Apple on Friday updated a couple of its Beats headphones to feature new color options for those who might be in the market for the wireless headphones.
The new headphones (via MacRumors) aren’t equipped with any new features, just new colors. The Studio3 Wireless Headphones are now outfitted in a new Camo Collection with two new colors to choose from: Forest Green and Sand Dune. The Studio3 Wireless Headphones feature Pure Adaptive Noise Canceling (Pure ANC), and also boast Apple’s proprietary W1 chip for easy wireless connection to Apple products.
The Studio3 Wireless Headphones are priced at $349.95 — which you get roughly 22 hours of battery life with.
Next up, the BeatsX Earphones in the Beats Decade, Defiant Collection. This color option is actually a return to what we’ve seen in the past, with the familiar two-tone red and black colors. The BeatsX aren’t truly wireless, but they do feature the W1 chip and up to eight hours of battery life on a single charge.
BeatsX Earphones are priced at $99.95.
Finally, some returning color options for the Solo3 Wireless Headphones. Apple has brought back the Satin collection. That means you can buy the Satin Gold or Satin Silver options right now for $199.95.
You’ll still get up to 40 hours of battery life, the ability to quickly charge the wireless headphones with Fast Fuel to get 3 hours of playback with just a five minute charge. The Solo3 Wireless Headphones also boast Apple’s W1 chip as well.
In related news, Apple and Beats just announced the brand new Beats Solo Pro wireless headphones, which feature things like Transparency, Pure Active Noise Canceling (Pure ANC), and fold-to-power. The new headphones are available now for $300.
What do you think of these color refreshes for the existingBeats-branded headphones? Think you’ll pick any up?