Apple not only rolled out its iPhone 8, iPhone X, Apple TV 4K, iPhone 8 Plus, and the Apple Watch Series 3, but the firm has also rolled out the new in-ear headphones, urBeats3, on a low-key note. The new headphones come with a lightning connector, supplying services to those users who have bought the iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, or are aiming to purchase the iPhone 8, iPhone X, or the iPhone 8 Plus.
The firm has also rolled out a version that sports a customary 3.5-mm headphone jack and operates with other handsets. The headphones come with an acoustic fine-tuned design and they are packed with various ear tip options. The new urBeats3 comes in Gold, Silver, and Black, same colors in which the new models of iPhone are accessible.
Both the urBeats3 headphones have with 3.5-mm headphone jack along with Lightning cable have a price tag of $99.9. In the coming months, it will be made accessible. In addition to this, the Cupertino-located tech company has rolled out Matte Gold and Silver color variants. They have a price of $149.95 and from later this week will ship in the U.S.
As a reminder, Apple at the all-new Steve Jobs Theatre rolled out five new goods in California in its new Apple Park campus. Amongst these, the limelight was on the Apple iPhone X. It is a bezel-less handset that comes with new improvements and features. The price of the Apple iPhone X begins at Rs 89,000, the most costly price tag so far for an iPhone. The pre-orders for the handsets will begin on October 27 all over 55 nations comprising India. It will strike the retail shops from November 3.
The iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone 8 come in 2 storage versions, 256 GB and 64 GB. Consumers in select nations, comprising India, can pre-order the 2 handsets beginning September 15. The smartphones are anticipated to be accessible from September 29 in India at an initial price of Rs 64,000. The pricing of Apple Watch Series 3 in India starts at Rs 29,900. Users outside the country will be allowed to pre-order the Watch Series 3 beginning this month. It will be made accessible from September 22.