Apple adds iPhone, iPad color options to its Beats Solo2 wireless headphones

Apple adds iPhone, iPad color options to its Beats Solo2 wireless headphones
Last November, Apple launched the Beats Solo2 wireless headphones. Originally offered in red, blue, black and white (with a scarlet option exclusively for Verizon), the colors of the headsets apparently clashed with users' iPhones and iPads. As a result, Apple announced today that it is offering the Beats Solo2 wireless headphones in familiar silver, gold, and space gray colors.

While the colors have changed, the price remains the same $299, a $100 premium over the wired version of the Beats Solo2. And the original shades are still available if that is the way you want to go.

With a Bluetooth connection, you can play music wirelessly from your iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch as long as you are within 30-feet of the device. You can also use the built-in mic to take phone calls while wearing the Solo2 wireless headphones. The rechargeable battery that comes with the "cans" offers 12-hours of use before requiring a charge.

If being color-coordinated is important to you, the Beats Solo2 wireless headphones can be ordered from Apple starting today. Simply click on the sourcelink.

source: BeatsbyDre via 9to5Mac


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