Apple, which owns Beats by Dre, didn't trot out any new Beats products at its. But shortly after the event ended, Beats sent out a quick press release, offering a sneak peak at new colors it has coming to match the new .
The on-ear Apple.com, starting Wednesday, for $300.is available for purchase in satin gold and satin silver at
Meanwhile, Beats' UrBeats3 earphones with Lightning Connector will be available in yellow, blue and coral pink later this fall.
No word yet on whether thewill also get new color options this fall, but we suspect it will.
Earlier in the year, rumor had it Apple was developing a pair of higher-end AirPods with noise cancellation, water resistance and . Apple didn't announce a second-generation model at its iPhone event today either.
Rumor had it that Apple might also be working on Bose QuietComfort 35 II and the just-released Sony WH-1000XM3, which is arguably the best noise-canceling headphone currently available. No Apple-branded full-size noise-canceling headphones were announced at the event either.. That headphone would not only be designed to compete with its own Beats headphone, but the
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