If you have a pair of AirPods Max, or really any over-ear headphones that you don't want just lying around on your desk, or, worse yet, stuffed into a drawer, a stand can help with that. We've put together a roundup of the best stands you can buy right now for your headphones.
Apple device users responded positively to AirPods Pro and their tight integration with the iOS and iPadOS mobile operating systems. More specifically, users appreciated being able to switch listening modes directly from Control Center, which includes Noise Cancellation mode, Normal mode, and Transparency mode.
These features were once exclusive to the AirPods Pro, but fast-forward to today, and those same features can be enjoyed on AirPods Max and even certain Beats headphones like the Beats Studio Buds. One caveat, however, is that users must be running iOS or iPadOS 14.6 or newer to enjoy this functionality with the Beats Studio Buds.
Apple-owned Beats recently released its first truly wireless earphones, dubbed Studio Buds. If you're contemplating a purchase, be sure to watch our video to familiarize yourself with the main features and learn about the must-know Beats Studio Buds tips and tricks.
Earlier this month, Beats by Dre launched a pair of new truly wireless headphones. The Beats Studio Buds feature a new design for Beats-branded headphones, as well as plenty of worthwhile features. And now the company is turning on the marketing effort.
We've been seeing the newest truly wireless earbuds with the Beats branding for a bit of time now. First as a leak, and then caught out in the wild in the ears of NBA superstar LeBron James. But now they're officially official.
The unreleased Beats Studio Buds appear to be caught in an avalanche. Ever since they were discovered in the release candidate for iOS 14.6, the new headphones keep cropping up in other places.
Everywhere except an official announcement. But that will probably be changing in the very near future, now that at least one superstar athlete has been photographed out there in the wild wearing the new headphones. At least, one would hope.
The Apple-owned Beats hasn't announced any new headphones recently, aside from some limited edition drops of existing cans. But that will probably be changing soon.
Earlier this month, we got a first look at what's believed to be called the Beats Studio Buds, a pair of truly wireless headphones that will probably be released later this year. And now the FCC has given the A-OK for that to happen.
Earlier today, Apple seeded the release candidate for iOS 14.6 and tvOS 14.6 (along with other platforms). Along with the latest version of the pre-release software, it seems a new pair of headphones is being hinted at, too.
A little over a year ago, there was a rumor circulating that Apple was planning to phase out the Beats brand, all in favor of its own-branded headphones and speakers. That hasn't happened, and, apparently, Apple was actually doing the complete opposite behind the scenes.
Beats by Dre, owned by Apple, is definitely not a stranger to limited edition "drops" of new products. And today the company's just unveiled yet another option for those interested in picking up the over-ear headphones.
Beats by Dre, owned by Apple, is no stranger to teaming up with the professional esports organization FaZe Clan. And now the two are back with a new collaboration.