Beats Studio Buds leak confirms a switch from Lightning to USB-C port


  • Images and different particulars of the Beats Studio Buds have leaked thanks to a regulatory itemizing.
  • The itemizing confirms that the stemless Apple earbuds will switch from a Lightning to a USB-C port for charging.
  • The second-gen AirPods Pro are anticipated to borrow design parts from the brand new Beats buds.

Apple’s subsidiary Beats is readying a new set of true wireless earbuds that might pave the best way for future AirPods design. Called the Beats Studio Buds, photos of the earbuds had been first spotted in Apple’s personal beta software program. Making issues extra official, the Beats Studio Buds have now appeared (h/t MacRumors) on Taiwan’s NCC (National Communications Commission) database.

The Beats Studio Buds as soon as once more flaunt their stemless design on the regulatory web site. They don’t have any ear wraps just like the Powerbeats Pro and are extra compact with an in-ear design. Apple can also be reportedly testing a related, stem-free design for the second-gen AirPods Pro.

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Another noteworthy change described within the regulatory itemizing is the dearth of a Lightning port. Instead, the oval charging case makes use of a USB-C port for charging. This is a first for Apple as earlier Beats headphones and AirPods have all charged over a Lightning connector. If Apple is switching up ports on the Beats Studio Pro, we would additionally see the change on future AirPods.

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Elsewhere, the earbuds are anticipated to provide an Apple chip for fast pairing and the “Hey, Siri” perform. The code present in Apple’s beta software program additionally revealed that the earbuds would pack noise cancellation.

There’s no phrase on when the Beats Studio Buds will launch. But they shouldn’t be far off, given the regulatory itemizing. They’ve additionally been noticed on NBA star Lebron James and American rapper and songwriter Roddy Ricch.

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