The new Beats Flex are surprisingly budget wireless earphones from Apple
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Apple has devoted much of its latest Special Event to the iPhone 12 series, which has been revealed to be as expensive as its predecessors in some cases. However, the company has launched accessories that are much less so. The Beats Flex earphones offer some popular wireless features for a relatively bargain price.
These new products share a "neckbud" form-factor with the Powerbeats, although they resemble something like the OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z product in looks. Despite their unusually budget nature, they still have the W1 chipset from the original AirPods.
This module allows for "seamless" pairing with any and all of a given user's Apple mobile devices, "Class 1 Bluetooth" and potentially superior connection integrity and Audio Sharing, which allows the same stream to be synced across multiple Beats- or Apple-branded audio devices.
Beats also asserts that these new Flex earphones are rated for "accurate bass and ultra-low distortion" due to their "advanced acoustic platform". Besides this, they boast automatic pausing as a result of connecting them at the earbuds with their integrated magnets, as though Android OEMs have not done this with their own branded neckbuds for quite a while now.
These new wireless earphones are now available in Apple's web-store, if only in their Beats Black or Yuzu Yellow colorways, for US$49.99. There are also Flame Blue or Smoke Gray options, although they will only go on sale later in winter 2020.