Apple today has received FCC approval for its new Powerbeats4 wireless earbuds, of which a first image was found in the iOS 13.3.1 code. Here are all the details.
The FCC has listed the product under model number A2015 and is described as “Power Beats Wireless”In regulatory documents. There should be no doubt that this is just the new “Powerbeats4“, An updated version of Powerbeats3 with H1 chip designed by Apple to activate Siri’s voice commands. Thanks to this chip, there will also be a function that allows Apple’s voice assistant to read incoming messages aloud when the earphones are connected to our iPhone or iPad.
Apple already released the wireless Powerbeats Pro with “Hey Siri” support last year for 249 euros, while these “Powerbeats4” would have the two drivers connected with a cable and should be priced at 199 euros.
Usually the approval by the FCC anticipates Apple’s release by a few days, so they could see the light in a few days, unless the company wants to wait for the event to be held in March. However, it takes a few days to discover the real plans of the Cupertino company.