Apple Launches Beats Studio3 Wireless ‘Skyline Collection’ Headphones

Apple launches new Skyline Collection for Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones

If you are in the market for some new headphones, Apple has just launched a brand new collection of Beats Studio3 wireless options you may want to check out.

On Tuesday, Apple officially launched what it calls the Skyline Collection for the Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones lineup. The new lineup offers a variety of different colors to choose from, which includes Midnight Black, Crystal Blue, Desert Sand, and Shadow Gray. Each offers gold accents, and a gold Beats logo as well. These are over-the-ear designs, and feature Apple’s W1 wireless chip for better efficiency and connectivity with devices.

The headphones also offer the company’s Pure Adaptive Noise Canceling technology, which should help block out external noise while listening to music. As for the aforementioned W1 chip, Apple says the battery life on the Skyline Collection of Studio3 Wireless headphones should last 22 hours on a single charge. It also means that it should be pretty easy to switch between devices, like a MacBook to an iPhone, without having to dig through different menus.

Each of the new Studio3 Wireless headphones are priced at $349.99. If you order by 5:00 PM today and choose the fastest delivery option, the new headphones will arrive tomorrow. If you choose the free option, though, they will arrive on Thursday, October 18. Or if you prefer to wait for the headphones to launch in stores, that will be October 18 as well.

Do you plan on picking up a pair of Apple’s new Studio3 Wireless headphones from the Skyline Collection?

Our Take

More options are always a good thing, and the gold accents are a nice touch. The best possible news here though is that Apple isn’t charging potential owners more for those gold accents.

[via Apple]