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Best Bluetooth Headphones for iPhone

Best Bluetooth Headphones for iPhone

Little by little we are leaving the wired headphones behind. Currently we find a wide range of offers for Bluetooth headphones that end up being much more comfortable: free of cables, tangles and much more practical to wear on the street. 

In addition, the new iPhones do not have a 3.5 mm headphone jack, so Bluetooth headphones end up being the only alternative for iPhone users (unless you prefer to use Lightning headphones ). 

However, given so much variety, it is normal for you to ask yourself: what are the best Bluetooth headphones I can buy?

Before deciding on one model or another (here are several options, all of them very good), you should know what type of wireless headphones exist and what each of these types offers. 

You will see that there are many options as dozens of new Bluetooth headphones are released every month, covering different designs, features and above all, offering different prices. These are divided into three main categories:

  1. Over-Ear headphones (over the ear). These are the large models that completely cover your ears. Their size means there will be more room in them to carry larger drivers capable of providing expansive and detailed sound.
  1. Earbuds. If you want something a little more compact, that you can easily put on and take on the go, then smaller earbuds that just sit on the outside of your ear are a good choice.
  2. In-ear headphones. Mobile technology is all about portability, so many people will prefer lightweight in-ear headphones that they can wear throughout the day without discomfort, and that can be easily pocketed and carried.

Bowers & Wilkins PX

Bowers & Wilkins PX
  • $ 399

They are a “bit” pricey,  but the PX headphones are a real treat for any ear, both in wireless and wired mode.

These large helmets ooze quality, from the leather earbuds and headband to the foam padding that ensures they are comfortable to wear for hours, despite their relatively heavy weight of 335 grams. (They are still easy to transport because the headphones fold flat.)

The PX headphones support Bluetooth, along with AptX and Apple’s AAC audio file format, and also support the new AptX HD codec, which provides high-resolution audio streaming, although sadly Apple isn’t even compatible with the most basic AptX on iOS devices, (not to mention AptX HD).

And, for people who travel a lot, the PX headphones also include a really effective Active Noise Canceling (ANC) option, which reduces background noise on trains and airplanes without muffling the sound of your music too much, like some ANC headphones. they can do.

Battery life is great for traveling too, as the size of the headphones means there’s room for a powerful battery that lasts 22 hours using both Bluetooth and noise cancellation, or 29 hours with Bluetooth alone.

It also includes a 3.5mm audio jack on the earbuds so you can use them like regular wired headphones if the battery dies.

But it is the sound quality that stands out above all else. The large headphones cover the entire ear, helping to create a bright and spacious sound that envelops you like a hot bath.

AKG N60 wireless headphones
  • £ 229.99
AKG N60 wireless headphones

Active noise cancellation is one of the best benefits of large cases.

The AKG N60’s technology is smart enough to cut out interfering frequencies that can be heard over the songs you decide to listen to.

They are foldable and relatively compact, which is quite useful as sometimes even the best headphones can take up too much space in your bag.

This makes them an excellent option if you are always here and there. 

Given its approach to travel, AKG also promises up to 30 hours of battery life, which is incredible for a wireless headset.

The N60s can even be used for a period after the battery is discharged.

Bose QuietComfort 35

  • $ 349
Bose QuietComfort 35

This model of wireless headphones is undoubtedly up to the most demanding.

The wider headband provides a firm fit and the cups are pressed around the ears with a good level of pressure.

The foam in the cases will give you an incredibly soft and luxurious feel.

Bose claims that the cases are made from synthetic protein leather and contain a silicone cord to reduce noise. 

You can connect the QC35 headphones to two devices at the same time and switch between them seamlessly, just pause one and tap on the other.

Wireless performance is great, but you can use the headphones with a cable as well if you need to, as not all devices have bluetooth after all.

Although you can use the QC35 with cables, you will still need a battery to make use of the noise cancellation and active digital equalizer.

When fully charged (via Micro-USB) you’ll get up to 20 hours of battery life from the headphones wirelessly, which doubles when used wired.

In terms of sound quality, the Bose QC35 headphones sound great, although you get slightly better (and more consistent) sound when used with cables.

It’s weird that the Connect app doesn’t have a user equalizer, but the built-in one does a pretty good job across genres.

What you’ll get is what many consider a classic when it comes to Bose sound quality: rich, balanced, and clear. The result is a very atmospheric and intimate experience where you feel more part of the music.

The drivers provide tight and refined bass.

Sennheiser Momentum Free

  • $ 200
Sennheiser Momentum Free

Sennheiser releases fairly frequent updates to its range of Momentum headphones, and the latest addition to the range is the Momentum Free , which is priced in Spain at approximately € 159.

The company claims that the Momentum Free is its most compact set of Bluetooth headphones, weighing slightly less than 40 grams, and with only a short neck strap connecting the two earbuds.

In addition, they include a three-button remote control and a microphone for voice calls. We like the small details that the brand has managed to incorporate, such as the magnetic earbuds that are attached to the neck to keep them safe when not in use.

The headphones are compatible with Apple’s standard Bluetooth, AptX and AAC format, making them a good choice for both iOS and Android devices.

The battery life is around six hours, which is not bad for such a compact set of headphones. However, it is a pity that Sennheiser has not been able to incorporate a charging case (like that of the AirPods).

Sound quality is excellent, with Sennheiser’s trademark sound combining warm, rich vocals with plenty of detail. Bass response is good too, with a frequency range starting at 15Hz, slightly lower than many small in-ear headphones.

We were also pleased to see that Sennheiser includes no less than four different ear tip sizes, to help you achieve a firm, comfortable and custom fit.

RHA MA390 Wireless

  • £ 59.99
RHA MA390 Wireless

There are several models in RHA’s MA range of Bluetooth headphones, all of which are good value for money (we’re also fans of the firm’s excellent L1 portable amp).

But if you don’t want to spend a fortune on your headphones, then the entry-level wireless MA390 is a really good and affordable option compared to the rest of the headphones on this list.

The sound quality is really impressive for the price, with very firm bass and lots of detail in the mid and high frequencies; they seem especially good at choosing the warmth of vocal tracks.

They are also compatible with Apple’s AptX and AAC Bluetooth codecs, making them a good choice for iOS devices, and the built-in microphone is compatible with Siri as well as Google Assistant.

In addition to the attractive sound quality, the headphones are also well designed. They only weigh 24 grams, so they are very easy to transport, and the neck strap is flexible enough to grip with your fist and put the headphones in a pocket or backpack.

And while not specifically designed as sports headphones, they have an IPX4 water resistance rating to cope with outdoor conditions or perspiration.

The small neck strap keeps the headphones comfortably in place when you’re out and about, and there are three sizes of ear cushions included, with two sets in each size, to ensure you get a good, comfortable fit.

Battery life is also good for such a compact set of headphones, lasting around eight hours on a single charge. And to top it all, the RHA offers a three-year warranty.

Beats by Dr. Dre Solo3

  • $ 299
Beats by Dr. Dre Solo3

Battery life tends to be a problem for many Bluetooth headphones, but the Beats Solo3 really stand out from the crowd with a 40-hour lifespan.

The headphones also offer a “fast fuel” option that gives you three hours of music playback after just five minutes of charging.

Available in a variety of colors, they weigh about 215 grams, but are compact and comfortable enough to be worn for long periods of time, and they fold flat so you can easily fit them into a backpack.

The Beats brand is owned by Apple, so this third-generation version of the headphones includes the same W1 chip as AirPods. This allows them to automatically connect to Apple devices and activate Siri voice commands by pressing the “B” button on the left earbud.

This headset also contains the main volume and playback controls, as well as being able to connect the RemoteTalk cable, which includes a more conventional set of controls and a microphone.

The RemoteTalk cable has a standard 3.5mm jack, which also allows you to use the cable if the battery dies (although the latest iPhones don’t have a 3.5mm jack, so you will need an adapter).

The mid-range and high frequencies are clear and vivid, although it can sometimes feel like they’re struggling to compete with the bass.

If you like bass, the Solo 3 Wireless may be your ideal set of headphones, especially with that impressive battery life, but if you prefer classic or more delicate sounds, you may prefer something with a little more complete balance between different sounds.

Denon AH-C160W

  • $ 120
Denon AH-C160W

Denon is known in the market for its high-quality amplifiers and speakers, and it brings that audio experience to its AH-C160W headphones.

A standout feature is the frequency response, which extends down to 5 Hz and ensures that these compact headphones manage to produce a full, firm bass sound that is ideal for listening to dance music while exercising (for example).

The clear, detailed sound works well with other types of music too, so it’s just a matter of whether you like the over-the-ear hook design or prefer to do without the hook.

Wrapping the hook over the top of your ear can be tricky at times and may not be to everyone’s liking, but it does keep the earbuds firmly in place when you’re playing sports.

We also like the fact that Denon includes a set of Comply memory foam ear tips, along with the other four conventional silicone tips and a carrying case.

However, the battery life is relatively modest, around four hours, so you will have to remember to charge them regularly.

Jabra Elite 65t

  • $ 169.99
Jabra Elite 65t

The Jabra Elite 65t  is one of the best models of wireless or Bluetooth headphones that you can buy, at a price that exceeds that of comparable products in terms of specifications.

The sound quality is exceptional, as is the fit, battery life, and connectivity. They are almost as compact as in-ear wireless headphones without sacrificing bass response.

However, they lack active noise cancellation and the buttons are not very well placed so you have to be careful not to push them too far into the ears, but other than that they are an excellent option.

JBL Everest 300

  • £ 119.99
JBL Everest 300

JBL is known for its portable speakers, but it hasn’t always had the same impact with its headphones.

However, the Everest range is worth checking out as they offer good sound and some smart features at a competitive price.

There are several models in the Everest range, including in-ear headphones and larger over-ear headphones, but we opted for the mid-priced Everest 300, which has a compact in-ear design and Bluetooth connectivity for € 103.02. , available different colors.

The earphones are compactly padded, with a cutout section over the ear canal, making them pleasant and comfortable to wear for long periods of time.

The rechargeable battery lasts up to 20 hours when using a bluetooth wireless connection , but there is an audio cable so you can use the Everest 300 as a wired headset if the battery dies.

They are very well balanced, with enough bass to provide a firm and full sound, without overwhelming the mids or higher frequencies.

There is no noise cancellation on this model, but there is a microphone for phone calls, and JBL has introduced a feature called ShareMe, which allows you to pair the Everest 300 with another set of bluetooth headphones (they don’t have to be JBL headphones), so that you can share your music with a friend.

Apple AirPods 2

  • $ 159 (Standard) | $ 199 (Wireless Charging)
AirPods 2

Apple’s second generation wireless earbuds, the AirPods 2, offer a ton of improvements over the previous generation that make a switch to the newer model worthwhile. 

You will be able to enjoy a higher connection speed, talk time and compatibility with Siri, Apple’s assistant. Also, the wireless charging compatibility has managed to get our attention. 

Of course, regarding the sound quality (which is still excellent), we have not found too much difference with the previous generation model. 

Obviously, being an Apple product, it will be the one that offers the best compatibility with all the devices of the apple company. And if you are one of those who are one hundred percent faithful to Apple, then the AirPods 2 are the Bluetooth headphones you need. 

Aukey Premium True Wireless Earbuds
  • $ 109.99

true earbuds aukey thumb555ur brands as it stands out for offering excellent value for money. Although these earbuds are more expensive than what we are used to expecting from Aukey, we can say that they are worth it. 

The price increase is justified by the great design of the charging box, the excellent sound quality, the touch-sensitive headphones (the buttons were relegated to older models) or its wireless charging capacity. 

The True Earbuds then become the high-end wireless headphones of the Aukey brand, offering quality and several extra tools that we do not see in other cheaper models of the brand. 

You will pay less than for AirPods, and you also get more hours of wireless playback (AirPods promise 5 hours, while Aukey earbuds promise 7). 

The charging case offers two and a half charges, which increases the total battery of the device to 24 hours, which is quite surprising. 

As we have already stated previously, the design is one of the points that most attracts the attention of these headphones. The round case opens when you turn it, and the touch control earbuds will fit either ear perfectly. 

Mixcder E7

  • $ 59.99
Mixcder E7

Mixcder has just renewed its E7 model and, theoretically, we should notice certain improvements over the previous generation. The headphones have the same chip as the E10, which makes them more powerful and have better environmental reduction.

Although they are compatible with any Bluetooth device, this model seems especially ideal to complement Apple products. The orange and green hues in which they are available go well with the colors of iPhones and Macs.

To analyze the sound quality of the Mixcder E7, its price must be taken into account. This is when we will realize the great value for money they offer, with a frequency between 20 Hz and 20,000 Hz.

Its 500 mAh battery is very powerful, and allows you to charge the headphones very quickly. Keep them charged for less than 10 minutes and you’ll get up to 3 hours of playback. These figures are not available with some more expensive models.

For Black Friday, the Mixcder E7 will be on sale at Amazon .

What to consider before buying a Bluetooth headset

  1. Battery duration. This point is crucial, as some wireless headphones have such small batteries to maintain their light weight that they only last a few hours. This might be fine if you want to listen to music while exercising for a few hours, but it won’t help if you need them to accompany you on long trips.
    However, some earbuds, like Apple’s AirPods, also include a charging case that can recharge the battery.
    Over-ear headphones, being larger, have room for more powerful batteries and can often last all day on a single charge. Many also offer the option of being corded in case the battery dies.
  1. Noise Cancellation. Some headphones are specifically designed for people who travel a lot and offer a noise-canceling option that helps block out background noise on trains and planes, although this can add a lot to the final price of the headphones.
  1. Sound quality. Whenever possible, we recommend that you try any new headphones in a store or showroom. If it is not possible, try to pay attention to the specifications and read different reviews to compare.
  1. Sales and discounts. Value for money is important, and it’s worth checking out various hearing aid deals to see if there are any tempting deals.
  1. Compatibility. All the headphones in this article will work perfectly with the new iPhone XS and XS Max. It’s also worth noting that all of the Bluetooth headphones mentioned here and in our wireless headphones table are compatible with the Apple Watch, perfect for running.

And now yes, below we offer you a list with which, in our opinion, are the best wireless or Bluetooth headphones. We look forward to helping you find the perfect headphones for you.

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