Apple has released limited-edition Beats Studio Buds to celebrate the Asian new year

Apple launched a limited version of its Beats Studio Buds wireless headphones on Monday to commemorate the Lunar New Year, which is observed by Asian nations such as China. The red and gold Studio Buds are a limited-edition design.

Limited-Edition Beats Studio Buds

The red Beats Studio Buds are already available, but the special Lunar New Year model features gold stripes that symbolize tiger print highlights, in honor of 2022 being the “Year of the Tiger.” The product will be accessible in stores beginning January 1, 2021, according to the business.

Beats Studio Buds, like Apple’s AirPods Pro, have an in-ear, completely wireless design. It has Active Noise Cancellation, interchangeable tips, an eight-hour battery life, and Bluetooth Class 1 for quick connecting with iOS and Android devices.

While no pricing information is available, the limited edition is expected to be the same price as the standard Beats Studio Buds, which retail for $149 at Apple but can be found for less on Amazon.

The Lunar New Year Studio Buds follow the release of a limited-edition AirTag in Japan with a tiger emoji, which was also announced in honor of the “Year of the Tiger.”

In Other News

Up to the iPhone 12, Apple consumers could turn on or off a noise-canceling feature for phone conversations under the Accessibility settings. For some inexplicable reason, this feature was never available for iPhone 13 customers, and they have been waiting months for Apple to remedy the issue.

The problem is that this conversation began on October 29, more than two months ago. Apple just released iOS 15.2, which did not resolve the issue, and the issue is still there in the iOS 15.3 beta. Despite this, iOS 15 includes a slew of new features, including easier methods to remove contacts and perform other arbitrary functions. We are hoping that the Silicon Valley tech giant resolves this issue soon.

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