In less than a month of the Beats Fit Pro leak, the wearables are in. Beats just announced their earbuds with a flexible wingtip design for $200. Between the Studio Buds and the PowerBeats Pro, which do you find better? The Fit Pro has active noise cancellation, IPX4 water, and sweat resistance, plus seven hours of playback. A top-notch quality in sound should match with a top-notch design. Beats seems to offer that with their latest permanent feature.
The wings took a lot of research and user testing, according to Beats. From the right material that gives the most flexibility, they intend the Fit Pros to stick to your ear no matter what. Workout fiends try your hardest and put it to the test. Seriously. The H1 chip enables one-step pairing, automatic syncing across iCloud devices and auto-switching between Apple products. In addition, it includes dynamic head tracking for spatial audio and new skin detection sensors newly installed from the third-generation AirPods.
Yes, replacing the old IR sensor, these earbuds can pause when removed from the ears and resume playback when placed back in. However, this little newbie can also sense the difference between the ears and tight spaces in pants. Meaning, you won’t be setting off unwanted music randomly while you move a little too much. As if Apple didn’t have any more reason to go harder. Now, this wearable is aimed to effectively quiet the outside world in fashionable form. It comes in black, white, gray, purple, and pink.
Shipments start November 5th and based on The Verge’s reviews of the device so far, it seems to be the superior choice. In the meantime, you can check out the making behind the Beats Fit Pro design below.
Source: The Verge