Beats Studio Buds in Apple’s beta software

An excitement drives through our way when the news about Beats Studio Buds breaks out unexpectedly. The seekers looking for the wireless earbuds may now wait for the confirmation and an official announcement of launching the Beats Studio Buds by Apple. These high-end earbuds will be available in their beta version software for tvOS and iOS, as reported. The images featuring the Beats Studio Buds with its charging case, along with three different colors black, white and red, also surfaced in the media revealing its look to the masses.

The media outlets like MacRumors and 9to5Mac provide the brief about the Beats Studio Buds. The earbuds will support active noise cancellation. They are reportedly made up of silicon ear tips rather than hard plastic. These earbuds will be available without ear hooks, similar to Powerbeats Pro. Also, the images suggest these buds have a shorter nozzle as used by AirPods Pro.

Apple has announced the previous day that Apple Music subscribers will be offered lossless audio and hi-res audio format music without having to pay an extra charge. Also, the feature may not be available for Apple AirPods Max.

The rumors regarding the upcoming Beats Studio Buds by Apple are certainly a matter of elation for all. Not much has yet been revealed or confirmed either, that remains waited to be confirmed without any further delay.

Apple AirPods earbuds are also expected to get updated shortly with some overhaul in the design including reduced stems and other design aspects inspired by the AirPods Pro. The AirPods, however, may still reclaim its hard plastic body and the same fit.

 Apple’s former President Luke Wood left the company the previous year which led to a switch over for Beats Studio Buds. Meanwhile, Scott Croyle of HTC will reportedly take over the position to work specifically for the Beats Studio Buds hardware.