealed in an iOS beta in Could.
Forward of a possible launch, it seems that “Beats Studio Buds” hold surfacing in regulatory databases. In Could 24, the earbuds appeared in an FCC submitting. Now, extra footage and particulars concerning the unreleased earbuds have proven up in Taiwan’s Nationwide Communications Fee database.
The pictures, first seen by MacRumors, affirm the sizing of the headphones. One other picture sneakers off the oval-shaped case, which is able to cost over a USB-C port. Along with the black coloration seen within the database photos, “Beats Studio Professional” may be obtainable in white and pink.
It is not clear when “Beats Studio Professional” will truly debut to the general public, however the unreleased earbuds have already been noticed within the wild. LeBron James, for instance, was seen sporting them in a Could 26 Instagram publish. The Beats additionally made an look in a music video by artist Roddy Ricch.
Alongside “Beats Studio Professional,” Apple can also be engaged on a successor to AirPods that would mix design parts of each customary AirPods and AirPods Professional.
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