Apple, which owns the Beats brand, has released the fourth generation of Beats Studio Pro headphones. The device supports spatial audio and is fully compatible with the Apple ecosystem. You can buy Beats Studio Pro for $350.
Headphones are built on the basis of 40 mm drivers, which reduce sound distortion by 80% compared to the previous generation model. Declared support for Spatial Audio technology, which Apple uses in AirPods branded headphones. We also improved the microphone system responsible for active noise reduction and transparency mode.
Beats Studio Pro can connect to devices using Bluetooth, USB-C, or a standard 3.5mm audio jack. Calling Apple’s voice assistant using the “Hey Siri” command is supported. Lost headphones can be tracked in Apple Find My and Google Find My Device.
On a single full charge, the headphones can work up to 40 hours without active noise cancellation and up to 24 hours with it. Fast Fuel technology charges Beats Studio Pro in 10 minutes for 4 hours of battery life.
Beats Studio Pro is available now from Apple for $350. Shipments will begin this month, but for the first time, the headphones will only be available in the US, Canada, Germany and France. Netizens noted that Apple, under the Beats brand, released a competitor to the AirPods Max, which in many ways surpasses the headphones from Apple itself. For example, AirPods Max only come with a proprietary Lightning port, while Beats Studio Pro comes with USB-C and 3.5mm. The Beats are also lighter and cheaper, but have all the features of the AirPods Max.