Apple Rumored to Release Powerbeats Pro in Colors for Summer

“Cloud Pink,” “Glacier Blue,” “Spring Yellow” and “Lava Red.”

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New rumors have surfaced suggesting that Apple may be releasing its Powerbeats Pro in four new colors for Summer.

Originating from a Weibo account named WaveTech, the sportier wireless earphones will potentially arrive in “Cloud Pink,” “Glacier Blue,” “Spring Yellow” and “Lava Red.” While the source does not have a known track record of leaking accurate news on Apple, many outlets more affiliated with the tech giant’s plans have seem to show support for the current rumor.

The Powerbeats Pro were first launched back in April of 2019, and is currently available in a range of more subtle and staple colors including black, ivory, moss and navy. Given Apple’s track record of updating its color options for other models such as the Beats Solo or Studio headphones, it may come as no surprise that it would now be offering four vibrant additions to spice things up.

The news also comes on top of another rumor earlier this year that Apple may be releasing Powerbeats Pro 2, although certain documents have now suggested that instead of a full second iteration, the tech company will only be making small tweaks to the current generation.

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