Apple’s fitness-focused Beats Fit Pro true wireless earbuds are slated to launch in more countries around the world as an addition to the U.S and China.
Beats Fit Pro is Beats’ latest high-end earbuds that focus on fitness features and blend with other technologies borrowed by Apple. These features vary from wingtips for better ear positioning to Spatial Audio, Noise Cancellation, and H1 support inspired by AirPods Pro and AirPods Max. Fit Pro is priced at $200.
The earbuds first debuted in the U.S back in November and China in December 2021, with Apple noting that the earbuds are slated to launch sometime in 2022. Looks like “sometime” is about to end as listing of the earbuds have appeared in Apple Online Stores in regions outside the U.S.
Yesterday, Beats’ official Twitter account tweeted that “Something new is coming”, teasing the possibility of the soon-to-be-released Beats Fit Pro.
ⓘ Something new is coming.
— Beats By Dre UK (@beatsbydreUK) January 10, 2022
Meanwhile, the Japanese version of the tweet states that the launch of the earbuds is on January 28:
“Sorry I made you wait. Noise-canceling earphones ‘Beats Fit Pro’ will be released in Japan from January 28th. A wingtip that fits your ears perfectly. Supports spatial audio with dynamic head tracking. Equipped with convenient functions such as automatic device switching using the Apple H1 chip. The price is 24,800 yen including tax.”
Finally, the wireless earbuds are now expected to launch in Canada and Europe on January 24, though Apple’s Online Stores state that the product is “coming soon” with no official date.