Lil Wayne edition Beats by Dr. Dre and more [Week’s Newest Deals]

Keep your phone in sight, within reach, and out of hand while driving.
Keep your phone in sight, within reach, and out of hand while driving.
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Hard to believe we’re well into the second half of the year, and just like the first half we’re bringing you new deals on gear and gadgets every week. This time around we’ve got a sleek car mount for your phone, a set of premium Dr. Dre’s Beats Pro, a massive bundle of design assets and a powerful tool for organizing thoughts and ideas. They’re all going for massive discounts, including the option to name your price. Take a look:

Best headphones: Lightning, Bluetooth, wired, on-ear and more [Reviews]

We've tested and reviewed top-rated headphones in a variety of categories and price ranges for you to choose the perfect pair.
We've tested and reviewed top-rated headphones in a variety of categories and price ranges for you to choose the perfect pair.
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We’ve gathered the latest and greatest headphones for review, and will update you regularly on our favorites. Whether you’re looking for the best over-ear headphones, the best wireless, Bluetooth or sports-specific headphones, Cult of Mac has you covered.

Check back often for our latest picks!

Big, comfy headphones make Mac gaming even better [Reviews]

These big cans are super light and comfortable.
These big cans are super light and comfortable.
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Massive over-ear headphones are the best way to immerse yourself in a video game, whether you’re managing the minutiae of Civilization V, hiding from the xenomorph in Alien Isolation, or blasting your way across multiplayer maps in Call of Duty: Black Ops.

Huge sound is a big part of gaming on your Mac, PC or PS4, and these fantastic-sounding and incredibly comfortable Siberia 350 headphones from SteelSeries are the best way to get your game on without sacrificing on comfort.

Apple supplier paves way for third-party Lightning headphones

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EarPods aren't going wireless in 2016.
EarPods might get a Lightning upgrade this year.
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Transitioning to a future when iPhones no longer come with 3.5mm headphone port is going to be a lot easier thanks to one Apple supplier that is ready to make Lightning headphones a thing.

Cirrus Logic, which makes analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits, revealed that it has created a new headset development kit that will allow accessory makers to quickly develop Lightning-headphones that are made for iPhone and iPad.