Beats owned by Apple is expected to introduce Fit Pro earphones in three new vibrant color options. Leaker @Jiroiku reported that Fit Pro will be available in yellow, blue, and pink colors.
Beats Fit Pro in-the-ear headphones, launched in November 2021, feature flexible wingtips and are powered by an H1 chip to offer Active Noise Cancellation, Transparency mode, Spatial audio with dynamic head tracking, “Hey Siri” support, and more.
[Update: Beats has officially launched Fit Pro headphones in the reported new color options. Users can order the Beats Fit Pro wireless earbuds in Tidal Blue, Coral Pink, and Volt Yellow color options with matching charging cases and ear tips from Beatsbydre.com.]
Last year, Beats launched the Fit Pro x Kim collection which added neutral color options to the wireless earbuds lineup: Moon, Dune, and Earth. The television star explained that the neutral color palate was designed to make earbuds “easily” blend in and to give users a neutral headphone collection which was missing in the market.
Beats Fit Pro to be available in Volt Yellow, Coral Pink, and Tidal Blue colors
The leaker claimed that new Volt Yellow, Coral Pink, and Tidal Blue color options were coming to the Fit Pro lineup.
New colors coming up on the Beats Fit Pro
— @email@example.com (@Jioriku) February 5, 2023
MacRumors investigated the report and confirmed that new color options are coming which were spotted on multiple Apple resellers’ websites in Europe and a tipster also shared the alleged images of the upcoming colors with the publisher.
Currently, Fit Pro retails for $199.99 and is available in Black, White, Stone purple, Sage Grey, Moon, Dune, and Earth.
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