We only talked about it a few days ago as a theory, but by now it's official: it's uptime, sounds good, but its price is close to the Pro version.
As previously reported, the numbered PowerBeats series continues, unveiling the fourth generation, which puts the glove on the noticeably more expensive PowerBeats Pro, and extends beyond its lifetime. What puts PowerBeats 4 down is the traditional cable solution that connects the two headphones, and also the traditional Lightning connector charge instead of the charger case: that is the amount of compromise you'll probably want to make for many considering the $ 150 PowerBeats 4 and 250 $ PowerBeats Pro.
PowerBeats 4 does not miss out on the Apple H1 chip, which promises lightning-fast connectivity, “Hey, Siri” and high-quality transfer with Apple products, while its design is one-on-one with Pro. With a built-in battery, PowerBeats 4 promises 15 hours of battery life, and the Fast Fuel Fast Charging Standard promises 1.5 hours of music playback in just 5 minutes when the battery is completely discharged.
The white, black and red headset comes packaged with a USB A – Lightning cable, but for the time being we can't afford anything for the domestic price, but under $ 50- $ 55,000, the gross opening price is probably $ 60- $ 65,000. The previous one, PowerBeats 3, is currently available for $ 55,000, while the PowerBeats Pro version is priced at around $ 75,000.