Just before the end of 2021, Apple-owned Beats launched a brand new pair of truly wireless headphones, the Beats Fit Pro. And then, a little bit after that, the headphones received a firmware update to version 4B65. Here we are in the waning days of March of 2022 and the headphones are getting another software update.
Just last year, we showed you a free jailbreak tweak called F***MyHearing that jailbreakers could have used to prevent iOS or iPadOS from automatically turning down their media playback volume while using headphones to purportedly ‘protect their hearing.’
Satechi's headphone stand is a stylish 2-in-1 accessory that also doubles as a wireless charger for your iPhone or any Qi-enabled smartphone.
Ever notice that slick animation that comes across your iPhone’s screen when you bring a pair of AirPods, AirPods Pro, AirPods Max, or even certain Beats-branded Bluetooth headphones nearby?
In this quick video review, we compare the $199 Beats Fit Pro wireless headphones to the $249 AirPods Pro. Which ones are a better buy? Our comparison video offers the answer.
Every once in a while, the Beats brand opens its doors for some collaboration with another company or brand. The Apple-owned Beats by Dre is back at it again, unveiling today a brand new pair of Studio3 Wireless headphones. This time around, the collaboration is with a fashion brand.
Bose is one of the premier headphone makers these days, and its QuietComfort 35 headphones were fan favorites for quite some time. And now the company is ready to move forward with those headphones' replacement. Today, the company has introduced the QuietComfort 45, bringing in new features to the mix for good measure.
Apple reserves iOS’ deep integration for noise cancellation and transparency mode to the company’s own headphone and headset offerings including the AirPods Pro, AirPods Max, and even the Beats Studio Buds. But these are far from the only headphone and headset offerings on the market that offer alike or similar features.
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.
I often catch myself accidentally tapping play for music or videos via my iPhone even when I don’t have my AirPods in my ears and ready to go.
This is typically accidental, as I usually prefer to keep my media consumption to myself with personal headphones of some kind, but there are rare occasions when I’m by myself that I’ll use my iPhone’s built-in speakers to listen to a YouTube video here and there.
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.