A 'reliable source' tells the site that the inventory change will begin early next week, with instructions for removal being sent to employees in the coming days.
The reasons behind this removal were not disclosed, but it is very likely tied to to Apple's recent acquisition of Beats Electronics. As part of this deal, Apple obtained the popular Beats headphone division as well as the company's subscription music streaming service. With Beats now featured prominently by Apple, either Bose or Apple may have decided to end their retail relationship.
Other reasons for the removal could involve the sponsorship deal Bose signed with the NFL that prevents players from wearing Beats headphones while on camera. San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was recently fined $10,000 for wearing Betas headphones during a post-game press conference.
Additionally, Bose is suing Beats alleging that the company has infringed on five of its noise cancellation patents.