They made two versions; one for iOS (Apple Phones), and Samsung/Android/GOOGLE devices.
For the more modern units, if your phone has a TRRS connector, this should work.
Since the Bose QC35's connect a microphone and headphones through the same jack, there is an additional connection within that jack that needs to be there. The standards got a little mixed up, but thankfully standards have emerged which all but eliminate this problem.
The newer CTIA/AHJ wiring standard reverses the last two mentioned, so it calls for Tip to be used for left audio, Ring 1 to be used for right audio, ring 2 to be used for ground, and the sleeve to be used for microphone. According to my research, this newer CTIA/AHJ wiring standard is used in products from Apple, HTC, latest Nokia, latest Samsung, Jolla, Sony (Dualshock 4), Microsoft (including Surface, Lumia, and XboxOne controller with chat adapter) and most Android phones.
As of today, all popular Android devices branded Samsung, LG, Motorola, Google Nexus, HTC, Huawei, Sony, Lenovo, Xiaomi and more, use this standard.
Most Mac computers from 2008-2013 are compatible with the exception of the Mac Pro line. There are issues with 2014 MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models as well as late 2013 iMac models, making them not compatible.
If you still feel confused, don't worry. Simply plug the wire connector in, and make a test call. If the wired connection isn't working for you, connect via Bluetooth.