Apple Beats Studio Pro receives FCC, IMDA certifications

Apple Beats Studio Pro receives FCC, IMDA certifications

Apple’s long-awaited Beats Studio Pro headphones have recently received a certificate from the IMDA organization in Singapore. The certificate confirms that the upcoming headphones, identified by the model number A2924, will be a low-power device equipped with Bluetooth connectivity. Apple’s Beats Studio Pro headphones have also appeared in the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

Earlier this year, a tech enthusiast found a reference in the macOS Ventura 13.4 code to a device called “Beats Headset” with the model number “A2924” and the identifier “BeatsStudioPro1,1”. It is widely believed that these references correspond to the upcoming Beats Studio Pro headphones.

Improved noise cancellation and transparency mode

Rumors suggest that Beats Studio Pro may be the successor to the Beats Studio 3 headphones, which were introduced in 2017. It is believed that the new model is the result of a collaboration between Apple and Samuel Ross, a well-known product and clothing designer from A-Cold-Wall, who recently joined Beats as a “chief design advisor”. The design of Beats Studio Pro is expected to be similar to its predecessor, but significant improvements are expected in terms of internal performance.

Apple is likely to replace the W1 chip used in Beats Studio 3 with its own custom-designed chipset. In addition, Beats Studio Pro is expected to have improved active noise cancellation capabilities and may introduce a transparency mode that will allow users to stay aware of their surroundings. In addition, users can look forward to the convenience of the “Hey Siri” feature.

These headphones are expected to be available in four color options: Black, Brown, Navy, and Ivory. Last month, Apple also introduced Beats Studio Buds+ headphones, which have an attractive transparent design and are available in two colors: Black and White.


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