New Beats Fit Pro feature active noise cancellation, H1 chip for $199.99

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Apple's Beats by Dre subsidiary officially unveiled the Beats Fit Pro, a new pair of wireless headphone equipped with active noise cancellation and aimed at the fitness market.

The Beats Fit Pro sport an Apple H1 chip, which affords it all the conveniences of AirPods — including Find My integration, automatic device switching, an eartip fit test, and Hey Siri.

Beats Fit Pro earbuds in black with case

Beats Fit Pro


Powered by the Apple H1 chip, Beats Fit Pro offer up to seven hours of listening time and the choice between Fully adaptive Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) and Transparency modes.

Like the AirPods Pro, the Beats Fit Pro also feature active noise cancellation and transparency mode, as well support for Apple's spatial audio with dynamic head tracking in Apple Music.

The Beats Fit Pro feature a wingtip design that's the company says will allow for a "comfortable and stable fit on any ear shape or size." Beats claims that the wingtip design was "digitally modeled suing measurements from thousands of ears to achieve the performance combination of soft, pliable material around a rigid core."

Like AirPods Pro, the Beats Fit Pro also come with interchangeable ear tips. They also use a skin detect sensor to automatically control playback when placed in or removed from ears.

Beats says the new earbuds are rated to last up to seven hours of listening time, or six hours if ANC is enabled. The USB-C charging case provides up to 21 hours of additional battery life.

The Beats Fit Pro are available in Stone Purple, Sage Gray, White, and Black. They are available to purchase starting Monday for $199.99.