The new iPhone 7 is here and it wants you to go wireless. But how on earth will I jam to music on the iPhone 7, you ask? By taking your pick from these Top 5 Wireless headphones, that’s how.
Apple has taken quite the risk to challenge innovation. With the Apple air pods, say sayonara to the minutes of detangling and celo-taping earphone wires. Apple Air pods are quite light-weight, portable and extremely compact. The new Apple W1 wireless chip makes pairing to the iPhone super simple. A simple tap on either Air pods is all it takes for Siri to come alive. At $159 for a pair of earphones that usually come complementary, these are quite costly. So guard them with your life! Good Luck.
Bose QuiteComfort QC35
With a top-of-the-line noise cancellation feature, these Bose QuiteComfort QC35 headphones are best suited for die hard music lovers. Unlike most bulky headphones and as the name suggests, these are lightweight and comfortable. With about 20 hours of battery life (on a single charge), you can head bang to your favourite jams, non-stop. At $349, the Bose QuiteComfort QC35 is quite premium, but seems worth the money.
Sony MDR 1000X
Looks like Sony decided to up the ante and give Bose some competition. The Sony MDR 1000X also packs quite the punch with a superlative noise cancelling feature. But priced at $399 ($50 more than Bose QuiteComfort QC35), their capacitive touch controls are smart and intuitive.
Jay Bird X2
What about headphone haters?
JayBird X2 earphones are a good fit for people with active lifestyles. With an amazing audio quality, they deliver crisp and clear sound at any volume. With 8 hours of battery life, you almost get through your whole day. They charge really quickly so if the battery ever goes out, you will be up and running in no time. You can get a perfect workout partner for yourself at $149.95.
Plantronics Backbeat Fit
What about headphone haters on a budget? Plantronics Backbeat Fit earphones are the answer to your prayers. It has a rugged sweat proof design that gives you a great battery life and decent sound. It also has a built-in microphone so you can take calls with just a tap to the ear. Sleek, seamless, and flexible, it is a hit among cyclists and gym goers! All this for just $75. You’re welcome.