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With the launch of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, Apple-owned Beats announced four new headphone models: The Solo3 Wireless, an update to its popular on-ear model, the Powerbeats3 Wireless, an update to its wireless sports headphone, the all-new Beats X neckband-style headphone and an entry-level wired headphone, the Ep.

Conspicuously missing from the roll out was a new version of the over-ear Studio Wireless, which also features noise-canceling and is the Beats headphone I personally like best. I thought Beats might be holding back on an announcement, but an update to that headphone isn't slated for release anytime soon -- and certainly not in 2016 -- according to a person familiar with the company's plans.

The reason? Beats can't yet achieve the battery improvements needed to distinguish a Studio Wireless sequel from the current model. That's a big contrast to the major battery life gains in Beats' aforementioned updated wireless headphones, which come courtesy of Apple's new custom low-energy Bluetooth chip, the W1. The Solo3 Wireless, for example, wrings out three times the lifespan from the exact same battery found in the Solo2. But the W1 can't offer any energy savings on the active noise-canceling feature on the Studio Wireless.

With the more than two-year old Studio Wireless continuing to sell well -- online pricing for it has dipped to $250 and even lower if you opt for a refurbished model (it lists for $379, £330 and AU$480) -- Beats presumably isn't in any rush to do the more extensive overhaul that's required to significantly improve it.

The long and short of it is that if you've been eyeing the Beats Studio Wireless at its lower price, you can purchase it without worrying a new model is around the corner. Of course, there are several new competing premium wireless noise-canceling models to choose from -- including the Bose QuietComfort 35 and the Sony MDR-1000X -- although most will cost you at least $350, £300 or AU$500.

Sours: https://www.cnet.com/tech/mobile/beats-wont-have-a-new-studio-wireless-headphone-in-2016/

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Always-ready wireless earphones

New - Beats Studio Buds

True Wireless Noise Cancelling Earphones

  • Active Noise Cancelling (ANC)
  • Transparency mode
  • Up to 8 hours of listening time with ANC off1
  • Compatible with Apple and Android

Limited Time Offer

$149.99 $129.99

New - Beats Studio Buds

True Wireless Noise Cancelling Earphones

  • Active Noise Cancelling (ANC)
  • Transparency mode
  • Up to 8 hours of listening time with ANC off1
  • Compatible with Apple and Android

Limited Time Offer

$149.99 $129.99

New - Beats Studio Buds

True Wireless Noise Cancelling Earphones

  • Active Noise Cancelling (ANC)
  • Transparency mode
  • Up to 8 hours of listening time with ANC off1
  • Compatible with Apple and Android

Limited Time Offer

$149.99$129.99

Beats Flex

Wireless earphones made for the way you live

  • Magnetic earbuds with Auto-Play/Pause
  • Powerful, precise sound
  • Up to 12 hours of listening time
  • Apple W1 Chip & Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®

$69.99

Beats Flex

Wireless earphones made for the way you live

  • Magnetic earbuds with Auto-Play/Pause
  • Powerful, precise sound
  • Up to 12 hours of listening time
  • Apple W1 Chip & Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®

$69.99

Beats Flex

Wireless earphones made for the way you live

  • Magnetic earbuds with Auto-Play/Pause
  • Powerful, precise sound
  • Up to 12 hours of listening time
  • Apple W1 Chip & Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®

$69.99

High‑performance wireless earphones

Powerbeats

Lightweight wireless earphones for all‑day activity

  • Up to 15 hours of listening time
  • Sweat & water resistant
  • Adjustable, secure-fit earhooks
  • Streamlined, round cable

$149.95

Powerbeats

Lightweight wireless earphones for all‑day activity

  • Up to 15 hours of listening time
  • Sweat & water resistant
  • Adjustable, secure-fit earhooks
  • Streamlined, round cable

$149.95

Powerbeats

Lightweight wireless earphones for all‑day activity

  • Up to 15 hours of listening time
  • Sweat & water resistant
  • Adjustable, secure-fit earhooks
  • Streamlined, round cable

$149.95

Powerbeats Pro

Totally wireless earphones built for performance

  • Up to 9 hours of listening time
  • Sweat & water resistant
  • Adjustable, secure-fit earhooks
  • Volume & track controls on each earbud

Limited Time Offer

$249.95 $199.95

Powerbeats Pro

Totally wireless earphones built for performance

  • Up to 9 hours of listening time
  • Sweat & water resistant
  • Adjustable, secure-fit earhooks
  • Volume & track controls on each earbud

Limited Time Offer

$249.95 $199.95

Powerbeats Pro

Totally wireless earphones built for performance

  • Up to 9 hours of listening time
  • Sweat & water resistant
  • Adjustable, secure-fit earhooks
  • Volume & track controls on each earbud

Limited Time Offer

$249.95$199.95

Everyday wireless on‑ear headphones

Solo Pro

Noise cancelling wireless headphones to stay inspired

  • Active Noise Cancelling (ANC)
  • Transparency Mode
  • Up to 22 hours of listening time
  • Integrated on-ear controls

$299.95

Solo Pro

Noise cancelling wireless headphones to stay inspired

  • Active Noise Cancelling (ANC)
  • Transparency Mode
  • Up to 22 hours of listening time
  • Integrated on-ear controls

$299.95

Solo Pro

Noise cancelling wireless headphones to stay inspired

  • Active Noise Cancelling (ANC)
  • Transparency Mode
  • Up to 22 hours of listening time
  • Integrated on-ear controls

$299.95

Beats Solo3 Wireless

Classic all‑day headphones

  • Up to 40 hours of listening time
  • Fast Fuel technology
  • On‑ear controls
  • Apple W1 Chip & Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®

$199.95

Beats Solo3 Wireless

Classic all‑day headphones

  • Up to 40 hours of listening time
  • Fast Fuel technology
  • On‑ear controls
  • Apple W1 Chip & Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®

$199.95

Beats Solo3 Wireless

Classic all‑day headphones

  • Up to 40 hours of listening time
  • Fast Fuel technology
  • On‑ear controls
  • Apple W1 Chip & Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®

$199.95

Premium sound wireless over‑ear headphones

Beats Studio3 Wireless

Noise cancelling wireless headphones to block distractions

  • Active Noise Cancelling (ANC)
  • Up to 22 hours of listening time
  • Apple W1 Chip & Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®
  • On‑ear controls

$349.95

Beats Studio3 Wireless

Noise cancelling wireless headphones to block distractions

  • Active Noise Cancelling (ANC)
  • Up to 22 hours of listening time
  • Apple W1 Chip & Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®
  • On‑ear controls

$349.95

Beats Studio3 Wireless

Noise cancelling wireless headphones to block distractions

  • Active Noise Cancelling (ANC)
  • Up to 22 hours of listening time
  • Apple W1 Chip & Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®
  • On‑ear controls

$349.95

Beats EP

Wired headphones built for life

  • Durable, lightweight design
  • Adjustable vertical sliders
  • RemoteTalk cable

$129.95

Beats EP

Wired headphones built for life

  • Durable, lightweight design
  • Adjustable vertical sliders
  • RemoteTalk cable

$129.95

Beats EP

Wired headphones built for life

  • Durable, lightweight design
  • Adjustable vertical sliders
  • RemoteTalk cable

$129.95

Compact yet powerful wireless speaker

Beats Pill+

Portable wireless speaker

  • Up to 12 hours of play time
  • Defined, pure sound quality
  • Charge‑out USB port for powering devices

$179.95

Beats Pill+

Portable wireless speaker

  • Up to 12 hours of play time
  • Defined, pure sound quality
  • Charge‑out USB port for powering devices

$179.95

Beats Pill+

Portable wireless speaker

  • Up to 12 hours of play time
  • Defined, pure sound quality
  • Charge‑out USB port for powering devices

$179.95

1 Testing conducted by Apple in April 2021 using preproduction Beats Studio Buds and Charging Case units and software paired with iPhone 11 Pro Max units and prerelease software. The playlist consisted of 358 unique audio tracks purchased from the iTunes Store (256-Kbps AAC encoding). Volume was set to 50% and Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency were turned off. Testing consisted of full Beats Studio Buds battery discharge while playing audio until the first Beats Studio Buds stopped playback. With Active Noise Cancellation turned on, listening time was up to 5 hours. Battery life depends on device settings, environment, usage, and many other factors.

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Apple’s Beats brand appears to be seriously upping its game with the release of its anticipated Studio Buds, a $150 set of true wireless earbuds that also happen to include Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). You can pre-order them here, or continue reading to learn more.

We first saw rumours of the new Beats-branded earbuds last month, when MacRumors’ Steve Moser found images of them in the iOS 14.6 betas, and while a release date wasn’t specified, FCC filings and leaked images suggested they were nearing release. When celebrities like LeBron James were caught sporting them on Instagram, it became even more apparent that they were just around the corner.

While the Beats Studio Buds are the second set of true wireless earbuds from Beats, they’re breaking entirely new ground by offering ANC at a remarkably affordable price, making them more of a successor and upgrade to the $50 Beats Flex released last fall, and making it clear that Apple is using its Beats brand to bring the advanced technologies powered by its W1/H1 chips to the masses.

What’s particularly noteworthy, however, is that the Beats Studio Buds don’t include any Apple Silicon inside, making them the first wireless Beats headphones released since 2016 to exclude the W1/H1 chip.

Instead, it looks like Apple has built some of the most notable features that were previously part of the W1/H1 chips into the software instead. The Beats Studio Buds still support hands-free “Hey Siri” when paired with an Apple device, and they’ll offer the same seamless iOS pairing experience that the AirPods and other W1/H1-equipped Beats headphones are known for.

In fact, at a superficial level, the iOS experience in using Beats Studio Buds is very similar to what you’d get with a set of AirPods Pro. You’ll be able to activate noise cancellation and transparency modes in the iOS Control Centre, and they’ll automatically play Apple Music’s Dolby Atmos Spatial Audio tracks.

As The Verge notes, however, there are a few things that clearly still require Apple’s W1/H1 chip to power. The pairing doesn’t sync across multiple Apple devices at all, much less automatically switch between devices the way that Apple’s H1-equipped AirPods, Powerbeats, Powerbeats Pro, and Beats Solo Pro headphones do.

Further, they don’t support Audio Sharing, which is a particularly odd omission, considering it’s something that’s available on the $50 Beats Flex. This is obviously another feature that requires Apple Silicon to pull off, and we suppose there’s only so much that Apple wants to give customers for a mere $150.

After all, the Beats Studio Buds are the first true wireless and stemless in-ear headphones to be produced by Apple. While rumour has it that the second-generation AirPods Pro will also lose the stems, right now, the Beats Studio Buds have the design edge — and at a much more affordable price.

Put simply, they’re competing against the standard AirPods, the AirPods Pro, and the Powerbeats Pro, at a considerably more affordable price. The AirPods sell for $9 more for a comparable version, since the Beats Studio Buds don’t offer wireless charging either, but of course, the AirPods also lack ANC.

On the other hand, the Powerbeats Pro and AirPods Pro both sell for $249. The AirPods Pro adds wireless charging and ANC, while the Powerbeats Pro starts to feel like the odd duck in the lineup, with a design that’s more appealing to sports enthusiasts, but no wireless charging, ANC, or even decent portability. This is perhaps why Apple has marked them down to $170 — supposedly for a limited time.

Notably, however, the Beats Studio Buds also provide the clearest evidence we’ve yet seen that Apple is keeping the Beats brand around to appeal to the other side; for the first time, headphones made by Apple now include Android-specific features. This includes Fast Pair to link them up to your Google account after the initial setup, along with battery status and location information in Android’s Bluetooth settings.

This makes that the Beats Studio Pro the first headphones to support both Apple and Android devices almost equally, not only offering seamless pairing, but also the ability to be located by Apple’s Find My network and Google’s equivalent.

In fact, about the only thing missing is hands-free support for Google Assistant, but as The Verge notes, that’s probably too much to expect from a device made by Apple.

As far as the other specs go, the Beats Studio Buds promise up to five hours of battery life with noise cancellation on, or eight without, and can be topped off twice using the case. They’re also IPX4 rated for water and sweat resistance — the same rating as Apple’s second-generation AirPods and AirPods Pro. They’re available for pre-order today from Apple and other retailers, and are expected to land in stores on June 24.

Pre-order Beats Studio Buds

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1. Testing conducted by Apple in April 2021 using preproduction Beats Studio Buds and Charging Case units and software paired with iPhone 11 Pro Max units and prerelease software. The playlist consisted of 358 unique audio tracks purchased from the iTunes Store (256-Kbps AAC encoding). Volume was set to 50% and Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency were turned off. Testing consisted of full Beats Studio Buds battery discharge while playing audio until the first Beats Studio Buds stopped playback. With Active Noise Cancellation turned on, listening time was up to 5 hours. Battery life depends on device settings, environment, usage, and many other factors.
2. Testing conducted by Apple in April 2021 using preproduction Beats Studio Buds and Charging Case and software paired with iPhone 11 Pro Max units and prerelease software. The playlist consisted of 358 unique audio tracks purchased from the iTunes Store (256-Kbps AAC encoding). Volume was set to 50% and Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency were turned off. Testing consisted of full Beats Studio Buds battery discharge while playing audio until the first Beats Studio Buds stopped playback. The drained Beats Studio Buds were charged to 100 percent, then audio playback was resumed until the first Beats Studio Buds stopped playback. This cycle was repeated until both the Beats Studio Buds and charging case were fully discharged. With Active Noise Cancellation turned on, listening time was up to 15 hours. Battery life depends on device settings, environment, usage, and many other factors.
3. Testing conducted by Apple in April 2021 using preproduction Beats Studio Buds and Charging Case and software paired with iPhone 11 Pro Max units and prerelease software. The playlist consisted of 358 unique audio tracks purchased from the iTunes Store (256-Kbps AAC encoding). Volume was set to 50% and Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency was turned off. 5-Minute charge testing conducted with drained Beats Studio Buds that were charged for 5 minutes, then audio playback was started until the first Beats Studio Buds stopped playback. Battery life depends on device settings, environment, usage, and many other factors.
4. Beats Studio Buds are sweat and water resistant for non-water sports and exercise. Beats Studio Buds were tested under controlled laboratory conditions, and have a rating of IPX4 under IEC standard 60529. Sweat and water resistance are not permanent conditions and resistance might decrease as a result of normal wear. Do not attempt to charge wet Beats Studio Buds; refer to https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT209542 for cleaning and drying instructions. The charging case is not sweat or water resistant.
5. Press and hold feature customization requires an iPhone running iOS 14.6 or later, or an Android device with the latest version of the Beats app installed.
6. One-touch pairing requires iOS 14.6 or later.
7. Fast Pair requires location enabled. Full access to features requires an Android 6.0 or newer device with Google Play Service enabled and Google Account.
8. Siri may not be available in all languages or in all areas, and features may vary by area. Internet access is required. Cellular data charges may apply.

Sours: https://www.apple.com/shop/product/MJ503LL/A/beats-studio-buds-true-wireless-noise-cancelling-earphones-beats-red

Beats studio 2016 new

Set up and use

Learn how to charge and use your Studio Wireless, pair with your device, and more.

Set up and use

Learn how to charge and use your Studio Wireless, pair with your device, and more.

Set up and use

Learn how to charge and use your Studio Wireless, pair with your device, and more.

Active Noise Cancelling

Beats' Active Noise Cancellation, also called Pure Adaptive Noise Cancellation (Pure ANC), reduces ambient sounds digitally.

Active Noise Cancelling

Beats' Active Noise Cancellation, also called Pure Adaptive Noise Cancellation (Pure ANC), reduces ambient sounds digitally.

Active Noise Cancelling

Beats' Active Noise Cancellation, also called Pure Adaptive Noise Cancellation (Pure ANC), reduces ambient sounds digitally.

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Behind the design of the new Beats Studio Buds - Beats by Dre

No New Beats Studio Wireless Headphones In 2016

beats-studio-wirelessA couple of weeks ago, Apple announced a trio of new Beats wireless headphones. Given that Apple just announced the AirPods with the new W1 chip, we’re not surprised that the company also launched some Beats options that came with the same chip as well. However if you were hoping for higher-end wireless Beats headphones this year, you might be out of luck.

A report from CNET has revealed that Apple might not be planning on launching a new Beats Studio Wireless headphone in 2016. For those unfamiliar, the Studio Wireless is an over-ear pair of headphones with noise cancelling technology. If you prefer over-ear to on-ear, this is an option that you can consider, but like we said, the report claims that there will be no new model this year.

So why is that? Apparently Beats is unable to achieve battery improvements that would make it a compelling upgrade over the current model. The new W1 chip in the other wireless Beats headphones launched offer much improved battery lifespans, but it seems that Beats can get the Studio Wireless up to those levels, which is why a new model isn’t being launched yet.

That being said, the existing model’s price has dropped to $250 making it more affordable than when it was first launched, so if you’re fine with its current features and battery life, why not?

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Sours: https://www.ubergizmo.com/2016/09/no-new-beats-studio-wireless-2016/

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