Bose AR-Enabled Products  

Bose AR-Enabled Products  

edited 07/19/2019 - 19:19 in Bose AR Supported Hardware
Julio@Bose[email protected] Member Posts: 33

What Bose products are compatible with Bose AR?  

All Bose Frames, Bose NC 700 Headsets and select  Bose Quiet Comfort 35 wireless headphones II manufactured after October 22, 2018, and Bose Custom Quiet Comfort 35 wireless headphones II manufactured after March 1, 2019, can be Bose AR-enabled with a firmware update available via the Bose Connect app and the BTU.Bose.com updater site, see here http://btu.bose.com/. Additionally, the QC35 II’s that are Bose AR-enabled can be identified via the serial number that ends in “AZ”.  


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  • emanuelefeolaemanuelefeola Member Posts: 1
    I bought my Bose Quite Confort in Italy only on January 15, 2019 and unfortunately their construction date is just October 22nd 2018 and the serial number ends with AE, I'm really sorry being also the LIMITED EDITION series that I can not use of this innovation
  • beleevensbeleevens Member Posts: 1
    Hey Admins!
    Is there any possibility to get Bose Frames delivered to Germany or do you know about the planned launch date in the German market?
    Kind regards,
    beleevens
  • iGerbiliGerbil Member Posts: 1
    Any shipping date for Bose Frames in EU? I'm willing to develop some apps for them, but I'd like to get the hardware to test my apps!
  • Julio@Bose[email protected] Member Posts: 33
    Hi beleevens and iGerbil,

    The Bose Frames are available in the U.S. beginning sale was in January 2019 at Bose stores and Bose.com at launch, followed by select resellers; and global markets in Spring 2019.

    You can visit our press release on Frames https://globalpressroom.bose.com/us-en/pressrelease/view/1965.

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  • WesMcWesMc Member Posts: 5
    Dotty has just started developing on your Frames AR glasses. Any info on the codecs supporter for low latency? AAC for IOS? AptX for Android? 

  • WesMcWesMc Member Posts: 5
    Second question. I’ve noticed the microphone in the Frames is crackly and doesn’t pickup as well as other Bose headphones. Is anyone else experiencing this? 
  • Julio@Bose[email protected] Member Posts: 33
    Hi WesMC,

    The Bose Frames and QC35 II Headphones (that are Bose AR-enabled) support AAC on iOS and SBC on iOS and Android. We do not currently support any low latency codec like Aptx.

    2nd question: Clear the paired device list of both the Bose product and Bluetooth device
    Clear the paired Bluetooth device memory from the Bose product and Bluetooth device (or at least remove the Bose product from the device's memory). Once cleared, re-pair the Bose product to the device. This creates a new pairing in case the previous pairing became corrupt


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  • Foxman13Foxman13 Member Posts: 1
    I wanted to bring it everyone's attention that the updater referenced in this article does not recognize the QC35 IIs as Bose AR enabled and will not offer to update the firmware. I was stuck for a few days not realizing that there was a different updater that I should be using until I came across this forum post.

    This updater did the trick! - http://btu.bose.com/
  • NworbLeginNworbLegin Member Posts: 1
    So... When can we get the Bose Frames in the UK?
  • Julio@Bose[email protected] Member Posts: 33
    Hi NworbLegin,

    Welcome to the forum!

    The Bose Frames will be available in select global markets this Spring. I don't have an exact date at this time, but any update will be available here https://globalpressroom.bose.com/us-en/pressrelease/view/1965. You can also check at http://www.bose.co.uk/ for updates in the UK.

    Thank you for your post,

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