Beats By Dr. Dre releases the Studio3 Wireless headset

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Music lovers, there’s a big new product coming your way soon. Beats By Dr. Dre has announced the release of its new Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones. This is the latest in the company’s premium over-ear headphones. Apple says that the headphones will feature a number of internal improvements over previous models. This includes improved battery life and much better active noise cancellation.

The Beats Studio3 Wireless still retains the look of previous models. It’s still made of colorful plastic, and the popular Beats logo is still featured on the outside of each earcup. The differences include the battery improvements. The company has included Apple’s W1 chip inside the headphones, which is the same as that in the Apple AirPods. This is to improve battery life and enable fast charging. Beats Studio3 Wireless

One Of The Best Noise Cancelling Headphones?

The Beats Studio3 Wireless is said to be able to last 22 hours on a single charge, which increases to 40 hours when you turn off the noise cancellation feature. Furthermore, the W1chip guarantees that the headphones can get up to three hours of playback time in just 10 minutes through the included micro USB cable.

The Pure Adaptive Noise Cancelling tech included in the device works by constantly monitoring your listening environment using advanced algorithms. This, according to the company, means that the headphones can adjust for leakage caused by hair, glasses, ear shape and head movement.

Other features included by the W1 chip include proximity-based pairing. The company says that iPhone users can easily switch between devices that are logged into the same iCloud account. Furthermore, the Beats Studio3 Wireless will likely offer a similarly bass-forward sound to previous generations of Beats headphones. This is one of the major characteristics of the Beats headphone brand ever since the company launched.

The Beats Studio3 Wireless is available for sale on Apple’s website for $350.



  1. I am a big fan of Beats by Dre headphone and I can’t just wait to get my hands on this Beats Studio3 wireless. But how come only Apple device that enjoy its features more?

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