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    Here’s How to Best Use the Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones

    The Good: Balanced sound, excellent battery life, secure fit, easy pairing with Apple devices The Bad: Can become uncomfortable after more than an hour, sound quality isn’t good enough to justify $350 on its own Who they’re for: The fashionable, Apple fans looking for premium sound quality, gym-goers who prefer over-ear headphones to in-ears The […]

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    The Beats Studio Wireless Are Finally Getting Upgraded With Apple’s W1 Chip

    It’s been a long time coming, but Beats and Apple are finally ready to refresh the flagship over-ear Studio headphones. The Studio headphones were conspicuously absent during last year’s iPhone reveal, when the Solo on-ears and Powerbeats in-ears were upgraded with Apple’s new W1 chip. But they’re making an appearance now, just one week before […]

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    Beats Goes for the Gold with Trophy Gold Powerbeats3 Wireless In-Ear Headphones

    The first wave of post-Apple acquisition Beats headphones included the Powerbeats3, the updated version of Beats’ exercise-focused in-ear headphones. They ended up being almost the same as the Powerbeats2, with the addition of Apple’s new W1 chip and fast charging. That wasn’t a bad thing — they retained the same great, surprisingly balanced sound of the […]

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    BeatsX Wireless In-Ear Headphones Review

    Beats has been killing it lately. Their Powerbeats3 and Solo3 wireless headphones both earned Chip Chick Picks for being top notch wireless headphones in their respective categories. After a delay, their lightweight BeatsX in-ear headphones are finally here, and we consider them to be a superior alternative to Apple’s AirPods. First of all, kudos to […]

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    Beats and Alexander Wang Have a New Special Edition Studio Wireless Headphones

    In 2014, Beats and designer Alexander Wang joined forces for a whole line of special edition black and gold products, including the Studio headphones, urBeats, and a snakeskin Pill case. That announcement came around the time Apple announced their acquisition of Beats, but fortunately, it looks like Apple doesn’t have a problem with name brand […]

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    Beats Powerbeats3 In-Ear Headphones Review

    When Apple made their big iPhone 7 announcement in September, they managed to carve out the smallest sliver of time to introduce three new Beats products — the first set to directly benefit from the Apple’s acquisition of Beats. The Solo3 Wireless on-ears, Powerbeats3 in-ears, and the lighter BeatsX in-ears all have Apple’s new W1 chip, which enables […]

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    Beats Adds New Citrus Red Option for the Solo3 Wireless Headphones and the Pill+

    Thinking about giving the gift of Beats this year? As of last week, you’ve got one more option, and it’s the most feel-good option yet. In partnership with Product Red, the Apple-owned audio company is adding a citrus red colorway to their Solo3 Wireless headphones and Pill+ Bluetooth wireless speaker. The Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones […]

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    Beats Solo3 Wireless Review

    Beats are back. It had been a while since we’d seen new products from Beats! Fortunately, there are a whole bunch of wireless headphones coming our way that were announced during the iPhone 7 launch. Now that Beats has been fully integrated into Apple, all of these newly announced headphones have Apple’s new W1 chip, […]

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    Beats Gets Back on the Air in a New Ad Featuring Pinocchio

    Beats has been much quieter since getting acquired by Apple in 2014, but that changed during the iPhone 7 announcement, when Apple announced three new Beats products — updated Solo on-ears and Powerbeats in-ears, plus the new lightweight Beats X in-ears. All three are wireless and use Apple’s new W1 chip, which helps sync the headphones […]

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    Beats Pill+ Can Charge Your iPad On The Road

    Beats has been pretty quiet since being acquired by Apple early last year, coming out with only refreshed Solo headphones and Powerbeats earphones they were likely working on long before the acquisition. In other words, we’ve yet to see much of Apple’s influence over their new audio brand – until now. Today, Beats is releasing the […]

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    Beats Gets Luxurious with x MCM Collection

    Beats is a luxury electronics brand — if that wasn’t true before they got bought out by Apple, it certainly is now. Luxury recognizes luxury, with plenty of special edition Beats headphones and speakers coming out of high-profile collaborations, like one with Fendi. We’re adding another today with the new Beats x MCM collection, which […]

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    Beats Swings for the Fences With New Solo2 Wireless Headphones

    How do you make your most popular line of headphones even more popular? Making them wireless and selling them during peak holiday shopping season will probably do the trick. Later this month, Beats by Apple (er, Dre) will start selling Solo2 Wireless headphones in stores and on Apple’s online store. These don’t need much introduction. […]

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    Hello Kitty Gets her Own Beats Headphones

    If this is what happens for Hello Kitty’s 40th anniversary, we can only imagine what’s going to happen when she turns 50. We’ve seen nothing short of a hostile takeover of pop culture this year, with Hello Kitty’s face in so many places we might as well start calling her Big Sister. And now, even […]

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    Beats Updater App is a Must-Download for Beats Pill or Studio Wireless Users

    Anyone who has a Beats Pill, Pill XL, or Studio Wireless headphones can still get a little more out of their purchase. Those three products work with the Beats Updater, which provides software updates to your Beats—including some new features coming your way soon. For Pill or Pill XL owners, the new software updates speed up […]

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    Beats Get Active with Wireless PowerBeats2 Earphones

    Beats are finally going wireless – in earphone form, that is. The PowerBeats2 will be Beats’ first set of wireless earphones, designed for active use. The earphones are IPX4 water and sweat resistant and clip onto ears with soft, rubbery ear hooks. The wrap-around cable that connects the two buds is flat and tangle-free, although […]