In what seems to be a strategy to prep-up for against rivals in the competitive and ever-growing market for video game audio, Bose is reportedly working on a gaming version of its QC35 II headphones.
According to 9to5Google, its “APK Insight team has discovered that the latest update to the Bose Connect app includes references to a currently unannounced headset, the “QC35 II Gaming Headset,” including a video.”
In the APK of version 12.0 of the Bose Connect App, it was found that the new gaming headset has been codenames as “Tibbers.” This was the name of a stuffed Teddy Bear carried by the champion Annie from the popular MOBA game “League of Legends”. Annie can bring the ferocious Tibbers to life to destroy her enemies as her Ultimate Ability.
What more could be found while diving deep into the string of code is that there is an explicit mention of a product called the “Bose QC35 II Gaming Headset.” As per the news report, “These gaming microphone strings are going to be connected to a product tour video, which was also included in the Bose Connect update and pretty clearly shows a microphone attachment connecting to a QC35 II headset.”
Moreover, it was reported that the Bose Connect App is created to enable the Bose device owners to easily connect its audio products and access various settings. However, if Bose is prepping-up for the launch of a QC35 II Gaming Headset, than it would be require an app too as each and every app has individual settings to support different devices.
The Bose Connect app gives its users easy access to everything that the product has to offer. One can unlock product features and personalize the settings so that the users can spend more time enjoying the music instead of setting it up.
Besides this, the Bose Connect app user can also easily manage all the Bluetooth connections. Go from taking a call on your smartphone to listening to music on your tablet to watching a movie on your laptop with one single swipe.
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