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Apple-owned Beats unveils new colors for its Solo2 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones

Apple-owned Beats unveils new colors for its Solo2 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones

April 10, 2015

The Solo2 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones from Apple-owned Beats are getting even more colorful. The company has just announced three new very familiar colors – space gray, silver, and gold.

As you probably already guessed, those three options are designed to match the color schemes found on the new MacBook and latest iPhone and iPad models.


The new Solo2 Wireless headphone colors.

Originally unveiled back in November, the wireless Solo2 was the first product announced from Beats after being acquired by Apple for $3 billion in May 2014.

Thanks to Bluetooth technology, you can listen wirelessly to music up to 30 feet away from your device. The built-in battery lasts for up to 12 hours of playback before needing to be recharged. With the included cable, you can use the headphones without draining any battery power and also take handsfree calls with the built-in microphone.

The headphones retail for $299.95 and can be ordered now from Apple’s online site. The new colors should also be available at local Apple Stores soon. Buyers can also select from a red, white, or blue version of the wireless Solo2.

You can use Bluetooth headphones, like the Solo2 and others, to wirelessly connect to the upcoming Apple Watch and listen to music from the device’s on-board storage. Even though if you order one of the new Solo2 colors, the headphones will hopefully arrive long before any Apple Watch order.

For other recent accessory news, see: Mophie expands its Space Pack lineup with new options for the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and iPad mini, Grovemade unveils its beautiful and handcrafted Laptop Stand for any MacBook, and The new FLIR FX Wi-Fi camera takes on both Google’s Dropcam and GoPro.

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