Apple has quietly removed the & quot; beats by dre & quot; page from its website ahead of Tuesday’s apple event, as it prepares to launch a new, lower cost homepod and a pair of airpods studio headphones. At present, this page can only be seen from a snapshot of the original page on wayback machine on October 2, while the latest snapshot on October 9 shows that the page is closed, indicating that Apple deleted it at some time between the two dates. < / P > < p > in the past few weeks, Apple has gradually removed beats related content from its support page on its official website, and quietly retired the beats updater utility, which was previously used to let users update firmware for beats wireless headsets, headphones and speakers. < / P > < p > while Apple still sells beats products in the headphones and speakers section of its online store, earlier this month, the company reported that its official website no longer sells headphones and wireless speakers from companies such as SONOS, Bose and Logitech. Apple has done similar things in the past, removing other brands of fitness trackers before launching the apple watch. < / P > < p > all these actions show that apple is preparing for new products. There are rumors that apple is developing several new audio products, including a smaller, cheaper homepod and a high-end Apple branded headset, which may be called & quot; airpods Studio & quot;, which will be sold with airpods and airpods pro. < / P > < p > the two new products are expected to be launched by the end of the year, and third-party audio products have been removed from online stores, suggesting that we may soon see Apple’s new audio devices, perhaps as soon as this Tuesday (October 13) at Apple’s & quot; Hi, speed & quot; event, when Apple will announce its new iPhone 12 series. Global Tech