The Powerbeats 4 feature a new design with their cable coming down from the rear of the earbuds. | Image: WinFuture
Images of Apple’s unannounced Powerbeats 4 earbuds have appeared online for the first time, along with new details about their specs. WinFuture reports that the earbuds will have up to 15 hours of battery life this time around, up from the 12 hours you’d get from the Powerbeats 3, released in 2016. Five minutes of charging will get you 60 minutes of playback, according to WinFuture.
Internally, the earbuds will reportedly use Apple’s new H1 wireless chip, similar to the Powerbeats Pro, which should mean support for features like “Hey Siri” and “Announce Messages with Siri.” The earbuds will reportedly be available in black, white, and red. The Powerbeats 3 cost $199.95, but pricing for the Powerbeats 4 headphones remain unknown.tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts