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The iOS-compatible, black-colored version of the Bose QuietComfort 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones build upon the company’s reputation for active noise cancellation technology with a re-engineered sound signature, a more lightweight ergonomic design with adjustable headband, and circum-aural rotating earcups with suede-like padding that fold in for better portability using the included carry case.
The sound of the headphones was designed by a team of both engineers and musicians to have deep bass and clear treble using Bose’s Active EQ and TriPort technologies. The headphones come with a 3-button, in-line and iOS-compatible remote control cable for answering calls, adjusting the volume, and navigating tracks on select iOS mobile devices as well as many other popular smartphones.
You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. QuietComfort® 25 headphones are re-engineered to sound better, be more comfortable and easier to take with you. Apple’s Beats Electronics and Bose have settled a lawsuit over noise-cancelling headphone technology and asked the U.S. Bose originally sued Beats Electronics in July not long after Apple announced its $3 billion deal to acquire the headphone maker.

Earlier today a report claimed that Apple was preparing to remove Bose products from its retails stores, which it currently both sells and uses for product demos alongside its iOS and Mac products.
In addition to the lawsuit, there has also been controversy over NFL players being fined for endorsing Beats by Dre headphones after the league signed an exclusivity deal with Bose. In Apple’s filing with the FTC when they originally applied to purchase Beats, they referred to Beats head phones forming a core product line.
Now as an Apple fan like me, you know that Apple routinely swallow’s up other company’s market share by duplicating their software products (Dashboard versus Konfabulator)?
For the record, if I were Tim Cook, would have pulled the plug on Samsung manufacturing for Intel.
Do you think this had anything to do with Apple threatening to remove Bose headphones from its stores?
It seems that Bose might have settled quickly so that they don’t get kicked out of Alple stores.

What they give with one hand they take away with another…?? Bose may well of had a bit of money coming there way from the patent, but the sales from apple, at a guess would far outweigh what they would of got…!!!
Your ability to enjoy these features is enhanced through the active noise filtering circuit.
A reason behind that reported decision wasn’t given, but speculation lead to Apple’s run-ins with Bose in recent months including the lawsuit with Beats that the companies have now settled.
Powered by a single AAA battery, the headphones utilize external microphones to capture ambient noise such as street sounds or the cabin noise in an airplane, which is then processed and mixed back into the audio signal out of phase to help reduce the ambient sound within the headphone mix. Depending on who you ask, Beats is the number one selling head phones by market share with 61%, Bose #2 with 22%, and all others combined making up 17%.

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