Questions & Answers for Bose® QuietComfort® 35 Wireless Headphones II
8 Questions from the Community
iPad 3rd generation compatibility?
Will these headphones work with my 3rd generation (late 2012) iPad?
- Asked by Kirsten B from Grose Vale
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can i connect it to a smart tv
- Asked by Abdullah B from Riyadh
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Yes Abdullah. On the Bose.... Slide the power switch to the Bluetooth symbol and hold until you hear “Ready topair” or the Bluetooth indicator blinks blue. On your Bluetooth device, turn on the Bluetooth feature. Tip: The Bluetooth menu is usually found in the Settings menu. Select your Bose® QuietComfort® headphones from the device list.
And on the Samsung Smart TV: Press the Home button on your Samsung Smart Control, to access the Home Screen. Using the directional pad on your remote, navigate to and select Settings. Select Sound Output to select your preferred sound output device. Select BluetoothAudio to begin pairing your Bluetooth audio device.
- Answered by Anne B from Sydney
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Is Apple an authorised reseller of Bose?
- Asked by Lemuel D from Melbourne
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Can i get Applecare with it
If i purchase a new pair in an apple store can i get applecare on it?
- Asked by Matthew R
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I wish we offered AppleCare on non Apple Devices. However since this is a product that is sold on our site but created by Bose, it would have the warranty under Bose Directly. I checked with Bose and they offer a 5 year warranty. You will have to reach out to them to verify though.
- Answered by Megan G from Buckeye
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do the headphones with the google work well with apple products
I am thinking of getting these for Xmas and are wondering does the google assistant work with iPhone well
- Asked by Ben G
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Sound quality differences between iPhone/MacBook when connected via Bluetooth.
Sound quality provided from my iPhone 6 is way better than the one provided by my MacBook pro (early 2015). Settings like equalizer are the same but especially when it comes to a little more powerful bass the sound becomes way less clearly when listening to music from my MacBook. Searching for a solution to set up better..
- Asked by Lukas Z
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