The Beats Pill speaker is lightweight enough to take along and set up anywhere. It's also small enough to fit in whatever bag or luggage you’re carrying out the door. So you’ll always have high-quality sound wherever you are.
Tap to amplify
Two is louder than one. Sync two Pills by tapping them together to play the same song.
Tap to stereo
The new surround sound. Just tap two Pills together twice to make one Pill the left output and the other the right.
One charge gives you up to seven hours of continuous play. Charge your Pill almost anywhere, from your Mac’s USB port to any outlet.
- Small but loud ultra-portable sound system
- Quick and easy pairing to any Bluetooth-enabled iOS device or other Pill
- Amplify or Stereo your music by tapping two Pills together
- Built-in mic for hands-free calls and conference calling
- Seven-hour rechargeable battery
- Charge Out: use the Pill to charge your iPhone or any external USB device
Did you notice?Though it’s small, this speaker delivers an impressive audio punch.
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 (3.5 mm to 3.5 mm)
- USB 2.0 charge/data cable
- Soft-shell carry case
- AC power adapter
- Quick start-up guide
- Other Features: Bluetooth
- Connections: Bluetooth
- Power Source: Battery Power
- Battery Type: Rechargeable Lithium-Ion
- Height: 4.5 cm/1.8 in.
- Weight: 10.93 oz./310 g
- Length: 19 cm/7.5 in.
- Mfr. Part Number: 900-00089-01
- UPC or EAN No.: 848447004485
- 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
Great volume, bad bass.
I had this speaker all of 3 hrs, and I wasn't a fan. I have to admit that it does have good volume, and some of the features on i I had this speaker all of 3 hrs, and I wasn't a fan. I have to admit that it does have good volume, and some of the features on it are great, but there is absolutely no bass and the higher you put the volume, the more popping and cracking you'll get.
It did rate a 3 due to the packaging, the ascetics, and a few of the feature, ie. NFC and charge out, but due to the utter lack of low end and the cracking and popping and it was a no go for me.
I do have a pair of the Beats by Dre ear buds, and I love those, which is why I bought this speaker, but I must admit it was a big let down. If you're ok with the sound and want a super portable speaker, I'd say go for it, but stay away if you're looking for something that sounds at least half way decent. …
- Written by Justin T from Vancouver
13 of 16 people found this useful
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lets start with the packing, classy and creative and you will keep the box cuz its dope. the size is cute and the sound is amazing lets start with the packing, classy and creative and you will keep the box cuz its dope. the size is cute and the sound is amazing,. its looks hot on any dresser or night stand and its pretty fly to whip it our of your handbag and cuz it comes with a beautiful engineered carrying case. its hot and worth every cent. i love mine and i don't feel bad that i got it, i was using a sound bar and it was crazy,to big and a mrs with the wires... i watch movies in my bathroom when applying my makeup and doing my hair or listening to an educational podcast…and it looks amazing sitting there on my bathroom counter..it looks hot everywhere!!!!!..you will like it trust me….AND BEST PART….DR DRE…that means quality…
]get it…..its hot….and sound is amazing I'm watching netflix right now as I'm typing and its like surround sound…
take care..let me know what you think after you get yours!
btw````i got mine at the APPLE STORE!!!! …
- Written by Susan P from New Smyrna Beach
18 of 32 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
what is the difference between beats pill 1.0 and 2.0
- Asked by Sylvia H
- Dec 18, 2013
2.0 includes the charge-out feature, allowing you to plug a usb cable into the bottom of the pill to 2.0 includes the charge-out feature, allowing you to plug a usb cable into the bottom of the pill to charge your iPhone or iPad. …
- Answered by Frank H from Arcadia
- Dec 20, 2013
can i charge the pill speaker through the in jack
- Asked by Wayne T from Debert
- Feb 7, 2014
No, you can't, you can only charge through the charging cable.
- Answered by Mike P from Linden
- Mar 1, 2014
Does the beats pill 2.0 still crackle at high volumes
- Asked by Jesse S from Newtown
- Feb 3, 2014
No, the sound is perfectly clear and good quality.
- Answered by Mike P from Linden
- Mar 1, 2014
Does it work with FaceTime calls from an iPad air
- Asked by Jenny W from Mountain Creek
- Feb 2, 2014
Does this product need WiFi to use?
- Asked by Robert H from California
- Dec 15, 2013
No it does not require WiFi to be used. Just a device that supports bluetooth and it will do great.
- Answered by Brandon C from Lake Mary
- Dec 16, 2013
what is the purpose of the button labelled in and out oN beats pill
- Asked by Mary-kate J
- Dec 22, 2013
They are not buttons, they are standard 3.5mm audio jacks. The "in" jack is used to connect a cable They are not buttons, they are standard 3.5mm audio jacks. The "in" jack is used to connect a cable to the headphone or auxiliary out jack of a sound source that does not have bluetooth or NFC ("Near Field Communication") output capability. The "out" jack on the Pill would be used to connect the Pill to some other sound system. For example, if there was a larger sound system in the room that you wanted to wirelessly connect to the music on your iPhone 5s, but the larger sound system didn't support bluetooth or Apple AirPlay, you could pair your iPhone to the Pill via bluetooth, then use a cable to connect the Pill via its "out" jack to an input jack on the larger sound system. (There are less expensive ways to add bluetooth connectivity to systems, but if you have the Pill on hand anyway - it is a portable device after all - then this is one way to accomplish it.) Have a nice day! …
- Answered by John W from Gaithersburg
- Dec 26, 2013