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Apple’s Beats Studio Buds were a hit with consumers when they were released in 2021, offering a high-quality listening experience at an affordable price point. But it seems the company is not content to rest on its laurels, as it has been revealed that a new version of the popular earbuds is in the works.
The Beats Studio Buds+ have been spotted in FCC filings, suggesting that a launch could be imminent. The filings reveal that there are two listings, one for each Bluetooth-enabled earbud.
While details about the Beats Studio Buds+ are scarce, we first learned about the earbuds back in March following the launch of the iOS 16.4 release candidate. It is expected that the Beats Studio Buds+ will look similar to their predecessor and offer similar functionality, but with some key improvements.
One of the major upgrades is improved Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and Transparency. This will allow users to better control the amount of ambient noise they want to let in while listening to music or taking calls.
The Beats Studio Buds+ will also continue to use a Beats chip, which is known for delivering high-quality sound. However, with the addition of ANC and Transparency, it’s possible that the earbuds will come with a slightly higher price tag than the current $150 Beats Studio Buds.
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Apple has not yet announced a launch date or pricing for the Beats Studio Buds+, but the FCC filings suggest that it could be coming soon. It’s also possible that more information about the earbuds will be revealed at Apple’s upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June.