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  • Product Information

    Overview

    Beats Custom Acoustic Platform

    Beats Studio Buds + custom acoustic platform packs powerful, balanced sound in a sophisticated, pocketable design. Reengineered acoustic venting improves audio precision and gently relieves pressure for a more comfortable all-day fit. Each bud is equipped with a two-layer transducer that flexes to deliver cleaner bass and ultra-low distortion. So whether you’re listening to music or taking calls, Studio Buds + deliver rich, immersive sound wherever you go.

    Active Noise Cancelling and Transparency Mode

    At the touch of a button, two dynamic listening modes let you choose whether to keep the world out or let it in. Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) has been engineered to adapt to your personal fit, neutralizing unwanted external noise. Easily switch to Transparency mode when you need awareness of the world around you.

    More Music, Less Charging

    With up to 36 hours of total battery life¹ including 27 hours from the sleek, pocket-sized charging case and up to 9 hours from the earbuds, Beats Studio Buds + are ready to go whenever you are. Find yourself low on battery? A 5-minute Fast Fuel charge provides an hour of additional use² so you get more music, podcasts, and calls between every charge.

    Enhanced Apple and Android Compatibility

    Beats Studio Buds + offer a robust set of Apple and Android features including one-touch pairing and ‘Find My’ device. ³

    Enhanced Apple Compatibility

    Beats Studio Buds + offer a host of native Apple features:

    • One-touch pairing – easy, one-touch setup instantly pairs with every device in your iCloud account⁴
    • “Hey Siri”  – simply say “Hey Siri” to activate your voice assistant⁵
    • Find My – locate your lost earbuds on a map based on the last known connected location⁶
    • Over-the-air updates – receive software updates and new features automatically
    Enhanced Android Compatibility

    Beats Studio Buds + are equipped with an array of native Android features:

    • Google Fast Pair – connect quickly with a single tap, and automatically pair to all Android or Chrome devices registered to your Gmail account⁷
    • Audio Switch – seamlessly transition audio between your Android, Chromebook, and other compatible devices⁸
    • Find My Device – easily locate your lost buds with Google Find My Device⁹

    For additional features, download the Beats app to unlock access to product customization, software updates, and new features to get the most out of your headphones.

    Clear Calls

    Upgraded voice-targeting microphones in Beats Studio Buds + give you high-quality call performance. These powerful microphones actively filter out background noise to enhance the clarity of your voice.

    Fit For Better Sound

    Beats Studio Buds + offer a comfortable fit with a perfect acoustic seal for the best sound experience. With four eartip options (XS, S, M & L), Studio Buds + are designed to fit a wider range of ears. Simple, customizable on-ear controls give you quick access to your favorite settings and sweat and water resistance (IPX4) lets you take them anywhere you want to go.¹⁰

    Highlights

    Feel the emotion of powerful, balanced sound from Beats custom acoustic platform

    Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) adapts to your personal fit to keep you immersed in the music

    Transparency mode blends your listening experience with the world around you

    Up to 36 hours of total battery life (9-hour earbuds + 27-hour charging case)¹

    Enhanced Apple and Android compatibility with one-touch pairing and deeper ecosystem integration³

    Crisp, clear call performance from upgraded, voice-targeting mics

    Sweat and water resistant earbuds (IPX4-rated)¹⁰

    Four soft eartip sizes provide a comfortable, stable fit and an acoustic seal for the best sound quality

    Spatial audio for Dolby Atmos surrounds you with sound¹¹

    Extended range and fewer dropouts with industry-leading Class 1 Bluetooth®

    Pocket-sized charging case with USB-C connector

    What’s in the Box

    Beats Studio Buds + Earbuds

    Pocketable charging case

    Eartips with four size options

    USB-C to USB-C charging cable

    Warranty card

    (USB-C power adapter sold separately)

    Tech Specs

    Height: (case) 2. 55cm / 1in, (bud) 1.5cm / 0.59in

    Length: (case) 7.2cm / 2.83in, (bud) 2.05cm / 0.81in

    Width: (case) 5.1cm / 2in, (bud) 1.85cm / 0.73in

    Weight: (case) 49g, (bud) 5g, (total) 59g

    Form Factor: In Ear

    Power Source: Battery

    Batteries: Rechargeable lithium-ion

    Connectivity:
    Class 1 Wireless Bluetooth®

    Battery:
    Beats Studio Buds + (single charge): up to 36 hours of listening time with up to 9 hours from the earbuds and three additional charges from the charging case¹
    Fast Fuel: a 5-minute charge provides up to 1 hour of playback²

    On-device controls:
    Single multi-function button per side

    Packaging:
    Beats Studio Buds + packaging is made from 95% plant-based material sourced from recycled fiber and/or sustainable forests¹²

  • Compatibility

    iPhone Models

    • iPhone 14 Pro
    • iPhone 14 Pro Max
    • iPhone 14
    • iPhone 14 Plus
    • iPhone 13 Pro
    • iPhone 13 Pro Max
    • iPhone 13 mini
    • iPhone 13
    • iPhone SE (3rd generation)
    • iPhone 12 Pro
    • iPhone 12 Pro Max
    • iPhone 12 mini
    • iPhone 12
    • iPhone 11 Pro
    • iPhone 11 Pro Max
    • iPhone 11
    • iPhone SE (2nd generation)
    • iPhone XS
    • iPhone XS Max
    • iPhone XR
    • iPhone X
    • iPhone 8
    • iPhone 8 Plus
    • iPhone 7
    • iPhone 7 Plus
    • iPhone 6s
    • iPhone 6s Plus
    • iPhone SE (1st generation)

    iPad Models

    • iPad Pro 12. 9-inch (6th generation)
    • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (5th generation)
    • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (4th generation)
    • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd generation)
    • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2nd generation)
    • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (1st generation)
    • iPad Pro 11-inch (4th generation)
    • iPad Pro 11-inch (3rd generation)
    • iPad Pro 11-inch (2nd generation)
    • iPad Pro 11-inch (1st generation)
    • iPad Pro 10. 5-inch
    • iPad Pro 9.7-inch
    • iPad Air (5th generation)
    • iPad Air (4th generation)
    • iPad Air (3rd generation)
    • iPad Air 2
    • iPad (10th generation)
    • iPad (9th generation)
    • iPad (8th generation)
    • iPad (7th generation)
    • iPad (6th generation)
    • iPad (5th generation)
    • iPad mini (6th generation)
    • iPad mini (5th generation)
    • iPad mini 4

    Mac Models

    • MacBook Air (15-inch, M2, 2023)
    • MacBook Air (13-inch, M2, 2022)
    • MacBook Air (M1, 2020)
    • MacBook Air (Retina, 13‑inch, 2020)
    • MacBook Air (Retina, 13-inch, 2018 – 2019)
    • MacBook Air (13-inch, Early 2015 – 2017)
    • MacBook Air (11-inch, Early 2015)
    • MacBook Pro (13‑inch, M2, 2022)
    • MacBook Pro (13-inch, M1, 2020)
    • MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2020)
    • MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016 – 2019)
    • MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Late 2012 – 2015)
    • MacBook Pro (14‑inch, 2023)
    • MacBook Pro (14‑inch, 2021)
    • MacBook Pro (16‑inch, 2023)
    • MacBook Pro (16‑inch, 2021)
    • MacBook Pro (16-inch, 2019)
    • MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2016 – 2019)
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    • iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, Late 2014 – 2015)
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    • Mac mini (M1, 2020)
    • Mac mini (2018)
    • Mac mini (Late 2014)
    • Mac Pro (2023)
    • Mac Pro (2019)
    • Mac Pro (Late 2013)

    Apple Watch Models

    • Apple Watch Series 8
    • Apple Watch SE
    • Apple Watch Ultra
    • Apple Watch Series 7
    • Apple Watch Series 6
    • Apple Watch Series 5
    • Apple Watch Series 4
    • Apple Watch Series 3
    • Apple Watch Series 2
    • Apple Watch Series 1

    Apple TV Models

    • Apple TV 4K (3rd generation)
    • Apple TV 4K (2nd generation)
    • Apple TV 4K (1st generation)
    • Apple TV HD

    iPod Models

    • iPod touch (7th generation)

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Battery:
Beats Studio Buds + (single charge): up to 36 hours of listening time with up to 9 hours from the earbuds and three additional charges from the charging case¹
Fast Fuel: a 5-minute charge provides up to 1 hour of playback²

Packaging:
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The Best Apple Headphones of 2023: Reviews

  1. Table of Contents
  2. Intro
  3. Review Updates
  4. Best Headphones
  5. Best Earbuds
  6. Best Affordable
  7. Comparison
  8. Lineup
  9. Page Updates
  10. Conclusion
  11. Discussions

Updated May 30, 2023 at 10:28 am

By Kieran Dunn

While Apple is best known for laptops, smartphones, and tablets, they also make sleek headphones with a minimalist design. Their headphones are geared toward people who already use Apple products and fit into the ecosystem seamlessly. Their lineup isn’t very extensive, and they have limited functionality on Android, but they effectively deliver the simple yet premium user experience that Apple is known for.

Updates

  • 02/03/2023

    Apple AirPods Max Wireless updated

  • 11/23/2022

    Apple AirPods Pro (2nd generation) Truly Wireless reviewed

  • 12/22/2021

    Apple AirPods (2nd generation) Truly Wireless updated

  • 11/22/2021

    Apple AirPods (3rd generation) Truly Wireless reviewed

  • 11/04/2021

    Apple AirPods Pro Truly Wireless updated

Best Apple Headphones

  1. Best Apple Headphones

    Apple AirPods Max Wireless

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    7. 6

    Commute/Travel

    7.7

    Sports/Fitness

    7.0

    Office

    7.2

    Wireless Gaming

    5.6

    Wired Gaming

    7.2

    Phone Calls

    6.3

    Type

    Over-ear

    Enclosure

    Closed-Back

    Wireless

    Yes

    Transducer

    Dynamic

    Noise Cancelling

    Yes

    Mic

    Yes

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    The Apple AirPods Max Wireless are the best Apple headphones we’ve tested. These sleek and premium over-ears have an outstanding active noise cancelling (ANC) feature, which can reduce bass-range noise like bus or plane engines, ambient chatter, and higher-pitched sounds like the hum of an AC unit. They also have a sleek aluminum design that feels well-built. Their neutral sound profile offers a touch of extra thump and rumble that fans of EDM and hip-hop will especially enjoy. They also have a continuous battery life of over 21 hours, and Apple advertises that a five-minute quick charge can give you up to 1.5 hours of additional playtime, though we don’t currently test this feature.

    Unfortunately, there isn’t a way to turn them off, and when you put them in their carrying case, they enter a low-power mode. The carrying case is mediocre, as it’s only a sleeve that covers the two ear cups. It’s by design, meaning you can use the headband as a carrying handle. While they use premium materials like aluminum and silicone, the mesh screen surrounding the headband seems fragile and prone to damage, especially if you use the headband as a handle. They’re a suitable choice if you’re looking for sleek Apple headphones that deliver a powerful noise cancellation performance.

    See our review

  2. Best Apple Earbuds

    Apple AirPods Pro (2nd generation) Truly Wireless

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    7. 4

    Commute/Travel

    8.2

    Sports/Fitness

    8.3

    Office

    7.3

    Wireless Gaming

    5.7

    Wired Gaming

    5.6

    Phone Calls

    6.4

    Type

    In-ear

    Enclosure

    Closed-Back

    Wireless

    Truly Wireless

    Transducer

    Dynamic

    Noise Cancelling

    Yes

    Mic

    Yes

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    The Apple AirPods Pro (2nd generation) Truly Wireless are the best Apple earbuds we’ve tested. These earbuds are the updated version of the Apple AirPods Pro Truly Wireless and offer similar overall performance with some improvements. Their ANC offers better overall performance, so they do an excellent job of reducing noise during your commute or at the office. By default, they have a warm sound profile suitable for various genres and types of content. The manufacturer advertises their ‘adaptive EQ’ to adjust their sound profile based on the buds’ fit and your ear shape. They also have a ‘Spatial Audio’ virtual surround sound feature to create a more immersive listening experience. They lack customization features like an EQ.

    They have a comfortable and stable fit for long listening sessions. They don’t leak a lot of noise, either, so you can crank up the volume without annoying those around you. The earbuds’ onboard controls now provide clicky feedback and include a volume function, which the original model lacks. Their roughly 5.9 hours of continuous battery life is a small improvement over the previous generation’s, although the case now holds four charges instead of five. On the plus side, the case has a U1 chip that allows you to find it using the ‘Find My’ app if you misplace it.

    See our review

  3. Best Affordable Apple Headphones

    Apple AirPods (2nd generation) Truly Wireless

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    6.6

    Commute/Travel

    6.0

    Sports/Fitness

    7.8

    Office

    6.0

    Wireless Gaming

    5.4

    Wired Gaming

    5. 3

    Phone Calls

    5.9

    Type

    Earbuds

    Enclosure

    Open-Back

    Wireless

    Truly Wireless

    Transducer

    Dynamic

    Noise Cancelling

    No

    Mic

    Yes

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    If you’re looking for the best of Apple’s more affordable offerings, look at the Apple AirPods (2nd generation) Truly Wireless. While they aren’t cheap, products in the AirPods line-up are more budget-friendly than the AirPods Pro models. They have an open-back design and lack ANC, so they aren’t well-suited for use in noisy places. The 2nd generation AirPods are also missing some features compared to the newer 3rd generation, like button-type controls, adaptive EQ, and support for Apple Music’s ‘Spacial Audio’ Feature, but they have a smaller in-ear profile and more comfortable fit for most users, which give them a leg up over their successor. While their sound lacks bass, they have a very accurate mid-range response well-suited for content like podcasts or classical music.

    They have an h2 chip for easier pairing with other Apple products and low latency with iOS devices, so you won’t notice audio lag while watching a video on your iPhone. They block out virtually no ambient sound, but that can be a plus if you like to stay aware of your surroundings when walking around. Unfortunately, at around four hours, they have the shortest battery life of all the products listed here. That said, they come with a small case that holds five extra charges. If you want to avoid running out of power or want a less expensive option, the Apple EarPods are basic, cheap, wired earbuds. Like the AirPods, they don’t block out ambient sound and don’t reproduce much bass, so they work best for content like audiobooks.

    See our review

Compared to other brands

  • Seamless integration with Apple devices.
    Apple’s wireless headphones all feature their W1/h2 chip, allowing them to pair seamlessly with your iPhone, iPad, and Mac. You can also purchase their wired earbuds with a Lightning cable instead of a regular audio cable for compatibility with newer iPhones that don’t have an audio jack.
  • Compact yet comfortable earbud and in-ear options.
    All their models are ultra-compact and super portable. The Airpods and AirPods Pro have a lightweight earbud design that makes them barely noticeable once in your ears. The over-ear Airpods Pro Max are also quite comfortable on the head.
  • Open-back and closed-back models available.
    Apple is one of the few brands with open and closed-back earphone options. While the open-back EarPods and AirPods aren’t great if you’re looking to block out noise while traveling or listening to bass-heavy music, many people prefer the extra awareness they help provide.
  • Few customization options.
    Apple prides itself on delivering a simple, intuitive user experience, but this comes at the expense of customizability. Many high-end headphones have many customizable features, like EQ options, room effects, or even different Bluetooth codecs. However, Apple’s wireless headphones only provide basic features if you pair them with your phone, like ANC on/off and button mapping.
  • Mediocre controls.
    Since Apple’s headphones are designed with their other products in mind, their controls generally aren’t fully compatible with products from other brands. Some important functions, like volume control, are missing from some of their truly wireless models—you’re expected to use Siri instead, which isn’t always very convenient.

Apple vs Bose

Bose and Apple are strong competitors in the world of premium in-ears and often trade first and second place on most “best of” lists. While Apple’s headphones offer seamless integration with the rest of the brand’s product ecosystem, Bose provides more variety in its lineup, with better customizability and a top-of-the-line active noise cancellation (ANC) system that’s made them a go-to for peace and quiet. However, they lack other Apple-exclusive features, like Spacial Audio and Adaptive EQ. For more info, check out our article on the best Bose headphones.

Apple vs Sennheiser

Sennheiser and Apple both produce premium earbuds for everyday use. However, Sennheiser has a greater variety of products. You can find everything from affordable gym earbuds to audiophile-standard over-ears, all of which have great sound quality and come with a wide set of features. However, their earbuds’ design and controls aren’t as intuitive as Apple’s. You can see more info on this brand in our article on the best Sennheiser headphones.

Apple vs Google

Google and Apple both manufacture earbuds intending to pair seamlessly with other products in each brand’s respective ecosystem. As a result, Google’s buds are a little less pricey than Apple’s and feel slightly less premium in their build. However, they’re more customizable and come with a graphic EQ and presets via the companion app. Ultimately, your preference depends on which ecosystem you’re already subscribed to.

Apple vs Bowers & Wilkins

Bowers & Wilkins and Apple are two very different companies. Bowers & Wilkins is a dedicated audio manufacturer. They produce high-end speakers and headphones for audiophiles and home cinemas. Apple produces a wide range of consumer electronics that create a tech ecosystem. While both produce high-end headphones, Apple’s tend to have better battery life and more robust controls. Neither of these companies offer sound customization settings for their audio products.

Apple makes compact, portable earbuds and in-ear headphones suitable for casual, daily use. They’re comfortable and easy to use with other Apple products. With the addition of the over-ear Apple AirPods Max Wireless, they’ve also set themselves apart from their competitors by using premium build materials. Unfortunately, the company’s commitment to simplicity results in mediocre controls and a lack of customization options. Their lineup is small, and most of their products look more or less the same. They have open and closed-back models, which is rare for a brand with such a small lineup.

Lineup

Apple’s headphones lineup is relatively small. They offer one pair of over-ear headphones and one pair of wired buds. The rest of their limited selection are premium wireless in-ears sold under the AirPods name, which have a few notable subcategories:

  • AirPods – Apple’s lowest-cost earbuds. Open-back, rigid plastic build that fits in your inner ear. No extra features.
  • AirPods Pro – Closed-back premium in-ear lineup. Plastic frame with a silicone tip that fits in your ear canal. They feature ANC, Adaptive EQ, and support Spatial Audio via Apple Music.
  • AirPods Max – Premium over-ear headphones. Minimalist plastic and metal build with customizable ear cup shells. They feature ANC, Adaptive EQ, and support Spatial Audio via Apple Music.

Recent Updates

  1. May 30, 2023:
    We validated the picks and text for accuracy and clarity.

  2. Mar 01, 2023:
    Added comparisons to other high-end in-ear headphone manufacturers and included an in-depth explanation of Apple’s AirPods lineup.

  3. Nov 28, 2022:
    Replaced the Apple AirPods Pro Truly Wireless with the newly-reviewed Apple AirPods Pro (2nd generation) Truly Wireless.

  4. Apr 05, 2022:
    Checked that picks represent the best recommendations and that the products are in stock.

  5. Jan 05, 2022:
    Checked that picks represent the best recommendations and that the products are in stock.

Conclusion

Apple are known for their commitment to simplicity⁠—things should “just work” without complex features or unnecessary user intervention. They don’t have many models in their lineup yet, but the headphones they’ve released fit the company’s vision and perform well overall. Their headphones have sleek, minimalist designs and tend to sound pretty decent. They can also be pricey, especially the more feature-packed models, but their wired earphones are cheap.

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