Apple's Beats Studio3 headphones include its W1 chip

Today, Apple began selling new Beats Studio3 headphones on its website, the latest entry to its lineup of headphones and earbuds that include the company's W1 chip. The processor is meant to provide a "magical" experience, allowing the user to easily pair the device to all of their Apple devices without ever having to enter Bluetooth settings.

The most notable devices in the W1 lineup are the company's AirPods, but there was also a trio of Beats headphones that include it as well, such as Solo3, PowerBeats3, and BeatsX.

What makes the Beats Studio3 headphones special is the battery life and Pure Adaptive Noise Cancelation (Pure ANC). The device "continuously pinpoints external sounds to block while automatically responding to individual fit in real-time, optimising sound output to preserve a premium listening experience the way artists intended."

With Pure ANC turned off, Studio3 can get you up to 40 hours of usage, although you'll get up to 22 hours with the feature turned on. You can order them from Apple now for $349.95 in Blue, Porcelain Rose, White, Red, Shadow Gray, or Matte Black, but they won't ship until mid-October.

Source: Apple via 9to5Mac

Report a problem with article
1504567065_blood_orchid
Next Article

Rainbow Six Siege's largest update ever, Blood Orchid, lands tomorrow

1501648310_img_2450
Previous Article

Lenovo Legion Y920 review: A gaming laptop with few compromises

30 Comments - Add comment

Advertisement