Last month, the latest versions of tvOS and iOS leaked images of Apple’s upcoming ‘Beats Studio Buds’ in-ear wireless earbuds, soon after the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved the new Beats-branded headphones for public launch.
Today, more images and details have appeared in the Taiwan’s National Communications Commission (NCC) database (via MacRumors). The database photos also give a good idea about the size of the earbuds.
The Beats Studio Buds feature silicone tips and a small body that houses electronics, with a Beats logo visible. For charging purposes, the Beats Studio Buds come with an oval-shaped charging case made from matching plastic material.
“The Beats Studio Buds use a USB-C cable for charging, according to the database, which means there’s a USB-C port on the case rather than a Lightning port. So far, AirPods and past Beats headphones like the Powerbeats Pro have charged over Lightning, so this could signal a further shift to USB-C.”
Earlier leaks have shown that the Beats Studio Buds will come in multiple colours, including black, white, and red, and there will also be a matching oval-shaped charging case.