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Is the iPhone 7 finally forcing Bose to make wireless headphones?

iPhone 7 Wireless Headphones Bose

iPhone fans may cry foul when reading rumors about Apple’s intention to remove the 3.5mm headset jack from the upcoming iPhone 7 models. But headphone makers like Bose won’t care about Apple’s feelings regarding the audio jack. Bose is one of the companies that know how to offer a high-end audio experience, and it just announced new headphones, neckbuds, and earbuds that will all work with the iPhone 7 wirelessly.

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Make no mistake, Bose’s wireless headsets are still expensive, and they still mean business. Just because they won’t be tethered to your smartphone with a wire, it doesn’t mean they won’t offer a high-end experience.

The QuietComfort 35, already available for purchase at $350, is similar to previous designs, and it will offer you a noise-cancelling listening experience. But it can connect via Bluetooth to devices in addition to a wire. The headphones offer 20 hours of battery life on a charge – even longer if you use the included cable.

The QuietControl 30s is a new pair of new neckbuds that also offer noise cancellation and battery life of up to 10 hours. This Bose product is also rather pricey, as you’ll have to pay $300 for it when it launches in September.

Finally, Bose has a couple of earbuds for your sporting session, the SoundSport Wireless ($149) and the SoundSport Wireless Pulse ($199). Neither model comes with noise cancelling technology, but the most expensive option will get you a heart rate monitor built right into the earbuds. The cheaper model can be bought right now, while the more expensive ones will be available in summer or fall.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.

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