Apple has updated the most expensive headphones of the beats lineup, the Beats Studios today. The update to the headphones is the first after many years and the one one since Apple acquired Beats. The biggest change made in this update is the addition of W1 chip to the headphones. This will allow the wireless Beats Studio headphones to pair with all Apple devices owned by the user seamlessly with a single setup with the help of iCloud integration.
In addition to adding W1 chip to the Studio Wireless lineup, Apple has also introduced better noise cancelling feature to it. According to the company Studio3 Wireless provide premium listening experience to the user thanks to its Pure ANC (Pure Adaptive Noise Cancelling) feature, which allows it to block external noise while preserving clarity, range and emotion by performance real-time audio calibration.
The Beats Studio3 wireless headphones offer up to 22 hours of battery life on a single charge. If you turn off the Pure ANC feature, then the battery will last you 40 hours. They also offer FastFuel charging feature that make it possible for them to run for 3 hours with just 10 minutes of recharging.
Interestingly Apple has not updated the wired version of the headphones, which is understandable since the company is pushing everyone towards the wireless audio future, as evident by the removal of the headphone jack from its latest iPhones.
Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones are available in six different colors at a price of $349 from Apple’s website here.