A lowercase “b” adorns the outside of each earpiece and serves as a button for controlling media and calls (more on that later). On the underside of each bud are two magnets and an integrated skin detection sensor to facilitate automatic ear detection. This works in the same way as the sensor in the AirPods (3rd generation) to provide more responsive auto-play/pause. This is especially important since the Beats Pro Fit is targeted at workout enthusiasts and has an IPX4 waterproof rating, so it should be sweat-proof. However, it is not waterproof, so care should be taken when using it in a pool or on the beach. It is also not dustproof, so keep it away from sandy beaches. On the outside of the buds are touch controls that allow you to play or pause music and skip between songs. A long press enters ambient listening mode, turns off noise cancellation, and a second long press turns it back on. Seeing how well the Studio Buds worked on both iOS and Android platforms, one would think that the Fit Pro would use the same proprietary chipset. However, that did not happen. Instead, Beats has gone back to the H1 chip, keeping the Fit Pro heavily intertwined with Apple’s ecosystem. The earbuds play nice with Android devices via the Beats mobile app and Bluetooth 5.0, but most of the software perks tied to the H1 chip remain exclusive to the iDevice.

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