Apple’s next True Wireless earbud may come before Airpods 3, If recent leaks are any indication. Here is everything we know about the rumored Beats Studio Buds.
It is interesting to note that there was also the iOS 14.6 beta, where Apple’s new lossless audio tier was later seen before it was confirmed by Apple, meaning that we would have a similar series of events about the rumored Studio Buds can see.
So when can Beats Studio Buds launch, how can they look and what features will they have?
When will beats studio buds release and how much will they cost?
We don’t know what the exact date Studio Buds is going to announce, but we would expect them to be launched as soon as they leaked from the beta for iOS 14.6. The iOS update may roll out anywhere between now and the beginning of June.
There is no word on the price of the Beats Studio buds, but the last true wireless pair of previous Beats, the Powerbeats Pro, was priced at £ 219.
What does Beats Studio Buds look like?
The most obvious difference between Studio Buds and previous Beats earbuds lies in the design.
According to Moser, who viewed images of Studio Buds in tvOS 14.6 and iOS 14.6 beta, the earbuds are smaller and look similar to Samsung and Google earbuds such as the Galaxy Buds Pro and Pixel Buds 2.
Unlike Powerbeats, Studio Buds are expected to feature a true wireless design and will lose the hook that prevents Powerbeats and Powerbeats Pro from sliding off the wearer’s ears on the run.
They are expected to come in three colors – black, white and red – and will come with a matching oval shaped case.
What features will the new Beats earbuds have?
There is not much about the features of Studio Buds.
According to 9to5Mac, which snagged a peak in internal iOS 14.6 files, earbuds will come with a smart charging case.
Earbuds will pack an Apple chip – the report doesn’t go into detail on which, but we’ll imagine either the H1 or W1 chip – to enable instant pairing as well as activate Siri voice assistance. Studio buds are also said to feature noise-canceling, which puts them on par with AirPods Pro compared to standard AirPods.