What we know about the Bose earbud and how it might change the way you listen

  • August 19, 2021

With Bose’s latest update, it’s now possible to enjoy wireless audio with your headphones.

With a simple tap of a button, the new Bluetooth earbuddies will be able to send audio messages to your smartphone via Bluetooth and even send data back to your phone via Bluetooth.

The update has been available for some time now, and we’ve been playing with the new update, and are finally ready to share the news.

The new feature, known as “Wireless Earbuds with Remote”, will let you stream music from your smartphone to Bose Wireless Earbud.

You’ll need to buy a Bluetooth adapter for the BOSE earbuddy, but you can buy a standard earbun for about £40.

Bose’s new earburys are built to deliver an audio experience that is far more natural than what we’ve seen with other wired earphones.

They’re also a great addition to any Bluetooth-enabled phone, as they can act as an excellent alternative to a traditional wired earphone.

The update adds a few new features, too.

The Bluetooth earphones will now detect when you plug them in and let you know whether or not the earbout has charged and should be ready to go.

They will also send a new text message notification when the earband is charging, but we haven’t seen the message appear on the phone yet.

Finally, the Bluetooth earbands have now been paired with a Bose app that lets you control the volume and volume of all the Boses you have in your pocket.

This can be a handy tool if you need to adjust the volume of an entire playlist of music on your phone without having to open the app.

The Bose wireless earbudi update is rolling out to select customers on February 26th, so you should be able try it out on your iPhone or Android device at this point.