Bose QuietComfort Wireless Earbud to Leddown High Fidelity Jams vs AirPods Pro Year Straw


Bose QuietComfort Earbuds are receiving wireless treatment in a bid to compete with Apple’s AirPods Pro. Now available for preorder, and shipping on October 15, these noise-canceling wireless earbuds will stun upon arrival.

Last week, redditors discovered a now defunct Vimeo link showcasing new earbuds. The leaked video was taken down, but not before some eager internet explorer was able to re-upload it for our viewing pleasure.

Since this leak occurred, either Bose’s hand was forced, or they planned to release, and official data about the QuietComfort wireless earbuds is now out. Looking at Amazon’s pre-page, AirPods Pro from Apple has the same great features. This feature set includes IPX4 ratings, active noise cancellation, “transparency mode,” Qi charging, and more. Bose can be a one-up Apple in many specialties, however, such as battery life, audio quality, possible style as well as fit – especially if you’re not a fan of straw tips hanging from your ears.

Wireless earbuds claim up to 6 hours of play on a single charge against 4.5 hours of AirPods Pro. On the other hand, the Bose case has a smaller battery than the AirPods Pro case, so recharging will be slightly more limited at 12 hours of playtime. However, to Bose’s credit, his earbuds are capable of quick charge, so for a 15-minute charge, you get 2 hours of playtime. Also, Bose has a good track record of audio products, so most likely, these earbuds will look good.

Even though these earbuds cost a little over $ 279 compared to AirPods Pro, the preorder will probably be worth the expense. Between quality, style and experience, although this can be seen in a review, these will likely be the top AirPods Pro. If you want to pre-order these earbuds or have a look at the specifications, you can do so on Amazon, where they will ship on October 15.