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Apple Set To Lunch True Wireless Beats Headphones This April

True wireless Powerbeats earbuds to be lunch in April by Apple.
True wireless Powerbeats earbuds to be lunch in April by Apple. 

Apple pretty much did nothing with its Beats brand of headphones in the previous year. Apart from launching new color options, there were no new Beats products, but the story could be change soon as Apple set to lunch the wireless Powerbeats headphones next month, according to a report from CNET.

 CNET’s source, who it says is close to the retail channel, says the new earbuds will reportedly use Apple’s new H1 chip which are used in the new wireless charging AirPods, and have the same always-on Siri voice assistant. It’s also expected to have a longer battery life than the AirPods, which have around five hours of listening time.

 The report claims that these Beats headphones will be the Beats version of the AirPods (whose second-gen models were recently launched) in the sense that they will be truly wireless.

 At the moment the closest thing we’ve got are the Powerbeats 3 which are wireless, but comes with a cable connecting the earbuds together.

The report claims that Apple could actually be planning a true wireless version of the Powerbeats 3, so if you do enjoy the sound signature and style of Beats headphones, then this could be something to look forward to.

 There is also a good chance that just like the AirPods 2, these Beats headphones could come with the new H1 chipset and also support for hands-free Siri.

Take it with a grain of salt for now, but Apple has been steadily releasing new products over the past week or so, with rumors that the AirPower wireless charging mat could be close behind.

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