The W1 chip does have other benefits too.
The Beats Studio3 is equipped with the tech giant's W1 chip, which was first introduced past year for the Apple AirPods. This new acoustic upgrade is supposed to provide better noise isolation as well as better comfort. The new headphones will set you back $349.95USD at Apple.com.
Since then, Dre and his team have been busy in the lab creating the next episode of the Beats collection and we think that they have really outdone themselves this time. Read the full press release below.
Beats has finally updated its Studio line with the Beats Studio 3 Wireless headphones, with a familiar design and sophisticated noise-canceling technology built-in. It uses a technology called Pure ANC, which continuously monitors ambient noise and changes in the surroundings to adjust its noise cancellation accordingly. The Apple W1 chip allows the flagship headphones to offer seamless setup and easy wireless connectivity via Bluetooth with Apple devices. The Studio 3 Wireless earphones additionally highlight Class 1 Bluetooth for more solid and longer-go availability. The new headphones that are from Cupertino-based company. The new #Studio 3 Wireless headphone is now available at #Apple and other dealers.
Beats Studio3 with W1 chip.
Beats has announced that the battery of the headphones - when it's connected to a W1-supported Apple product - will last for 22 hours when the noise cancellation is on. Run out of juice? Apple also stated that the "Fast Fuel" deisgn will give users up to 3 hours of playback after just 10 minutes of charging via the included Micro-USB cable. At the same time, the device's multi-function controls and integrated microphone mean that Siri can be activated without removing the headphones or touching an iPhone.
While Beats Studio3 Wireless is sort of expensive, remember folks, you get what you pay for. It works by adjusting the strength of noise cancellation to a better match with the user's environment. Extra mics inside the ear cushions even check for leaks caused by your hair, glasses, movement of your head and even different ear shapes, so nothing gets between you and your music.