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Apple launches Powerbeats3 Wireless headphones with W1 chip inside

26 October 2016 5

After unveiling them at the iPhone 7 launch event, Apple has now launched their latest wireless headphones – The Powerbeats3, that can be purchased via the Apple Stores. The wireless headphones sport the same new W1 chip used on the Apple AirPods, and offer various functions worth noticing.


Each of the Powerbeats3 Wireless comes with a set of four differently-sized eartips. The first function being able to provide an hour-long playback with just a five-minute charge and can provide almost upto 12 hours backup with full-charge. RemoteTalk controls allow the user to manage volume, switch track, use Siri and even answer calls.

The user doesn’t need to mess around in the Bluetooth settings now, as Apple has declared that the user just needs to power the handset and hold up near the pair. The same function works with Macs, iPads and the Apple Watch.

The Powerbeats3 are priced at $199.95 and have started selling in select Apple Stores. Color options include the Black, White, Flash Blue, Siren Red and finally, the Shock Yellow. The headphones can however be bought at a pre-order price of $198.46 from B&H with free expedited shipping, that’ll arrive to the US customers between November 1 and November 3.



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Apple launches Powerbeats3 Wireless headphones with W1 chip inside
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DevRahul

The image shows the unique design of this headphone. This looks to be the first of its kinds from Apple. That curved "U" type shape wasn't there in any of the headphones earlier.

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