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According to the Beats by Dre UK Twitter account, the black Powerbeats Pro will be available to pre-order Friday, May 31 for customers in the United Kingdom, France, and Germany.
The ad showcases professional boxer Anthony Joshua and highlights the nine-hour listening time of the Powerbeats Pro. Another advertisement released hours later features soccer player Eden Hazard wearing the athletic earphones, again mentioning the pre-order date.
The black Powerbeats Pro have been available to pre-order in the US and Canada with a ship date slated for late June. The summer will see additional colors being added to the Powerbeats Pro line including ivory, navy, and moss.
The fitness-focused earphones are Apple's first foray into a totally wireless Beats product, touting the same H1 chip as the second-generation AirPods, allowing for faster connection speeds and more stable connections between the earphones and your iOS devices. The Powerbeats Pro are also sweat and water resistant, connect independently via Class 1 Bluetooth, and features a voice accelerometer and multiple microphones for clearer phone calls.
According to regional Beats websites, MacRumors reports that customers in Australia, China, Japan, Korea, Austria, Italy, Spain, and several other countries will be able to pre-order their own Powerbeats Pro in black starting in June. The expanded color line rolling out in winter of this year.
Powerbeats Pro are priced at $249.95 in the United States, $329.95 in Canada, 219.95 in the UK, and $349.95 in Australia.