We reported in October that Apple was planning on removing all Bose products from its Retail Stores as well as its Online store. The reason behind the companyís abrupt removal of Bose is still unknown, however we announced a few days ago that the Cupertino-based company may be restocking the products as early as this week. As of Tuesday, products are already present in Online Stores and are available to ship for the holidays too. Currently, the Bose Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones, Bose QuietComfort 20i, and Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Speakers are showing up on the Apple Online Store.

The Cupertino-based company may be only carrying three items currently, but we believe Apple will slowly bring back more products as 17 Bose items used to be available in stores. It is unclear as to why Apple removed Bose in the first place as they were quiet about it the entire time, much like how they were quiet about bringing them back as well. Previously, Bose had a lawsuit against Beats claiming they had infringed upon many patents with their headsets back in July. Bose also became NFLís official sponsor and as a result, banned all players and coaches from wearing Beats headphones in front of cameras.

Apple also removed Fitbit accessories not long after removing Bose and the reason is also unknown. We wonder if the company will gradually bring back Fitbit soon too.

Source: Apple