Apple announces Beats Flex: wireless headphones with Apple W1 chip

Another new Apple product yesterday was the Beats Flex wireless headphones. Nothing was said about them at the presentation, but the novelty has already appeared on the company’s website.

What is known
The headphones received four colors, a remote control, magnets for the play/pause function, as well as a proprietary Apple W1 chip, with which they can be quickly connected to the company’s products. Beats Flex also boasts support for wireless audio sharing.

With regard to autonomy, then, according to the company, they will live on a single charge for about 12 hours. In comparison, the similar OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z earbuds last up to 20 hours. Beats Flex also got a fast charge (10 minutes – 1.5 hours of operation) and a USB-C port. The device weighs 18.6 g.

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