Small enough to deliver your daily dose of music wherever you go, the Pill brings the Beats by Dr. Dre sound to your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or other Bluetooth-enabled devices. Music, calls, and movies never sounded so good.
Small size, big sound
Despite its compact size, the Pill delivers powerful sound. It's easy to enjoy soaring highs and deep, booming bass in every room of the house. The Pill is wireless and cord-free.
Change tracks from your iPhone
Control your music from your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, MacBook, or any other Bluetooth-enabled device from up to 30 feet away. The Pill frees you to roam, which means you’ll always have high quality sound near or far.
The Pill is lightweight so it won't slow you down and small enough to fit in whatever you’re carrying out the door. The carry case even comes with a handy carabiner so you can attach it to your backpack.
Take that call thanks to the Pill's Bluetooth capability and internal microphone. It makes talking on the phone easier and better sounding than ever before.
- Tap-to-pair with NFC technology for easy and instant Bluetooth 2.1 audio and supports SBC, aptX, AAC Codecs for high-quality streaming
- Provides clear, full-range sound delivered in a portable, lightweight package
- Internal microphone for Bluetooth call functionality; take calls without touching your iPhone
- Use the Aux input for other MP3 players, phones, PCs, or anything with an analog output for optimal sound from all devices
- Use the line out feature for easy connection to an external speaker system
Did you notice?Wireless and cord free, the compact Pill even has a carry case with a convenient carabiner.
Apple Recommends ForTake your daily dose of music from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch anywhere you go.
What's in the Box?
- Beats Pill Portable Stereo Speaker with Bluetooth
- 1.5 m audio cable (3.5mm to 3.5 mm)
- USB 2.0 charge/data cable
- Carry case with carabiner
- AC power adapter
- Other Features: Bluetooth
- Connections: Bluetooth
- Power Source: Battery Power
- Battery Type: Rechargeable Lithium-Ion
- Height: 1.8 in./4.57 cm
- Weight: 10.93 oz./310 g
- Length: 7.5 in./19.05 cm
- Mfr. Part Number: 900-00054-01
- UPC or EAN No.: 848447001903
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty: One-year limited
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Ratings & Reviews
A Real Pill of Speaker
I bought this product thinking it would handle bass well. It does not. I thought it would project sound well. It does not. I thoug I bought this product thinking it would handle bass well. It does not. I thought it would project sound well. It does not. I thought it would perform superiorly to the little Jambox. It does not. Even the tiny Logitec UE speaker is superior. I will take it back to the store today. …
- Written by Michael H M from Sausalito
119 of 147 people found this useful
Until you charge the Pill all the way, it will sound horrible and crackle and pop a lot; this makes the Pill very disappointing at Until you charge the Pill all the way, it will sound horrible and crackle and pop a lot; this makes the Pill very disappointing at first. After the charge, my Pill no longer crackles. This thing is extremely loud for its size and has really nice highs and mids. It is lacking a little bit on the bass, but you can still hear it. Personally, I feel like this should be about $50 cheaper since it's lacking the bass Beats are known for, but for the loudness, build quality, size and features, it's pretty much worth it. I didn't get mine from Apple but figured I'd try to help the reviews because I guarantee the people in the other reviews didn't let it fully charge before making their decision on taking it back. The packing is very nice and almost confusing when opening the first time. After using mine for a day, I really like it and suggest it to anybody looking for a portable bluetooth speaker. …
- Written by Zachary M from Owensboro
91 of 107 people found this useful
Not worth it
I thought that this product was going to be worth the $200 price tag but you shouldn't even waste your time. For this to be a beat I thought that this product was going to be worth the $200 price tag but you shouldn't even waste your time. For this to be a beats product it falls well below the beats standard. I went and bought a jambox instead and enjoy that much more than the staticky sound that the beats pill has. …
- Written by David E from San Antonio
72 of 99 people found this useful
There isnt much to say about this than wow...! Such a small thing producing such an amazing sound. I definitely recommend this lit There isnt much to say about this than wow...! Such a small thing producing such an amazing sound. I definitely recommend this little beast! …
- Written by Lukas R from Plzen
for such a little stereo the pill is really loud, but what I'm disapointed in is that the base is low, and it also crackles and po for such a little stereo the pill is really loud, but what I'm disapointed in is that the base is low, and it also crackles and pop when its truned up, but when it is fully charged it seems to be fine. …
- Written by Joelle W from Brandon
It works for me
I'll start by saying I haven't tried the JBL Charge, but compared to the original Jambox this thing is louder. It has good clarity I'll start by saying I haven't tried the JBL Charge, but compared to the original Jambox this thing is louder. It has good clarity, and while the bass is a little muted, it is there. For a unit at this size I find it pretty impressive. It's not as loud as the big jambox, but it'll take up a lot less room in your bag.
I haven't heard the crackling people have mentioned, but I can say I have done head to head comparisons between it and the jambox, and it sounds a little better to me, and is definitely louder.
If you're looking for a travel speaker, or one to kick around in different rooms of the house, I think it's a great option. …
- Written by Dave R from Arlington
1 of 1 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Does this speaker work with Sony Xperia andriod phone please?
- Asked by Dawn S
- Nov 27, 2013
Yes you can. When the battery is done, I plug in the supplied AC adapter and cable and after less th Yes you can. When the battery is done, I plug in the supplied AC adapter and cable and after less than 5 seconds, I can continue listening to my favorite music. …
- Answered by Mauricio O from Mission Viejo
- Nov 25, 2013
There is a power button on the back, I would know because I have one of these. I would highly recomm There is a power button on the back, I would know because I have one of these. I would highly recommend them. …
- Answered by Max R from Potomac
- Nov 29, 2013
How do you connect your ipad to the beat pill speakers
- Asked by Natasha M from Kew
- Sep 12, 2013
There are 2 ways, one of which is to Pair it as a bluetooth device in settings and the other is by c There are 2 ways, one of which is to Pair it as a bluetooth device in settings and the other is by connecting the audio cable from the headphone port on your iPad to the IN port on the speaker.
Hope this Helps :) …
- Answered by William T
- Dec 9, 2013
You usually cannot over charge a device as most power supplies will stop delivering power when the b You usually cannot over charge a device as most power supplies will stop delivering power when the battery is full, as long as you don't leave it charging for an excessive time (days or weeks) you should be fine.
Hope this Helps :) …
- Answered by William T
- Dec 9, 2013
whats the difference in sound output between this and the Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Air
- Asked by Jakeb B from Bacchus Marsh
- Jul 19, 2013
The Beats Pill is smaller and uses Bluetooth. The Zeppelin Air uses Airplay, so you will need a WiFi The Beats Pill is smaller and uses Bluetooth. The Zeppelin Air uses Airplay, so you will need a WiFi connection to play music from your iOS devive or Mac (which must have Airplay)If you want wireless. The B&W also has a iPod dock. I haven't heard the Beats Pill, but I would bet my right arm that the B&W is a superior product. Go to your nearest retailer and have a listen. If you want something small and portable, the B&W might not be it. If you want to impress with quality sound, get the B&W. Do your research, before buying the Beats Pill, I think they're are better. I don't like Bluetooth for tunes, unless it's with headphones in the gym. The Zeppelin Air will blow you away. …
- Answered by John F
- Nov 3, 2013