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iPod Touch - Ipod Touch System 3.0


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With The New Update System Of The Ipod Touch: 3.0 Can You Connect Your Ipod To The Computer Via Bluetooth?
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So far I have only been able to connect the iPod with my mobile (SE T700). But there seems to be no use for the connection.

If I try to connect to my MacBook Pro I am told that the unit (iPod) does not have the needed services.

My guess is that Apple only opened up for Bluetooth to enable the iPod to use Bluetooth headsets/speakers.
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how about using headphones with bluetooth? what headphones have you tried? i think on buying some Motorola ones.
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