The new Beatsare similar in function to Apple's AirPods, but are more robust and designed to withstand work-piece abuse. They are water resistant so they can handle your sweaty ears, and include for easy pairing.
But let's not be fooled by the minimalist black design that these workout-friendly beats earphones do not have many features. With Powerbeats Pro headphones, you have a handful of clever ways to simplify control and tailor it to your ears.
As part of CNET's new How To Do It All YouTube channel, we'll show you how to set up the powerbeats, pair them with different phones, sync them to an iCloud account through your devices, and integrate built-in features such as automatic ear recognition. We also guide you through using it on an Android phone, resetting the charging case and adding the battery widget to your iPhone.
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We have the Powerbeats with an iPhone XS ($ 1,000 at Best Buy) and Google Pixel 3 ($ 813 at Walmart) Apple Watch Series 3 ($ 399 at Walmart) iPad Air ($ 179 at Amazon) and MacBook Pro ($ 1,500 at Best Buy) .
And to see how the earphones are compared to the AirPods, read AirPods vs..
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