Will you be in the market for new wireless headphones soon? Apple and Beats have just introduced a brand new option for relatively cheap.

Please welcome the Beats Flex wireless headphones to the crowded headphones market, everyone. These headphones have the signature Beats branding on each in-ear headphone, with a wireless design that has a band that goes around the back of your neck. It’s a wireless experience to your phone, though.

They were introduced today, but they will be available to buy sometime this winter.

In your ears or around your neck, Beats Flex are as versatile as the life you lead. Whether you’re listening to music, taking calls, or scrolling your social feed, you’ll always be ready for what’s next. Magnetic earbuds make listening that much easier by automatically playing music when they’re in your ears and pausing when they’re attached around your neck¹. The Flex-Form cable provides all-day comfort with durable Nitinol construction while four eartip options offer a personalized fit. And when you’re not wearing them, the magnetic earbuds keep Beats Flex tangle-free as they easily coil up into your pocket or purse.

The features

Apple says the Beats Flex wireless headphones boast up to 12 hours of battery life on a single charge. And if you need a bit of extra listening time in a pinch, Fast Fuel charging will give you 1.5 hours of media playback with just 10 minutes of charging.

The Beats Flex still offer premium audio quality:

Beats Flex employs a dual-chamber acoustic design and a proprietary layered driver to achieve outstanding stereo separation with rich and precise bass response. Laser cut micro-venting provides ear pressure relief, and the optimized driver angle ensures clear, crisp sound. An advanced digital processor fine-tunes your audio for an accurate and emotive listening experience. The result — rich, powerful sound that keeps you inspired all day long.

The new wireless headphones feature Class 1 Bluetooth technology, so you should get fewer dropouts while listening and a longer connection range. Apple says the built-in microphone should reduce wind noise and offer great call quality. There are physical buttons on the headphones’ wire to control media playback as well.

Apple’s W1 chip is installed in the new wireless headphones, too, offering up an easy way to connect to Apple’s products. And Audio Sharing means you can share music to the Beats Flex, other wireless Beats headphones with the W1 chip, and AirPods truly wireless headphones.

All the colors, and pricing

The Beats Flex wireless headphones will be available to buy this winter. They are priced at $49.99. They come in Flame Blue, Smoke Gray, Beats Black, and Yuzu Yellow.

Do you plan on picking up a pair?