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Apple’s Beats launches Solo2 wireless headphones for $199

Beats Solo2 headphones are launched by Beats and they will fall over the lap of Apple. The new generation headphones will not use any wires for its working and it will be achieved with the help of the Bluetooth technology. These headphones are about to arrive the Apple store by late November. The Solo2 headphones will be available for purchase at the cost of $299. They can be availed in an ample of colors including the likes of red, black and white.beatsbydre-solo-2-headphones

Blue color has also been added to the array of color tuning of the headphones. The Royal Edition line of the headphones will be available in Stone Gray color, Hunter Green, Imperial Violet, Blush Rose and Sapphire Blue. These editions of headphones can be purchased by the customer at $199.95.

There is a lot that the music lovers can expect from the first Beats headphones that fall on the lap of Apple. Talking about design, the Solo2 wireless looks very similar to its predecessor, which is not a tricky thing indeed. It is soothing to the eyes like its predecessor.

The users will be able to enjoy the music for up to 12 hours without stopping. The battery life of the new headphones is very good to keep the device running for a good time. In the previous versions of Beats headphones, there was no scope for rechargeable batteries, but in Solo2 headphones, there is a rechargeable battery that is employed to make it easier for the users. The old usual AAA batteries are not employed in the new headphones. A RemoteTalk audio cable is also included in the package by Beats which is quite useful.

The headphones are looking extremely pleasant, but we will have to wait for its arrival at the Apple stores in order to dig out a concrete review for the same.

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Writer and editor of The Next Digit Media, he takes care of iOS, Apple, Mac and other gadgets. He worked at Apple Inc, before joining to TND Media. He was graduated in Bachelor of Journalism & Mass Communication Degree from Cambridge University. All posts by David

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