Apple gives Beats Solo2 headphones to customers

Apple gives Beats Solo2 headphones to customers

With the back-to-school season coming quickly Apple has decided to go ahead by starting its annual back-to-school promotion now. This year the company has a pretty sweet deal – it gives away a free pair of Beats Solo2 headphones, which sell for around USD 200, to people who buy a Mac computer through the company’s education pricing program, which is open to students and teachers.

The promotion, however, goes one step further – for USD 100 customers who participate in the program can upgrade the headphones to the wireless Solo2 version of the same headphones. The promotion applies to the iMac, the MacBook, the MacBook Pro, the MacBook Air and the Mac Pro, including configure-to-order versions of these products.

Unfortunately for some Apple fans, the promotion is only available in the USA and Canada. It runs until September 18 this year so you still have quite some time to participate if you want.

Source: The Verge

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