Apple Stores Offering Exclusive Jaybird Freedom Earbuds in Rose Gold and Space Gray

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Starting this week, Logitech-owned Jaybird's Freedom Wireless Bluetooth Headphones are available for purchase in two new exclusive colors from the Apple Online Store and Apple retail locations.

Designed to match Apple's line of iPhones, iPads, and Apple Watches, the two exclusive colors include a Space Gray and Rose Gold. The Space Gray Freedom earbuds feature Space Gray highlights on the remote and the earbuds themselves with a black cord and accents, while the Rose Gold earbuds feature a Rose Gold remote and earpieces with a white cord and accents.

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Launched earlier this year, the Jaybird Freedom Wireless Bluetooth Headphones have previously been available directly from Jaybird and from third-party retailers in Carbon (black/gray), Gold (gold/white), Blaze (red/silver), and Ocean (blue/silver). The standard colors are not available from Apple Stores.

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Jaybird has been designing Bluetooth earbuds since 2007 and the Freedom Wireless Bluetooth Headphones represent the culmination of years of design refinements. The earbuds are the smallest Jaybird has produced yet, thanks to a clever decision to move many of the audio components from the earbuds themselves to the remote control.

Jaybird's earbuds are wireless and connect to devices over Bluetooth, so they're able to work with iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, Macs, and more. They'll be compatible with the upcoming iPhone 7, which rumors suggest will not have a headphone jack. We went hands-on with the Jaybird earbuds earlier this year and while we loved the comfort, the small size, and the battery life, the large remote was a little difficult to deal with.

The Rose Gold and the Space Gray Jaybird Freedom Wireless Bluetooth Headphones, priced at $199.95, are available starting today from the Apple Online Store and many Apple retail stores.

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54 months ago

More bands Apple!!! More bands please!! Enough with these marketing color gimmicks. True innovation is what we want.

Don't worry. We will have plenty of Apple Watch bands at the Key Note. And guess what? I plan on purchasing the Apple Watch 2 and at least one of every band they offer that is new. I'm sure they will pair nicely with my first Gen Watch also.

All the More to support the cause and keep forum members like you in check with typical Apple rants.
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54 months ago
More bands Apple!!! More bands please!! Enough with these marketing color gimmicks. True innovation is what we want.
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54 months ago

And in a few weeks, supposedly Apple will have Bluetooth earbuds launched along side the 'iPhone 7.'

In guessing in the same price range.

I wouldn't hold your breath. I'd love for it to happen as they've been working on them for years now but I just feel they'll be released next year alongside the iPhone 8. We'll see. Not long now.
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54 months ago
The 4 hour battery life is too unattractive
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54 months ago

More bands Apple!!! More bands please!! Enough with these marketing color gimmicks. True innovation is what we want.

Must be hard to live with the "always-be-angry-and-its-always-Apple's-fault" syndrome.
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I think they've been saving Beats for the removal of the headphone jack. And now, they have this partnership, which appears to be liquidating stock before the big announcement. Don't want to be caught with the old model on hand. Apple probably asked them to make the custom colors, so they have incentive to help them out before the new wireless standards arrive with the next iPhone.

This conspiracy theory of "no 3.5mm jack on the iPhone 7" has been going on long enough. If it weren't for vacations, September couldn't come soon enough...
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54 months ago

Thanks, but no matter how good they are, I can't get them. I'm in the UK.

http://experienceheadphones.com/jaybird-freedom-gold-and-white Just bought them should arr on Wednesday £169 free p&p 365 day return policy
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Thanks, but no matter how good they are, I can't get them. I'm in the UK.

http://experienceheadphones.com/jaybird-freedom-gold-and-white I live in the uk and ordered them from above website free p&p 365 day return policy coming Wednesday
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