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Full Bluetooth AVRCP Support in iOS 4.1 Beta

Full Bluetooth AVRCP Support in iOS 4.1 Beta

Posted July 15, 2010 at 3:56am by iClarified · 18065 views
The iOS 4.1 beta firmware brings full AVRCP Bluetooth support to the iPhone and iPod touch, according to 9to5Mac. AVRCP lets bluetooth devices take control of the audio functions of your handset.

This new feature reportedly supports skipping forward, back, and volume. Prior to this beta, only volume was accessible on third-party bluetooth devices. This is a nice addition to the operating system, and it furthers Apple's push of safety. Instead of having to use their phone while driving to control their music, users can simply use their bluetooth headset or controls built into their vehicles.

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Nick
Nick - July 28, 2010 at 10:29am
It's awesome they're adding this, but I wish they would also add full support over bluetooth so I can browse all the music and everything through my cars controls.
iphoneuser
iphoneuser - July 15, 2010 at 1:08pm
WOW it only took them like 3 years to make it. I've had my bluetooth headphones since the first gen iphone and had tp use a stupid adapter until they finally updated iphone 3g with 3.0 and then it was still shitty. lol FINALLY basic features any phone has, has finally arrived to the iphone. ALL we need now is save contacts to sim card.
Ipwn
Ipwn - July 15, 2010 at 11:34am
I have been using my nokia bh503 since iphone 3g. Volume button, play/pause, accept/close call always been working but next track, prev the only not wofking. So... What the hell is this? So
James
James - July 15, 2010 at 10:17am
Finally, the iPhone gets a feature EVERY OTHER PHONE ON THE MARKET has had for years. I don't know why apple has been restricting basic features for so d*mn long.
smash
smash - July 15, 2010 at 9:05am
That' awesome. Finally! I was writing them about this about 100x.
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