Apple’s Powerbeats 4 earbuds are yet to be officially confirmed by the tech giant, but leaked images and specs have already appeared online and they tease a new product upgraded to a level on par with the Powerbeats Pro.
According to WinFuture, the new earbuds will feature an impressive 15-hour battery life — that's an extra three hours longer than 2016's Powerbeats 3. There's also an option to charge the headphones quickly utilizing "Fast Fuel," which delivers 60 minutes of playback time after only five minutes of charging.
Instead of Apple W1, the earbuds have an H1 wireless chip built-in, which would provide a more stable connection to various devices. The H1 chip allows for voice assistant features like "Hey Siri" and "Announce Messages with Siri."
According to the leaks, the new earbuds will be available in black, white, and red. As yet the price remains unknown, however, the Powerbeats 3 cost $199.95.
We got our first (albeit accidental) look at the new earbuds in January when Apple released its iOS 13.3.1 update.