Beats Studio Buds pass through NCC with USB-C charging

Apple
Tamsin Rodriguez11 June 2021Last Update : 1 year ago
Beats Studio Buds pass through NCC with USB-C charging

Apple-owned Beats is expected to launch a new pair of TWS earbuds. Beats Studio Buds are a pair of strapless TWS earbuds that were recently leaked in a newer version of iOS, and the famous basketball star LeBron James was also seen with the new knobs.

The latest news as reported by MacRumors shows the same pair of earplugs as they passed through the Taiwanese communications authority. The National Communications Commission (NCC) certified the new knobs, and the accompanying photos revealed a USB-C charger cable.


Source: NCC / MacRumors

Buds itself has a stylish design like Galaxy Buds with a small body that houses the electronics. A Beats “b” adorns what may be a playback touchpad. The ear tips can be replaced and may be made of silicone.

Source: NCC / MacRumors
Source: NCC / MacRumors

Source: NCC / MacRumors

Recent Beats products use the Lightning connector for charging just like AirPods, but perhaps the Apple-owned company thinks it can accommodate more Android users by switching to the universal charging connector. Either that or Apple ultimately plans to wean all of its products away from the Lightning connector. (MacBooks and iPad Pro are charged via USB-C). Should this happen (and there have long been rumors that it would), the iPhone would be the very first Apple product to switch.

Leaky picture of Beats Studio Buds in red, black and white
Leaky picture of Beats Studio Buds in red, black and white

Apple’s successor to the AirPods Pro is rumored to share Studio Bud’s general design – one without stems. In any case, we expect Beats Studio Buds to arrive very soon considering their mention in iOS 14.6.

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