Renders show Beats Fit Pro earplugs that Apple will release in early November

Apple will release new Beats Fit Pro earphones in November, according to 9to5Mac. The in-ear earphones would have Apple’s H1 chip, noise canceling and a transparency mode. They can reportedly last seven hours on a single battery charge.

According to 9to5Mac, the earphones last a total of 27 to 30 hours if the battery of the charging case is added. According to the site, the Beats Fit Pro have a wireless range of up to 100 meters via bluetooth. A built-in accelerometer should also help the Beats Fit Pro with noise cancellation, but exactly how that technology works is not clear.

According to 9to5Mac, the earphones also get features tailored to Android users. For example, Android Fast Pair is reportedly supported, the battery level can be consulted on an Android device and the controls can be adjusted via the Beats app.

The earplugs come in black, gray, purple and white, and have a wing tip that helps them stay in users’ ears better. 9to5Mac writes that the earplugs can be ordered in the first week of November and that the first deliveries cannot be expected much later. No price is mentioned.