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Our favorite headphones for iPhone, iPad, iPod and Mac

We're always getting asked about the devices we're using and since Apple owns Beats, a lot of people want to know if we're Beats users (we're not). Here are the iMore staff's picks for favorite headphones!

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Best Bluetooth headphones for iPhone

With rumors of a disappearing headphone jack surround the iPhone 7, there’s never been a better time to buy a set of Bluetooth headphones.

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Don't like Apple's EarPods? Here are the best under-$50 replacements!

Give your ears some variety with the best in-ear headphones under $50 to replace your EarPods.

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Save $100 on the amazing Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay H6 over-ear headphones

If you are in the market for some high-end headphones, you've likely checked out the Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay H6 over-ear headphones previously. Normally, the headphones retail for $400, but right now you can pick a pair up for $100 less at Amazon, making it just $300.

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Best over-ear headphones: As chosen by Mobile Nations editors

In-ear headphones aren't for all people and situations, with over-ear cans offering much in the way of comfort, richer sound and top drawer noise cancellation. Here we round up Mobile Nations' finest headphone wearers to share what they're using and why.

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Best Bluetooth headphones for iPhone and Apple Watch

Bluetooth headphones give you the freedom to enjoy music wirelessly, both on your iPhone and your Apple Watch.

Whether you're hitting the gym, heading out for a run, or just hate cords, there's a lot of reasons you might want Bluetooth wireless headphones. They come in over-ear, on-ear, and in-in varieties, just like regular headsets, and shopping for them can be overwhelming given the vast selection and range of price points. To help you choose, here are our favorite Bluetooth headphones for iPhone — and they're also great for use with the Apple Watch on the go!

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Our favorite headphones for iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Mac

We often get asked what we're using, be it devices, apps, or accessories. Ever since Apple bought Beats, we've increasingly been asked what headphones we're using. Given that there are a number of secret headset shortcuts for controlling the iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Mac as well, that should come as no surprise.

So, we rounded up the staff here at iMore and enlisted several of our friends from Mobile Nations and put together this list of our headphone favorites!

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Philips' new on-ear headphones connect to your iPhone through the Lightning port

At CES 2015, Philips has unveiled a new set of on-ear headphones that connect to your iOS device through the Lightning port. The Fidelio NC1L feature 24-bit Digital to Analog Conversion, as well as amplification and noise cancellation, all done in the headphones themselves rather than on the phone.

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Blue Mo-Fi Headphones Review

Ever since I started working in the tech field and traveling more often than I ever did, I've always been in pursuit of the best set of headphones. Not just for podcasting or zoning out at home, but for when I'm sitting in airports, on a plane, or just trying to put myself to sleep in a hotel room. I'm not a huge fan of earbuds, so I've opted for over-the-ear headphones in my search. Some of my favorites in the past have been the Urbanears Zinken and the Bose Around Ear Headphones — though I've been through quite a few sets trying to find one that suits me best. I recently received a pair of Blue's new Mo-Fi headphones however, changing everything I thought a solid pair of headphones should be.

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How to take a photo or shoot video using the volume up button with your iPhone or iPad

The Camera app on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad can take a picture or start a video with a simple tap of the big, round shutter button right on the screen. If you're trying to take a photo or shoot video one-handed, however, or even just depending on your position, even that big, round button can be out of reach. Luckily, Apple also lets you activate the shutter and take a picture or start recording with the volume up button.

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