Apple’s Beats Fit Pro wireless earbuds with Active Noise Cancellation, Transparency mode, and a flexible wingtip design are set to launch internationally later this month with availability for most countries starting on January 24 including Canada, the United Kingdom and more, while Japan will get the new earbuds on January 28.
Beats Fit Pro are slated for international release later this month
Apple’s Beats Fit Pro are advertised as “its most advanced earphones to date.” Powered by Apple’s H1 chip for instant device pairing and switching, the fitness-centered earbuds feature active noise cancellation technology that includes Transparency mode. This, of course, makes them an excellent alternative to Apple’s own AirPods Pro.
The earbuds come equipped with comfortable, secure-fit wingtips that flex to fit your ear. The design was put to the test by athletes of all kinds, says the company. In addition to this, Beats Fit Pro feature pressure-relieving vents to ensure users can wear them comfortably, all day long.
Beats Fit Pro offer up to 6 hours of listening time while the USB-C-equipped charging case offers up to 24 hours of combined playback. The earbuds are IPX4-rated sweat and water-resistant. Note that they are compatible with Apple’s iOS Find My app which can help users locate the earbuds if they are lost.
The $200 earbuds launched in the United States in November and in China in December of last year. On Monday, the Cupertino tech giant began listing the earbuds on its regional online stores outside the United States although they are labeled “currently unavailable” to order. Several official BeatsByDre Twitter accounts also teased the international launch with the tweet, “Something new is coming.”
The earbuds are expected to launch in most countries on Monday, January 24. However, they will become available on January 28 in Japan. Beats Flex Pro are available in four colors: Beats Black, Beats White, Stone Purple, and Sage Gray.