After a long time finally, Beat updated its studio headphones. Apple has added the W1 chip in all new Beats Studio 3 headphones. The W1 chip is very much compatible with all iPhones, iPods, Mac, and Apple Watches. It also supports 40 hours of battery power.
The cost of wireless headphones is $349, which is improved by adding the W1 chip. The headphones tackle the unwanted surrounding noise, which may lead to noise cancellations, but it affects the battery life if noise cancellation is enabled, which reduces to 22 hours of backup.
According to Apple, the headphones are more comfortable than the previous ones, with the best design to use in daily life. Beat said it contains more enhanced features than the other headphones like competitor Bose which are bad in noise cancellations.
The headphone comes with a micro-USB charging cable and a carrying case. The headphone is in six variants – red, matte black, white, rose, blue, and shadow gray. There is already 5 W1 chip headphone in the market like AirPods, Powerbeats 3, Beats X, and Solo 3’s, which are the tough competition for Studio 3. Users need to wait until October for the new Beats Studio 3 Headphones.
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