Apple’s Powerbeats Wireless Headphones Allegedly Spotted in iOS 12.2 Code: Is This Next?


Apple could soon introduce a really wireless edition of the Beats Powerbeats headphones. Just last week, there were rumors that Apple could be dealing with cordless Powerbeats headphones. iOS 12.2 apparently includes images that recommend Apple is undoubtedly working on the Powerbeats Pro. The concealed images in iOS 12.2 reveal the AirPods-like headphones along with a cordless charging case. Powerbeats Pro might deliver in Black and White colours.

The images and animations within iOS 12.2 were initially found by 9to5Mac. The publication likewise appears positive about the Powerbeats Pro branding. The upcoming really wireless headphones look comparable to Powerbeats3 however do not consist of any wires. Apple started rolling out iOS 12.2 on Monday, on all suitable gadgets.

Powerbeats Pro will deliver with a wireless charging case, much like the AirPods charging case, the report adds. iOS 12.2 is stated to include the image of the charging case in both black and white colors.

Last week’s rumors suggested Apple might launch the Powerbeats Pro headphones at some point next month. The headphones are also expected to consist of Apple’s H1 chip, which powers the just recently introduced second-generation AirPods. This implies Powerbeats Pro are most likely to support the ‘Hey Siri’ feature too.

Powerbeats Pro might use an official option to the AirPods, especially for those who may require a slightly much better fit. Powerbeats presently include adjustable ear tips and over-ear clips that work for those who use their headphones while working out or running.

It’s still uncertain how Apple might price the Powerbeats Pro really cordless headphones or how good the battery may be. Considering the highly polished renders that have actually already made their method into iOS 12.2, we’re most likely not very far from seeing them in the real life.

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