What you need to know
- Apple's Beats Studio Buds are now on sale across Europe.
- The earbuds were previously only available in the United States and Canada.
Apple has made its excellent Beats Studio Buds available for order across Europe for the first time. The earbuds were initially only available in the United States and Canada following their launch last month.
The Beats Studio Buds are now available for order direct from Apple in a host of European countries including the UK, while third-party retailers like Amazon are also showing availability for delivery from July 21.
Priced at just $149, the Beats Studio Buds are a great option for those who don't want to stretch to the $249 needed to get into AirPods Pro. That being said, there are always AirPods Pro deals to be had if you have the patience to find them, so that might be something to keep in mind when planning a purchase.
Featuring active noise-canceling technology and USB-C charging for their own charging case, the Beats Studio Pro are also a great option for Android users that wouldn't normally benefit from some of the instant device switching that AirPods Pro sport when paired with Apple hardware. The Beats earbuds also come in white, black, and red colors which is two more than Apple's offering.
Totally wireless from Beats
Beats Studio Buds feature active noise cancellation, USB-C charging, choice of white, black, or red, and up to 8 hours of battery life.
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