Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones Now Available to Order

Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones Now Available to Order

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Apple's new Powerbeats Pro wireless earphones are now available to order.

Powerbeats Pro are ready to go when you are. With Class 1 Bluetooth technology, these wireless earphones offer extended range and fewer dropouts so they stay connected as you keep moving. Each earbud connects independently to your device for better connectivity and freedom of use for music and phone calls. A voice accelerometer and multiple microphones target your voice and filter out external noise. They instantly set up—just open the case and hold near your iPhone—and then automatically connect to your Apple Watch, iPad, or Mac.

Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones Now Available to Order

Highlights:
● Totally wireless high-performance earphones
● Up to 9 hours of listening time (more than 24 hours with charging case)
● Adjustable, secure-fit earhooks for lightweight comfort and stability
● Reinforced design for sweat and water resistance during tough workouts
● Volume and track controls on each earbud, voice capability, and Auto Play/Pause
● Powerful, balanced sound with dynamic range and noise isolation
● “Hey Siri” hands-free voice2 and improved connection speed3 via the Apple H1 headphone chip
● Earbuds connect independently via Class 1 Bluetooth for extended range and fewer dropouts
● With Fast Fuel, a 5-minute charge gives 1.5 hours of playback when battery is low1
● Enhanced phone call performance and call handling from either earbud

Powerbeats Pro are currently available to order in black with more colors coming later this summer. They cost $249.95 and will arrive as early as May 13th.

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Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones Now Available to Order

Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones Now Available to Order

NoGoodNick - May 5, 2019 at 4:07am
I gotta admit, they sound promising, but at $100 more than the already overpriced AirPods, I’m gonna pass. The Siri feature, while handy, doesn’t add much, as Siri hasn’t been updated in ages and I rarely use it. I’ve got a BUNCH of aging devices, so I’m prepared to buy a LOT of new devices this year, but it all depends on how stupid Apple is about pricing. If they’re as bad as last year, I’ll sit out updating for ANOTHER year. Meanwhile, continually refusing to admit that Cook screwed up, it already sounds as if Apple has already given up on the iPhone as their central money-maker, so I’m guessing there will be LESS reason to pay those prices than ever.
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