New iPhone 13 colors have come and gone; no doubt more will follow in due course, but let's not neglect our audio needs. No Pantones here, just a trio of new Beats by Dre Studio Earbud colorways.

Tech colorways have always added an extra layer of fun to your purchasing habits. Easy personalization without the leg work of full-on customization ala Timothy Chalamet? Win-win.

I've always been mad about it. I was the kid eagerly trading around Xbox 360 controllers when new colors landed, shipping over vinyl stickers from China to customize my console. Heck, choosing which LG Cookie finish I wanted in 2008 was one of the hardest decisions of my life.

Apple knows how to keep us on the edge of our seats – dangling slightly tweaked iPhones and Macs in front of our faces once or twice a year, and just when we think we've settled into our new tech, new colorways! First-world problems. Yawn.

Now that the frenzy for the "Alpine Green" iPhone 13 has settled, it feels like a suitable time to avert your attention to your earbuds of choice. In this case, that's the Beats Studio Earbuds.

Following the release of the Beats Fit Pro in the EU, the Studio's makeover is a welcomed one for those who prefer a secure case (sorry, but the Fit Pro case is dreadful) and fit more akin to AirPods Pro.

The trio of colorways includes "Sunset Pink," "Ocean Blue," and "Moon Grey."

All three colorways are available to shop globally via Apple now.

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