Beats is Releasing Black Powerbeats Pro Earphones in May, Other Colors to Follow This Summer

Apr 23, 2019
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If you were planning to get your hands on the Beats Powerbeats Pro at launch, you might have to wait a bit longer for certain color options. This is due to the fact that at launch, the Beats Powerbeats Pro will only be available in black color. The remaining colors will be launched later this summer. Let’s dive in to see some more details on the matter.

Black Beats Powerbeats Pro To Launch In May, Remaining Colors To Be Available This Summer

As we have mentioned earlier, Powerbeats Pro will be available in stores across 20 countries in May and would continue to expand later this summer and fall. However, at launch, the Powerbeats Pro will only be available in the black color option and the remaining color will be launched sometime later this summer.

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The Beats Powerbeats Pro will cost $249.95 and the remaining colors constitute of ivory, moss and navy color options which have been showcased previously. In addition to this, there’s no official statement from Beats why the company is deciding to add a gap between color launches. Potentially, the decision is based on production since Black is the most popular color.

Yesterday, Apple received FCC certification to sell the Powerbeats Pro. With that said, it seems the company is on time and the launch could possibly take place in May as it was promised. The Powerbeats Pro will come with a black magnetic case for carrying and recharging purposes. In addition, the Black Lightning cable will also be part of the mix to charge the case. The different color options are only part of the Powerbeats Pro and not the remaining accessories. See more details here.

There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more details on the matter. What are your thoughts on the Beats Powerbeats Pro? Would you be interested in getting one at launch? Let us know in the comments.

Source: 9to5mac

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