Does Beats studio 2 or beat solo 3 connect to iPad and macbook?  Does any other wireless or bluetooth heads can do this

I am a mac user and i am into bluetooth headphones. I got some good headphones which connects to my iPhone 6 in a blink.
I am unable o connect it to my iPad air or macbook pro. So i would like to know the apple defined bluetooth/wireless headphones like Beats studio/Beats solo3 wireless can connect to iPad and macbook?
Dose Bose sound link Around ear or QC35 does this job?

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    I have problems connecting Beats solo 3 to iMac late 2012 and iPad Air 1, but not on iPod touch from 2011.
    But after reading instructions I managed to do that:
    - turn OFF Beats solo 3
    - turn Bluetooth ON on your device
    - now press AND HOLD button on Beats for 5 seconds (slowly count to 5)
    - lights on Beats should slowly blink
    - now there comes a tricky part: it takes at least 10 seconds (sometimes even 30 seconds) for Beats to appear in device's menu of Bluetooth devices

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  • They should, but not at the same time. the QC35 in my opinion would be better because of noise canceling and google assistance.

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  • Hi Raja,
    All of the headphone you mentioned in your question should have no problem connecting to an Mac, iPhone, iPad, or any other Apple device. I actually own the Bose SoundLinks, and can personally vouch for there ability to connect to Apple devices. The same is true with the Beats Solo 3 headphones. I don’t own any other Beats products, but they should have no problem connecting to any Apple device you wish to use them with.
    Hope this helps.

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