After the firmware update of the Bose Music app added this feature, Bose QuietComfort earbuds and sports earbuds now support sliding controls to adjust the volume. Users of Bose’s two high-quality true wireless headsets can now adjust the volume directly from the headset, which was not previously supported. Although it will take some time after the introduction of true wireless headphones, this feature will be a welcome feature for users of two Bose true wireless headphones.
The Verge reports that a sliding volume control has been added to Bose QuietComfort earbuds and sports earbuds. The statement pointed out that the latest update of the Bose Music app for iOS adds the ability to switch the new “volume control” option in the settings. If turned on, the user will be able to swipe up or down on the touch-sensitive part of the right earbud of the two headphones to adjust the volume.
The update may also appear in the Android version of the Bose Music app at the same time and make the touch controls more detailed and useful. The report also pointed out that the Bose noise-canceling headset 700 can now quickly launch Spotify directly from the headset by tapping and holding the gesture on the right. However, this is optional and can be controlled through specific settings of the headset in the Bose Music app.
Bose launched QuietComfort earplugs and sports earplugs worldwide in September this year, while prices and availability in India were announced in October. The price is Rs. 26,990 and Rs. The number of true wireless earphones reached 17,990 units respectively, which competed with the competition of Apple, Sony and Sennheiser in the high-end market.
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