It looks like we’re not just going to see Apple products being announced at the September 7 event. This is because Beats – acquired by Apple in 2014, but still on the market with its own brand – let it slip that some of its products will also be announced in next week’s keynote.
Some vehicles like the iGen.fr received an email [Google Tradutor] confirming the information that “a selection of new Beats by Dre products will be unveiled” at the event. The email image was published on the website, but the company asked for it to be removed.
This news ends up confirming the suspicions that we could see in some certificates that talked about the new versions of the iPhone and the Apple Watch, an alleged wireless headset from Apple called “AirPods” and such Beats headphones.
Bowers & Wilkins launches new wireless headphones
Even though many have not “enjoyed” the almost certain withdrawal of the 3.5mm outlet of the “iPhone 7”, the market seems to be already very aware of this.
In that momentum, the British audio company Bowers & Wilkins just launched the P7 Wireless, wireless version of P7.
But if you found it beautiful, take it easy because it costs an expensive face: $ 400. Of course, B&W products are of very good quality, both in exterior finish and in audio quality. Theoretically it can take 17 hours of use. If that value is a little out of your reality, you can take advantage of the prices of other models that have dropped: the P7 (wired) is $ 350 and the P5 Wireless went from $ 300 to $ 230.
Maybe it is a certain pretension to think that they launched this product * only * because of the new iPhone, but I believe that, in a way, this decision by Apple to remove the 3.5mm jack will invariably end up boosting the Bluetooth headset market .
[via iDownloadBlog, CNET]