Apple unveils new 'Psychworld' limited edition Beats Studio3 headphones

Psychworld Beats
Psychworld Beats (Image credit: Beats by Dre)

What you need to know

  • A new pair of Beats Studio3 headphones is coming Friday.
  • They were made in partnership with Psychworld And Don Toliver.
  • They feature a striking green digital camo design.

Apple and Beats by Dre have today announced a new pair of Beats Studio3 headphones coming on April 22, created in partnership with Psychworld And Don Toliver.

A release video shared to YouTube states:

Psychworld's neon green palette brings exciting energy to the streetwear scene, and now to Beats Studio3. The digi-camo print makes the headphone stand out, while Active Noise Cancellation will keep you immersed in the music. Dropping 4/22 at 9AM PST.

Whilst an aging model, the Beats Studio 3 headphones are still an excellent choice for headphones. From our review:

If the pairing of Apple's W1 chip and solid noise-cancellation sounds like music to your ears, you'll love the $349 Beats Studio 3 Wireless. They're not quite as comfortable or top-tier as the QC35s, but if easy connectivity and lengthy battery life matters to you more than having the edge in comfort or industry-leading noise cancellation, they're a solid alternative and more than worth considering.

You can find all of the best Beats deals here.

Apple announced its own noise-canceling over-ear headphones, the AirPods Max late last year, from Apple:

Apple today announced AirPods Max, innovative wireless headphones that bring the magic of AirPods to an over-ear design with high-fidelity sound. AirPods Max combine a custom acoustic design, H1 chips, and advanced software to power computational audio for a breakthrough listening experience with Adaptive EQ, Active Noise Cancellation, Transparency mode, and spatial audio. AirPods Max come in five gorgeous colors, including space gray, silver, sky blue, green, and pink, and are available to order starting today, with availability beginning Tuesday, December 15.

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