Last week, rumors ran that Apple was working on a truly wireless version of its Powerbeats sports headphones, and today, the first images of the headphones, called Powerbeats Pro, leaked into the newly released iOS 12.2 update, through 9to5Mac .
The new headphones resemble the existing Powerbeats, minus the cable that connects them. In particular, Powerbeats would bring a new form factor to Apple's truly wireless headphone line, offering adjustable ear tips and over-the-ears clips for a more customizable fit than the one-size AirPod. And just like the AirPods, the new Powerbeats Pro will come with a charging case that will presumably recharge your headphones while you travel.
According to the original rumor, the Powerbeats Pro headphones will also feature the new Apple H1 wireless chip that the company presented together with the second-generation AirPods launched last week, which according to Apple offers better connectivity and duration of the battery, as well as "Hey, Siri" support. There is a Lightning connector visible on the back of the Powerbeats Pro case, but without further information we'll have to wait to see if you can recharge the case with Qi wireless charging, as you can with the updated 2019 AirPod.
Nothing is yet known about the final price or release date of the Powerbeats Pro headphones, but considering the fairly complete renders already included in iOS 12.2, we probably do not have to wait long before Apple reveal officially.