urBeats headphones deliver excellent quality and control for the music on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Solid metal housing
Precision-machined single-billet metal housing prevents vibrations and unwelcome sound from tainting your listening experience.
Whether you keep urBeats pristine or throw them in and out of your bag, you don't have to worry about them breaking or fraying anytime soon.
In-line mic for calls
Switch easily between music and incoming calls. No need to take off your headphones or talk into the phone like a walkie-talkie.
- Exclusive driver design pumps out the deepest bass, soaring highs, and ultra-clear midrange
- Lightweight design is ideal for listening during exercise, travel, or for everyday wear
- Hard chrome earphone finishes for rugged durability and everlasting shine
- Precision-machined single-billet metal housing prevents vibrations and unwelcome sonic artifacts
- Built-in mic lets you talk hands-free on your Apple device
- Also works with online voice and video chats on iPod touch or iPhone
- Sealed in-ear construction and multiple eartip designs block out external noise
Did you notice?Hard chrome earphone finishes help urBeats withstand the test of time.
Apple Recommends ForHear exactly what the artist was feeling in the studio when you listen to music on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch.
What's in the Box?
- urBeats in-ear headphones
- In-line remote and mic cable (features may vary)
- Storage pouch
- Four pairs of ear-tip fittings
- Form Factor: In Ear
- No. of Microphones: 1
- Mfr. Part Number: MHAQ2AM/A
- UPC or EAN No.: 848447010813
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty: One-year limited
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Ratings & Reviews
Hands down the BEST in-ear earbuds I have ever worn and listened with in my life! I was extremely hesitant at first to spend $100 Hands down the BEST in-ear earbuds I have ever worn and listened with in my life! I was extremely hesitant at first to spend $100 on headphones; however, in hindsight and with a bit of gentle prodding from my local Apple Specialist, I can't ever imagine not having them. The sound is so clean and clear. I don't have to turn them up super loud in order to be able to enjoy my music the way I want to. My only point of discontent was with the selection of rubber earbuds that came with it. None of them really fit or felt comfortable in my ear. I had to buy a third party set in order to find a size that worked right for me. Overall though, I couldn't be happier! …
- Written by Terrance O from New York
79 of 99 people found this useful
Way too high priced for the low build quality and even poor sound quality.
Okay, I will be honest here. I bought these In-Ear Headphones all excited because they were my first pair of Beats. After use for Okay, I will be honest here. I bought these In-Ear Headphones all excited because they were my first pair of Beats. After use for one month, they gave me a ton of problems. The biggest one was the entire inner ear bud getting destroyed and bam, they were gone and it was too late to get my money back. Quality was fine while it lasted but only for bass enriched songs. …
- Written by Tyler P from North Attleboro
32 of 42 people found this useful
I've had these headphones for five months, and until recently, they've been decent. The sound quality is exquisite, but be wary th I've had these headphones for five months, and until recently, they've been decent. The sound quality is exquisite, but be wary that the headphones DO block out large quantities of outside noise, and if you're, say, walking somewhere, you won't be able to hear someone, which clearly can be problematic. The rubber earbuds are different, but adaptable. The first issue I ran into is when I go jogging, the headphones won't stay in for long, I believe because of the rubber earbuds. They've been so difficult that I tend to not listen to music while I jog. The second problem I encountered was that the headphone jack was too large to fit past my iPhone's "LifeProof" case. The case is too big for regular headphones, and I thought that these would work, due to the straightness of the jack--wrong. My latest problem, which is irreparable, is that the wire to the headphone jack is wearing out, and becoming difficult to have clear sound. The sound quality is now very finnicky because of the wear on the wire, which means the sound coming in and out, depending on the degree of the wire, is consistent in only one ear. I have to twist the wire "just so" to get sound back in the other ear. This recent difficulty is NOT covered under the warranty, and is even specifically listed. I am upset that I spent this sort of money on headphones that are marketed as notably durable, and I feel that my money would have been better spent on Apple's $30 headphones, which probably would have endured the same amount, and at a fraction of the cost. …
- Written by Krissy B from Concord
38 of 62 people found this useful
Great in-ear headphones!
I purchased this to go with my iPhone 6 Plus so I've only had it for a few weeks now. I have to say I love these! I've used thes I purchased this to go with my iPhone 6 Plus so I've only had it for a few weeks now. I have to say I love these! I've used these more than I've used all other past in-ear headphones and that says a lot. I typically used my previous ones when it's convenient (so that I'm not an inconvenience to others). I have found with these I use them all the time! Very easy to wear, non-tangling, light-weight and great sound. Glad I made this purchase! …
- Written by Linda L from Dacula
Poor quality Earphones
Sound wise are good depending on the music you listen. If you like intense bass, these could fit your needs, however, quality wise Sound wise are good depending on the music you listen. If you like intense bass, these could fit your needs, however, quality wise are terrible. I bought these earphones on April 28th 2014, I only use them for jogging and always keep them in their small bag for protection. However it's been 4 months and the cable connected to the plug is breaking internally and the sound goes on and off and the microphone doesn't work any more.
very poor quality for the price! …
- Written by Michel S from Miami
3 of 3 people found this useful
Save your money
urBeats are the nothing but cheap. They're $25 headphones that are $100 for the Beats logo.
Better off purchasing the Skullcan urBeats are the nothing but cheap. They're $25 headphones that are $100 for the Beats logo.
Better off purchasing the Skullcandy Ink'd 2. …
- Written by William H from Mt Pleasant
4 of 5 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Can siri be activated by the inbuilt mic button to accept voice commands like play songs or dial ABC?
- Asked by Rahul M from Ilford
- Nov 13, 2014
Can I I run in the rain with them?
- Asked by Mark G from Caseville
- Sep 29, 2014
They are not waterproof, so don't try to run in the rain. In fact, if you sweat in the least, I wou They are not waterproof, so don't try to run in the rain. In fact, if you sweat in the least, I wouldn't run in them at all, rain or no rain. The moisture will build up in the earbuds and within 1 week, you will notice the sounds tart to degrade. As well, you will risk ruining the control due to sweat that seeps down the cord and into the control. If you want to run, I recommend $5 wal-mart earphone. Unless you have $100 bills burning a hole in your pocket and you are ready to replace the urBeats every month or so. …
- Answered by Ted L from Raleigh
- Oct 9, 2014
do theses Beats have any Warranty/Guarantee?
- Asked by Peter H
- Dec 7, 2013
One year limited warranty that covers factory defects
- Answered by George H from Santa Clara
- Dec 12, 2013
Are they suitable for commuting? Will I be able to hear music over loud traffic?
- Asked by Leanne P
- Aug 15, 2014
Yes for sure however because the sound is so pure you definitely would not be able to hear loud sire Yes for sure however because the sound is so pure you definitely would not be able to hear loud sirens from Police or ambulances so that may not be the wisest idea :) …
- Answered by Dillon H from Canyon Lake
- Aug 29, 2014