Bose is one of the best known in the world of canceling headphones noise thanks to its popular QuietComfort 25 names, and the company seems to be already preparing for the rumored removal of making iPhone 7 headphones with a version wireless.
Bose QuietComfort headphones new 35, released just a few hours ago, offer the same noise-canceling performance than their predecessors with cable, but with the possibility of pairing via Bluetooth and NFC technology. This would give maximum freedom of movement to users and make these compatible headset with the new apple smartphone if Apple finally decides to dispense with the 3.5 mm jack connector.
The company defines the QuietComfort 35 headphones as the best they have created to date. In addition, by making them declare that wireless had a clear objective: improving the fusion of Bluetooth technology with acoustic noise cancellation without compromising performance such joy that gives users.
Bose commitment to wireless technology
Bose says the QC35 must give "up to " 20 hours of battery life when used wirelessly, about half of life that is obtained from the use by cable. Something that is quite logical considering that the Bluetooth and NFC module consumes more battery than if you only have to make use of noise reduction.
The headphones are made of nylon reinforced with fiberglass with a synthetic leather cover which the company says makes them lighter, durable and comfortable. They come with an application that allows automatic switching between devices such as iPhone and iPad
The new QC35 can also be used via the physical connection to the cable devices with a 3.5 mm input jack. The package includes audio cable, an adapter for connection on planes and a USB cable to charge the battery of the headset.
Bose QuietComfort 35 headphones are now available on its website for a price of $ 349.95 in black or silver colors. In addition, the company has also released two versions of the SoundSport wireless headphones that focus on the world of fitness for a price of $ 149.95.