As spotted by The Verge, photos of the Bose Sport Open Earbuds were included in an FCC filing (Federal Communications Commission), which usually indicates a release is on the horizon – though it doesn't necessarily mean the wireless earbuds will ever go into production.
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The new sports-focussed wireless earbuds follow on from the Bose Sport Earbuds, and come with a bean-shaped 'open' design like Samsung's Galaxy Buds Live, as well as ear hooks that are a little reminiscent of the Powerbeats Pro.
That means that, unlike most earbuds on the market, the Bose Sport Open won't actually fit inside the opening of your ear; instead, they'll sit against the opening of your ear canal, which will suit those who find traditional earbuds uncomfortably intrusive.
As we mentioned, there's no guarantee these true wireless earbuds will actually come to market; Bose is yet to confirm their existence, and we know very little about them aside from the design.
In the meantime, the company has updated the noise-cancelling Bose QuietComfort Earbuds, and you can now adjust the volume by tapping the outer housing of the right bud. To enable this feature, you'll need to open the Bose Music app and change the on-device volume controls.
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