Products made by Bose, a chief competitor of Apples Beats, are expected to soon become available again at Apples stores.
According to iGen.fr (via MacRumors), some Apple retail stores have started receiving shipments of Bose products for reinstatement on store shelves as early as next week.
Its likely that Bose products will reappear on Apples online stores as well.
Apple removed Bose products from its retail and online stores in mid-October, a move that was seen as a result of the stiff competition, legal as well as commercial, between Bose and Beats.
In a lawsuit filed in July, Bose accused Beats of infringing on some of its noise-canceling headphone patents. But that suit was settled out of court in October.
Also in October, Bose had Beats headphones banned on camera during telecasts of NFL games, as part of Boses exclusive sponsorship deal with the NFL.
Its unclear, though, what has prompted Apple to return to selling Bose products.
Fitbit, however, hasnt been reported to make its triumphant comeback in Apple stores. Apple pulled Fitbit products from its online and retail stores last month, apparently in connection to Fitbits decision to not integrate with Apples Health software.