Apple Rolls Out Beats Studio 3 Wireless Headphones Ahead Of IPhone 8

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Beats Electronics, the subsidiary of Apple, has revealed the heir of its Studio 2 wireless headphones. The roll out of this device came a week prior to the official revealing of the much-awaited iPhone X or the iPhone 8. Named as Studio 3 Wireless, the latest headphones are claimed to come with improved noise cancelling tech. It is accessible from the official website of the company at $349.95. There is no news as to when the new headphones will come to India.

The Beats Studio 3 Wireless has a latest Pure ANC (Adaptive Noise Canceling) tech so people can concentrate more on the voice instead of the surrounding noise. The device also comes with W1 chip of the company, which is the mind behind the Airpods of the company. The chip will assist bring improved proximity linking of the iPhone with the Beats Studio 3. It also assists bring a fast fuel charging and enhanced battery life.

Apple Rolls Out Beats Studio 3 Wireless Headphones Ahead Of IPhone 8

The chip further leads to give almost 22 Hours of playback time with the Pure ANC on. If the Pure ANC is off, the Beats Studio 3 Wireless can deliver almost 40 Hours of playback time. With 10 Minutes of charging, the fast fuel charging is claimed to deliver almost 3 Hours of playback time.

The new headphones share almost similar design viewed in the Studio 2. It has been cited that the iPhone consumer will also be capable of switching amid devices signed into the similar iCloud account to effortlessly shift from an iPhone chat to watching a movie on your other devices.

The new headphones also has on-ear multi-function controls and an in-built mic that allows users skip songs, make calls, activate Siri without touching the iPhone, and control your volume. The Beats Studio 3 Wireless is accessible in White, Matte Black, Red, Blue, Shadow Gray, and Porcelain Rose. “The new headphone comes with a height of sophistication in both audio fidelity and technology further than anything we have ever delivered to market,” claimed President of Beats, Luke Wood, to the media in an interview.

Well, let us see as to when the headphones will reach the Indian market.

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