Apple-owned Beats has just announced its new true wireless headphones with an in-ear design, Beats Fit Pro. It comes with advanced specifications and features that make it a true top-of-the-line accessory — this, traditionally, for a high price.
The announcement comes shortly after the release of 3rd generation AirPods, presented with design and charging improvements. Beats Fit Pro, in turn, seeks to attract the fitness audience with its splash-resistant construction, certified by IPX4 certification, as well as tools that make its use more practical.
Beats Fit Pro Features
Based on their distinctive look, buds have stems that adapt to the user’s ear. According to Apple, surveys were designed to achieve the level of flexibility and use of the most suitable material for your body. The tips provide a good grip that prevents you from dropping and losing your headphones during your intense exercise routine.
The new headphones feature active noise cancellation (ANC) that performs real-time calibration to continuously identify unwanted sounds, optimizing your speaker output with drivers that promise a great stereo experience.
Promoting high performance and minimal latency to accessories, there’s the presence of the H1 chip, dedicated to advanced features like fast pairing, fluid switching between Apple devices — including the Mac, iPad, and iPhone — and automatic syncing with iCloud-connected devices.
The devices also have sensors for dynamic tracking of the user’s head position to optimize spatial audio, as well as automatically detecting whether they are in use or inactive in the user’s pocket, for example, automatically putting them into sleep mode.
This feature contributes to energy savings. Under these terms, the Fit Pro offers up to 7 hours of continuous play with an additional 18 hours provided by the charging case for a total of 24 hours. The ANC, when activated, reduces the autonomy to 6 hours. Apple claims that 5 minutes of recharge can yield 1 extra hour of use.