Beats is adding to its Solo3 Wireless range with the launch of its Club Collection.
These new wire-free cans feature some bold new colours which include red, yellow, white and navy.
Although the designs have changed, these headphones still offer all the features found on the standard Solo3 which inlcude a flexible headband, pivoting ear cups and noise isolation.
There’s also 40-hour battery life, Class 1 Bluetooth for optimum connectivity and a Fast Fuel 5-minute charge for an immediate three hours of playback.
Plus, with the W1 chip tucked inside you get a simple connection to all of your Apple devices.
The Club Collection Solo3 Wireless are available for £179.95 at Apple.com and at Apple retail stores beginning Wednesday, June 12.
To coincide with the launch Beats partnered with Kyra TV’s NAYVA, a female-led fashion and beauty show hosted by four of YouTube’s next generation of content creators.
Throughout the episode, the girls curate unique, streetwear-inspired looks while incorporating the new colourways from The Club Collection.
The episode will air on Tuesday, June 18th on Kyra TV’s YouTube channel along with an Apple Music playlist featuring their favourite songs.
The launch of these new cans comes after Beats also recently announced its new Powerbeats Pro.
These in-ear music makers offer a range of upgrades including a smaller and lighter design, better sound and 9-hour battery life.
Beats says that it has completely re-engineered the Powerbeats Pro from the inside out with the earphones boasting an upgraded linear piston driver that leverages an efficient, pressurised airflow to create a powerful acoustic response in a small package.
Along with sounding better, they should also be much more comfortable to wear with Beats saying fit and stability is paramount to its Powerbeats Pro.
In fact, they actually 23 per cent smaller and 17 per cent lighter than its predecessor plus the lightweight design is also sweat and water-resistant.
Other features of the headphones include the ability to control volume and tracks from either of the two earbuds and there’s automatic play/pause when they are removed from your head.
When they run out of juice you can fast charge them, with 90 minutes playback available in just five minutes.