Use Bluetooth headphones with 3.0??

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  1. lilnis321

    lilnis321 New Member

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  2. TheTerminator

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    Yes you should be able to use them
  3. lilnis321

    lilnis321 New Member

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    K.. how long do u think the battery life for bluetooth will be?
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    supposedly all bluetooth headphones will have to be pre approved. Apple will probably be an ass and make bluetooth only work with their own headphones. I say wait until it is released, then make sure (ask someone with the headphones and ipod touch 2g)
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    Will the battery life be longer than wifi? Cause i dont wanna listen for 3 hours during the day.
  6. DonVerse

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    i think it's gonna be 6(?) hours..
    at least it's supposed to be...
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    Im sure if apple really did lock the bluetooth down. SOMEONE would hack it pretty soon...
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    They've been trying to hack it since they noticed the 2g has bluetooth.......
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    And I'm sure it would have been done but only apple had the drivers for the bt chip, without we would had to write our own drivers which is practically impossible if u didn't develop the chip
  10. DanielNTX

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    The S805 works. Every A2DP device I have has worked. No approval as long as it has the A2DP profile. Even feeding audio into my Thinkpad T60p via Bluetooth works.

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