Beats Fit Pro Launch Worldwide With Similar Features as AirPods Pro

Beats Fit Pro launch worldwide today after pre-orders began earlier in the week in the UK, Ireland, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Sweden, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, and elsewhere. The wireless earbuds were first released in the United States last November.

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Designed with fitness and athletes in mind, the Beats Fit Pro feature flexible wingtips for a more secure fit in the ear. The wireless earbuds have many of the same features as the AirPods Pro, including active noise cancellation with a "Transparency" mode, spatial audio with dynamic head tracking, an H1 chip for one-tap pairing and automatic switching between Apple devices, hands-free "Hey Siri" support, and more.

Other features and specs include up to six hours of listening time per charge, compatibility with Android devices, IPX4-rated water and sweat resistance, a USB-C charging case, customizable silicone ear tips with three size options, and more. For more details about Beats Fit Pro, read our hands-on coverage of the earbuds from last year.


Beats Fit Pro can be ordered through Apple's online store where sold, with black, white, stone purple, and sage gray color options.

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Top Rated Comments

sdanzig Avatar
27 months ago

The PowerBeats Pro suffered from this problem where if you aren't very deliberate when you put them back in the case, the next time you take them out to use them one or both might be dead because they didn't make connection in the case.

Has anybody heard of that happening with these?
So far no problems like that. The magnetic pull in the case seems to help ensure they're seated properly, and I haven't thought about it much.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
b11051973 Avatar
27 months ago
Got them when they released in the US. Love them.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
sdanzig Avatar
27 months ago

I just came home from picking up mine (Norway). I haven't even had the time to open them up yet.
So, as it was first released in the US in November, I guess there are plenty of experiences with these earbuds already.
What's your impression of these compared to the APPs? I'm thinking fit, sound quality, ANC and microphone quality.
Also, are the ear tips about the same size as the APPs? So that if medium size fits with my APPs, I'll likely use the medium tips with the Beat fit pros as well?
Any other "first things to do" to keep in mind?
After trying variants of Jabra, the Sony WF1000MX4's, and Apple's Air Pod Pros, I can say I've been happiest with the Beats Fit Pro, in terms of compatibility (with of course Apple products but also an Amazon tablet), and fit (the wingtips). The main issue I had especially with the Air Pod Pros (and also Jabra and Sony) are they just kept falling out. The wingtips solve that, and I don't need to push them in hard anymore, even for use on the treadmill. That is important enough to me for me to possibly skip the Air Pod Pro 2 when they come out. On a side note, I have used a non-wireless variant of Bose earbuds which were wingtip-style, and I'm assuming their actual wireless earbuds are similar. Those wingtips may have been a little better/sure-fitting, but, no direct experience there, and, I think those earbuds probably stick out too much from what I've seen (Sony's does too). Size-wise, medium is the best fit for me both with the airpod pros and these beats fit pro. I think that sizing consistency carries over to Jabra and Sony as well. Medium has always been the best fit for me. I'm not particularly an audiophile, so I don't think I'm a very good judge of the noise cancelling, but I hear fine on the treadmill when the Amazon tablet can only raise the volume so much for certain videos. I guess the main thing I'd have liked additionally is some way to control the volume, especially when using just one earbud... but none of the other brands get that right.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
djcerla Avatar
27 months ago
Fantastic product, just slightly osborned by the Pro 2’s features rumors.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Websnapx2 Avatar
27 months ago

Honest question though.
With the Studio Buds getting iCloud pairing, what is the justification for this one's price now?
My understanding is the fit and sound quality — these fit more people due to the small wingtip, and all the reviews I have seen say these are better sounding than the current AirPods Pro, and the Studios sound worse than the AirPods Pro. Also, these have Spatial Audio with dynamic head tracking and the Studios do not.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
kingrikk Avatar
27 months ago

How is the case quality? I have seen reports that's it's cheap feeling compared to the PowerBeats Pro.
Mine arrived today. The case is very flimsy, none of the positive actions of the AirPods. But also these stay in my ears, which is more important to me.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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