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Renders of the Apple Powerbeats 4 surface online


Beats Powerbeats Pro in a man's' hand.

Since Apple acquired Beats nearly six years ago, the company has released several noteworthy products. Thankfully, recently leaked information shared by WinFuture shows us that a new entry into the Beats lineup could be coming soon.

According to these leaked Apple Powerbeats 4 renders, the upcoming wireless earbuds resemble the more recent Powerbeats Pro rather than the Powerbeats 3. They feature the same general design as the Powerbeats Pro but with a cable connecting the two buds. Check them out:

Unfortunately, like their predecessors, the Powerbeats 4 won’t be truly wireless. This isn’t a deal-breaker for some, especially since this can make them easier to manage while working out.

On the other hand, the Apple Powerbeats 4 should come with the upgraded Apple H1 chip found in the AirPods Pro. This should provide improved stability and easier Bluetooth pairing, especially to other Apple products.

They should also come in a more comfortable, durable, and water-resistant housing. We can also expect higher-quality audio playback over the previous Powerbeats3 thanks to a wider frequency band.

Read also: What is Apple doing with Beats?

WinFuture also claims the Apple Powerbeats 4 will tout up to 15 hours of audio playback and fast charging support that should give users 60 minutes more playback time after five minutes of charging. We can also expect built-in voice control support as well as physical playback and volume controls.

There is no word on pricing or availability yet, but the Powerbeats 3 launched with a nearly $200 price tag. Though this is just speculation, we think Apple would likely keep the Powerbeats 4 in that same general price range.

Powerbeats 3 Wireless Earphones

The Powerbeats 3 are backed by Apple's W1 chip, which allows for fast-pairing with Apple devices. It also offers Siri control and up to 12 hours of playback.

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