Beats Powerbeats Pro – The true Apple AirPods 2 alternative release date revealed

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    Beats’ Powerbeats Pro has been leaked and hyped for quite some time. 9to5Mac has reported extensively on the upcoming true wireless Apple AirPods 2 alternative earbuds from Beats.

    Both Beats Powerbeats Pro and Apple AirPods 2 are from the same parent company Apple. So if you are confused in between these two products then keep on reading this guide.


    Apple AirPods 2 has a sleeker and more functional design but their glossier and loose fit hampers the noise isolation.

    Beats Powerbeats Pro vs Apple AirPods 2

    On the other hand, Powerbeats Pro has a sporty design with ear hooks which provides a firm grip and proper sound isolation. Powerbeats Pro is designed for athletes.

    Audio Quality

    Looking at the Powerbeats Pro design leaks, the earbuds will provide good isolation and deeper bass.

    CNET editor David Carnoy has tried out the Powerbeats Pro before their launch and he points out the rich, clean bass in comparison to Apple AirPods 2. Both earbuds claim to have ambient noise cancellation during calls.


    According to Apple AirPods 2 will provide a listening time of 24 hours is the battery of the charging case is considered.

    However, if you are considering the battery of earbuds only, then the Powerbeat Pro will beat AirPods 2 by 4 hours. Powerbeats Pro will give you nine hours of listening time in a single charge.

    Airpods 2 vs Beats Powerbeats Pro

    According to the report by CNET Apple also claims that Powerbeats Pro will provide about half an hour of listening in a 5 minutes charge.


    The traditional variant of AirPods 2 costs $160 and the variant with charging case cost $200. The Powerbeats Pro is expected to priced at $250 which is $100 more than the AirPods 2.

    Availability and Launch Date of Powerbeats Pro

    According to a 9to5Mac report, the Powerbeats will be available for preorder on on May 3 in the United States and Canada.


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