Last month Apple, at a special event, announced the new iPhone OS 3.0 and listed its 100 of new features. These features also includes A2DP stereo Bluetooth.
A2DP stereo Bluetooth means users will be able to pair their iPhone with Bluetooth enabled stereo headphones and speakers. Stereo Bluetooth has been the most requested feature since the day one. Thanks to Apple who announced this feature for it upcoming iPhone OS 3.0. Now the question is, how A2DP stereo Bluetooth works?.
Guys at KickingTires has released a demo video of an iPhone having OS 3.0, streaming audio to a Bluetooth capable Toyota Venza.
Watch the Video
So, from the video it’s clear that it’s so simple to stream audio from your iPhone 3G OS 3.0 to a Bluetooth enabled device. This feature is available only to iPhone 3G owners. Sorry iPhone 1st Gen.
So, hows the feature! Leave your comments. Can you wait for that till summer?
Honestly! i Can’t.