Apple Releases Beats Studio3 and BeatsX in New Colors, Adds New Lightning to 3.5mm Cable

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Apple this week introduced Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones in a new Camo Collection, available in either Forest Green or Sand Dune.

The Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones in the Camo Collection are identical to prior Beats Studio3 headphones with Pure Adaptive Noise Canceling Technology, a built-in Apple-designed W1 chip, fast charging functionality, up to 22 hours battery life, and a $349 price point.


Along with the new Camo Beats Studio3 Wireless, Apple has brought back previously available colors of the BeatsX and Beats Solo3 headphones. The Beats X earphones in the Defiant collection are back, available in black and red for the standard $99.95 price point.


As for the Solo3 headphones, Apple is once again selling its Satin collection, offering the headphones in Satin Silver and Satin Gold right alongside the Red, Rose Gold, and Black options.


Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones include Apple's W1 chip for simple setup and device switching, fast charging, 40 hours of battery life, and a $199.95 price point.

Apple is also now offering a new Lightning to 3.5mm Audio Cable that's available in a black color option for $35.


Apple previously offered a Belkin branded Lightning to 3.5mm Audio Cable, but this new model is direct from Apple and also $5 more expensive than the Belkin version.

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8 months ago
35 dollars for the cable? Holy **** Apple truly are the worst. They told reviewers of the Beats Solo Pro that it would be in the 20 dollar range. And then it comes out at 35. Hahahaha.
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8 months ago
What exactly determines which headphones/earphones get the W1 chip vs H1 chip?
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8 months ago


What is wrong with the colour in that first photo? Colours seem distorted, or is that the actual design?

And Apple needs a headshake around cable design. I don't understand why they stick with the smooth surfaces on the part of the cable you're supposed to grip? There's minimalist design, and then there's poor design.

New Camo Collection.
It is in the first sentence, pal. ;)
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8 months ago
Why are the Studio 3 still the only Apple product that uses micro-USB to charge? Ugh.
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8 months ago
I'm just waiting for "Apple releases Smart Battery Case for iPhone 11 Pro"

Please Apple, I'd really love it.
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8 months ago


35 dollars for the cable? Holy **** Apple truly are the worst. They told reviewers of the Beats Solo Pro that it would be in the 20 dollar range. And then it comes out at 35. Hahahaha.

I know!! I can’t believe more people didn’t jump on that. You can get a 3 pairs of cheap headphones for 35! And this is just a freakin cable!

Tim loves his dongles and cables
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