It's a bit taboo around Head-Fi to get excited for a new Beats headphone, but hear me out because I believe Beats under Apple is on a true upwards trajectory and that the Beats Studio 3.0 will be the best wireless headphones on the market. What we know: - The Studio 3.0 will include an Apple W1 chip with industry-leading wireless range, perfected AAC Bluetooth support, and superior battery life. - Frequency response will be greatly improved if the Solo3 and the newest Beats headphones like the BeatsX are any indication. Soundstage and imaging (the Solo3's imaging is about on par with the HD800S) should also be better than expected. These are my most-anticipated wireless headphones for those reasons alone since Beats under Apple is a much better company and I think the Studio will be the pinnacle of the new Beats. Apple announced Studio3 today: https://www.beatsbydre.com/headphones/studio3-wireless HIghlights: - W1 chip. - Brand new drivers. - Next-gen "Pure ANC." - Real-time audio calibration to preserve ANC clarity. - 22 hours of battery with ANC on, 40 hours with ANC off. - Improved earpads. - $349, only $50 more than the Solo3. - New colors. Edit: By the way, I feel I should probably justify why an audiophile who will spend whatever for the best sound is so excited about Beats Studio3: these are the exact features in a wireless headphone I've wanted for over a year. - Best-in-class wireless reliability/range. - Flawless AAC support! - Comfortable over-ear design second to Bose in overall comfort, based on the previous model. - Hopefully audiophile-tuned sound with bass emphasis. Even better if it beats Sony and Bose. - ANC that can be disabled. (I could do without ANC but I don't mind it if it can be disabled without affecting the sound negatively.) - 40+ hours of battery life with ANC disabled. - Materials designed for everyday use. (Premium materials like leather and metal aren't conducive to workouts.) Only feature it's missing is a Lightning connector as I don't use micro USB so it's a bit inconvenient to have to switch cables to charge it. I'm honestly so pumped that Beats Apple is releasing it I'm tempted to pre-order. Could care less that they're Beats branded if they sound as good or better than the competition.