Apple's Beats Brand Launches New 'Beats Club Collection' Solo3 Wireless Headphones

Apple's Beats brand today launched a collection of new Solo3 Wireless Headphones in a range of bright color combinations, including yellow and blue, white and red, red and blue, and navy and white.

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The new headphones are priced at $199.95 like other Solo3 Wireless models, and with their launch, Beats has discontinued all other available Solo3 headphones with the exception of the special Mickey version.

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Like most Beats headphones, the Solo3 models are equipped with a W1 wireless chip for quick and easy connections to Apple devices, alone with up to 40 hours of battery life.

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Apple is running a promotion on some existing Beats headphones models as well, dropping the price of all Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones from $349.95 to $279.95, a $70 discount.

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The price drop includes the standard Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones as well as the Skyline collection in special colors.

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Apple is also discounting the Mickey-branded 90th anniversary edition Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones, dropping the price from $299.95 to $224.95.

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Top Rated Comments

rmoliv Avatar
48 months ago
Awful colors especially the yellow/blue combo.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
logicstudiouser Avatar
48 months ago
Don't know why so much hate on the colours, the colour combinations are not bad. I like the navy blue-red.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
blcamp Avatar
48 months ago
If Apple really wanted to take my money, they would produce matte-black AirPods.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Baymowe335 Avatar
48 months ago
You guys sound really old.

Beats cater to an entirely different market. It's for young adults, teens, kids, athletes, and anyone making a statement. Not everything has to be black, silver, and low key.

Ever watch NBA warm ups? Those guys are wearing them and the kids follow up. Have you seen Nike shoes lately?

Again, Apple knows what they're doing.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jagolden Avatar
48 months ago
I cannot un-see those. Horrible color choices and combinations.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
az431 Avatar
48 months ago
Apple: "New Beats products!"

Me: "Awesome. Charges with a USB-C cable, right?"

Apple: "Er, no."

Me: "Ok, Lightning port at least then, right?"

Apple: "Uh, nope. It's still micro-USB. Wanna try it?"

(crickets)
Yes it charges with the most popular USB connector is use today. The odds of someone else having a micro USB cable in their home is about 100%, USB C closer to 1%.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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