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Apple Powerbeats Pro, the water-resistant wireless earphones launched

Apple Powerbeats Pro claims to provide 1.5 hours of playback after just 5 minutes of charging and up to 4.5 hours after 15 minutes of charging.

Suhail Sattar Suhail Sattar
New Delhi Published on: April 04, 2019 17:44 IST
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Apple Powerbeats Pro, the water-resistant wireless earphones launched

Apple has unveiled its new wireless earphones called the Powerbeats Pro that come with up to 9 hours of listening time, adjustable, secure-fit earhooks as well as sweat & water resistance. The Powerbeats Pro has been launched in Black, Ivory, Moss and Navy colours.

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Apple Powerbeats Pro highlights and specifications

The Apple Powerbeats Pro comes with a reinforced design that aid in sweat and water resistance with adjustable, secure-fit earhooks that allow stability and comfort. It gets Class 1 Bluetooth technology that offers very few dropouts, backed with extended range.

It gets hands-free controls via “Hey Siri” on iOS devices and comes with the Volume and track control on each earbud by which users can play both sides or just one at a time. The Powerbeats Pro also gets sensors that can detect when the earphones have been plugged to the ears to start playing music and gets paused when taken out. It offers 9 hours of playback on a single charge with up to 24 hours more using the charging case. Users can also get 1.5 hours of playback with just 5 minutes of charge.

Apple Powebeats Pro

The Apple Powerbeats Pro is priced at $249.95 (Rs. 17,260 approx.) and will go on sale in the US soon followed with twenty other countries that include The UK, Switzerland, Spain, Sweden, Singapore, Portugal, Puerto Rico, New Zealand, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Macau, Lichtenstein, Japan, Ireland, Italy, Hong Kong, Germany, Greece, Finland, France, Denmark, Canada, Belgium, Australia and Austria.

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