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iPhone Fails to Deliver Without Stereo Bluetooth

Posted on Friday, July 13 2007 @ 04:21:36 CEST by

Leading up to the highly anticipated release of the Apple iPhone, many Bluetooth advocates (Including BlueTomorrow.com) were eager to find out whether Apple had finally embraced Bluetooth's advancements by integrating the Bluetooth Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) into their new iPhone. If you are not aware, Bluetooth A2DP is the Bluetooth profile that allows for the wireless streaming of stereo audio to other devices such as stereo headphones, car stereos, portable speakers, home stereo systems, etc.

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