- Answered by Rafael A from Barueri
- Flag as inappropriate Answer (Do the PowerBeats Pro earphones and case battery levels appear on the iphone like they do for the Airpods when the case is opened?)
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Battery level monitor
Unfortunately not, the only iPod that will be compatible with the PowerBeats Pro will be the iPod touch 6th Gen. All other iPods unfortunately will not be compatible.
No, wireless charging is not supported for Powerbeats Pro.
I wear glasses and want to know if the Powerbeat Pro fits comfortably while wearing glasses.
Based on the pictures, they are actually smaller. But, it's going to really depend on what feels right to you. There are tech bloggers with YouTube videos up and one guy has them on with his thick arm sunglasses and say they feel fine. I wear my Powerbeats 2's & 3's with glasses and sunglasses just fine and they feel great. Since Powerbeats Pro are smaller, I imagine they are going to feel fine too. You should go try them on if you can.
Are the Airpods significantly smaller?
The case is 3" Long x 3" Wide x 2" High.
Whether it fits in your pocket will depend on the size of your pocket.
It is significantly larger than the Airpods case.
For example I would leave the case at home when I go to work and just bring the headphones with me.
Yes you can, but depends how long you will be out, and how long you will be calling with, or how long are you going to listen music, for my experience I use just ones at time, listen music the whole day at work but I call a lot too like almost 7 hrs latter I have change it, So yes you can leave the case at home...! anyway each earbud have the same controls, MFB, Volume +-. I hope this can answer your question.
My Samsung TV Digital Audio Optical output is set to PDM. I am getting no sound over a SPIDIF to a
I have more than over 5 Apple devised, including separated devises. Can I connect with these at the
They will easily connect top any of your Apple Devices that are signed into the same Apple ID. You can only play audio from one device at a time but they will swap fairly seamlessly between devices.
No I don't believe so but with the H1 chip, switching between devices is seamless so it shouldn't be too much of an issue. But to answer your question, no they can only be connected to one device at a time.
I do, so I'd say yes. I'm sure that the case has circuitry to avoid overcharging, and possibly toasting the battery. A higher output charger may actually allow them to charge a little faster too.
I have always thought it would be great to listen to music while sitting in my steam shower but due
I have Powerbeats 3 Wireless and I wear them in the dry sauna all the time. My Powerbeats 2's and 3's still work. I've never worn them in a steam room though. Steam is smalller than water droplets, and you don't want that getting inside of your tech. I wouldn't. It's like wearing them in the shower. They are water resistant, not waterproof...
Is it possible to use them at the same time with my iPhone and my work laptop that is running Window
You can pair with as many non Apple device's as you wish. However you will have to go into that devices Bluetooth settings to select the Powerbeats Pro for playback when switching between non Apple devices.
Nop, doesn't have find mi iPhone,
about Voice Cancel I don't what did you mean?
Early reviews which only include minimal listening time state sound quality is better and quite amazing
Mainly just the Siri functionality, such as making requests and reading imessages back to you.
Yes you can. Apple outlines how to do it on their website (I tried to post the link in apple to it, but it wouldn't let me).
I did try to take it to the Apple store to purchase it there, but for some reason, my product was not coming up in their system so I just called the apple number they provided in the link above and purchased it that way. It was very simple and a flat $29 rate. The apple "specialist" did seem confused on how the new AppleCare+ for headphones/earphones works because he mentioned it was a subscription service (i.e. $29/month) but I highly doubt that as from the Apple description there is no mention of subscription warranty like how it can be for MacBooks/iphones. I believe its a 1 time charge for 2 years of coverage with the applicable deductibles.
Yes, I use my and I have not problem....!