Apple drops Bose products from its online store

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Apple drops Bose products from its online store

It was just recently that Apple bought Beats Electronics for $3 billion. However, with the purchase, Apple also bought Beats’ problems, one being the lawsuit Bose filed over patent infringements. Multiple news reports now indicate that Apple has removed all Bose products from its online store.

There had been rumours about the fact that Apple would remove all Bose products from its online store and the rumours have now became a reality. Apple removed Bose products from the store and there was no reason given for the action.

There are two possible reasons behind’s Apple decision: the first one could be that this is a court required decision and the second one could have something to do with the public feud between Beats and Bose.

The lawsuit could be behind the fact that Apple removed Bose products from its online store. Bose sued Beats for patent infringement over the noise-cancelling technology that is present in one of the most popular Bose products to date, the QuietComfort noise-cancelling headphones.

It was revealed last week that the two companies settled and it is believed Apple’s decision could be part of that settlement. No details about the settlement are made public. The second possible reason behind Apple removing all Bose products from its online store could have something to do with the ongoing public feud between the two companies.