Apple and Beats have refreshed some of its headphone lineups, adding new colors and bringing old ones back.
Starting with the Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones we have a new Camo Collection. You still get the same W1 chip inside as well as up to 22 hours of battery life. And you’ll still need to pay the $349 asking price to get a pair. They do look rather snazzy, though.
The BeatsX have their Defiant collection back with black and red colors available for $99.95. These are some gorgeous earbuds and if you don’t need the true wireless offerings that are available elsewhere these are a great option.
The Solo3 headphones have the Satin Collection back, too. Satin Silver and Satin gold are available now. They still cost $199.95 and have the same 40 hours of battery life and Apple’s W1 chip, too.
To go with all of this there’s a new Apple Lightning to 3.5mm audio cable on offer. It’s black and looks great as far as cables go.
But it’s a whole ton of money coming in at $35. That’s a lot, but if you’re using an iPhone that doesn’t have a headphone jack it might be worth the money. Or you could just go wireless, of course.
Apple did previously offer a third-party cable from Belkin, but even that wasn’t cheap at $30. It might be worth an extra five bucks to get a first-party cable, though.
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