Unannounced Beats Studio Buds show up in Apple’s most recent beta software
Besides producing some limited edition colors, Beats has been in somewhat of a peaceful period since the release of Beats Flex last October. In any case, it appears to be that the Apple-owned brand is planning to launch some new, high-end earbuds. As spotted by MacRumors, there are pictures of “Beats Studio Buds” in the most recent beta releases of iOS and tvOS. 9to5Mac likewise uncovered pictures of the charging case and some system animations of the earbuds.
The unannounced earbuds appear to be a lot of unique than the Powerbeats Pro, which have become a popular pick among the fitness crowd. These don’t have any ear snares at all, and they appear to have a diagonal steam that expands somewhat upward.
These pictures being included in “release candidate” works of Apple’s software could imply that the Beats Studio Buds are expected to be reported soon. The Verge has connected with Beats for comment. As indicated by 9to5Mac, the code relating to the earbuds affirms they’ll have noise cancellation, which is something that all Beats earbuds as of now need.
Apple is likewise expected to update its main AirPods earbuds at some point this year with a revamped design featuring abbreviated stems and other aesthetic subtleties acquired from the AirPods Pro. However, they’re probably going to hold the hard plastic, one-size-fits-most fit. Beats, be that as it may, is by all accounts staying with silicone tips for an in-ear seal.
Beats has been going through a transition period after previous president Luke Wood left Apple a year ago. Recently, it’s been supposed that Scott Croyle, some time ago of HTC, is playing a significant role in Beats hardware design.