Bose Cuts The Cord With New Wireless Headsets

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Wireless Bluetooth headphones have become increasingly popular in the last few years and the market may get even bigger. It’s been speculated that Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 may not even have a headphone jack and that the company will be using Apple-branded wireless headsets.

Bose, who is known for being one of the inventors of premium noise cancellation technology, has just unveiled a new wireless version of its flagship QuiteComfort headphones. The company also released three other potential wireless options for the future iPhone 7 user.
Available in black or silver, the QuietComfort 35 headphones feature the same around-ear design as the previous wired version, and are priced around $350.

Bose has also revealed a new pair of noise-cancelling earbuds called the QuietControl 30s. Priced at $300, the earbuds have a black plastic band that wraps around the back of the neck. The level of noise cancellation in the QuietControl 30s can be adjusted using either the Bose mobile app or via the physical controls on the buds. These will be available in September.