If you're like me, you give Apple hundreds of dollars every year for accessories and devices, especially headphones. I can't keep a pair for more than a few months, maybe less than I care to admit. So when my eye was caught my the Beats By Dre Wireless Headphones, I invested.
My Siren Red and grey plugs are my go-to. From the gym to my commute to work, I experience quality sound and musical engineering. All for a beautiful price of $250. Yes, that's a lot for headphones, but I'd shell out that much for wired Apple (or whatever I find on sale) plugs in six months (some things are better off without detail). You actually end up saving a few dollars in the end. No one wants frayed wires, certainly not me.
I know - You want to know about the 'bad.' No huge complaints here, but I didn't care for the fact that I had to buy a Droid charger for them. If it's sold in Apple, they should be Apple-tech compatible. But that's just me.
Beats Wireless also has a decent battery life (a full charge lasts me 2.5-3 days). Though I wish they'd charge faster, they get a decent amount of juice in about 20 minutes. If Apple is seriously ridding of the headphone jack to move to Bluetooth, battery life should be highly considered.
Oh, and the color selection. I miraculously found these at the Grand Central Apple Store and had to snag them. They're marked as 'red' online and in the store, but they're like a coral-red-pink in contrast to the actual red sold. If Beats won't make feminine designs for these, the coral is the least they could do (if you want color in your life, click here for Beats By Dre's Powerbeats). FYI- not all colors are available in stores, you might have to purchase them on the Beats website.