Apple's Latest Headphones Play Nice With Android And Cost A Pretty Penny

Apple's Latest Headphones Play Nice With Android And Cost A Pretty Penny

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  • Apple has released the Beats Studio Pro headphones for $349.99.
  • The headphones feature Transparency Mode, USB-C lossless audio, adaptive ANC and many other features new to the Beats lineup.
  • They also include Google Fast Pair, Audio Switch, and more. It supports many Android features such as

Apple-owned Beats has introduced a premium headphone called the Beats Studio Pro to replace the Beats Studio 3 released in 2017 and compete with the Sony WH-1000XM5 and Bose QC45.

The Beats don't deviate from their iconic design, and the Studio Pro is very similar to its predecessors. One notable difference is the new UltraPlush ear cushions, which the company claims provide all-day comfort and exceptional durability. Unfortunately, they cannot be replaced, and the company will not sell replacements, The Verge notes in its review.

To make Beats even more competitive, there's Transparency Mode, fully adaptive Active Noise Cancellation, customizable spatial audio, Hi-Res playback via USB-C, and more. Added many new sound features such as

Although Beats Studio Pro is owned by the stable Apple company, it works well with Android devices. It supports Google Fast Pair to seamlessly connect, switch voice, and find my device to switch between Android, Chromebook, and other devices. In addition, the Beats Android app allows users to customize more headphones, download software updates, and more. Let

On iOS, users can look forward to one-touch pairing, Siri voice commands, Find My Watch, and automatic over-the-air updates.

In terms of audio, Studio Pro includes 40mm drivers that promise to eliminate distortion at high volume levels. Beats promises over 40 hours of battery life, including 24 hours of listening with active noise cancellation or transparency mode. The company claims you can get up to four hours of playback with a quick 10-minute charge.

Beats Studio Pro is now available to order in Black, Dark Brown, Navy Blue and Sand. The earbuds cost $349.99 in the US, which automatically puts them in the premium category. We haven't had a chance to review them yet, so it's hard to say if they can compete with the flagship ANC headphones from Sony and Bose.

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