Beats true wireless headphones, which have been exposed many times, are now finally appearing on Apple‘s official website and Beats official website. The headphone named “Beats Studio Buds” uses the same design as the rumors. There is no headphone handle and three colors of black, white, and red are available. The headset is controlled by physical buttons, which can be divided into three types: single-click, double-click, triple-click, and long press.
Beats Studio Buds is more like a cheap version of AirPods Pro, priced at $149.99, supports noise reduction and transparency mode. But it is not equipped with Apple W1 or H1 chip, which means that spatial audio and cross-device automatic switching functions will not appear on this headset.
The charging box of this headset uses a USB-C instead of a Lightning interface. This interface is currently widely used by Android phones, and the iPhone still uses the Lightning interface. In other words, Beats Studio Buds seems to be more friendly to Android phone users on the interface compared to the iPhone. Of course, for users who only have an iPhone in hand, the spatial audio and cross-device automatic switching functions provided by the W1 and H1 chips do not seem so important. If you want a TWS headset that supports noise reduction and wants to spend less, Beats Studio Buds may also be a good choice.