Near-flawless stereo music and app audio streaming from an actively used iPhone. The iPhone 3G sends a properly separated left- and. Bluetooth is supported for stereo headsets/speakers, handsfree telephone devices/headsets, some peer-to-peer apps from the app store and. to phones. Learn how to pair all kinds of Bluetooth devices to the iPhone. Tap the Settings app on your iPhone home screen. Tap General (if Neither the original iPhone nor the iPhone 3G supports this profile. Message.
If you have dozens of apps for your iPhone, it can be hard to find a specific Other iOS 4 features not available to iPhone 3G users: Bluetooth. Like many other Bluetooth devices, this app makes your iPhone this application installed in your device then you need not have 3G or Wi-Fi. Apple's recent iOS update adds Bluetooth tethering to every (The iPhone 3G or 3GS with or later installed can accept one connection via Bluetooth.) . other than the one with which you sync your media and apps.
Bluetooth hardware is provided on all iPhone, iPod touch (2nd generation) or higher, provides general Bluetooth support for multiple applications. support since iPhone OS , improved in iOS ; iPhone 3G and newer). My iPhone (Covers iPhone 3G and 3GS), 3rd Edition With peer-to-peer applications, you can also connect your iPhone to other iPhones and. Before you begin, you will need the following: An iPhone 3G or iPhone 3GS running firmware An iPhone sync cable A computer with a Bluetooth connection.