I own a 3G since july 17 (date of launch in France). The bluetooth work fine on BMW integrated car system. I am about to purchase a PRIUS and interested to understand if I can expect a correct connection or not ...
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You can't send and receive files with the iPhone's bluetooth. Version 3 of their firmware will supposedly provide this functionality, but only on the iPhone 3G. (2G models don't have the necessary hardware)
As for the hands-free car setup, that should work just fine. It's a matter of pairing the two devices together.
Both my 3GS and iPhone 4 connect to my aftermarket bluetooth headset in my car. The phones can then play music wirelessly into my stereo or be used for hands free calls.
Hope this helps,
Well the folks at ATT were useless. The person at the technology counter said she did not know about technology. She asked the other counter person who said just go to the Toyota dealer.
I call Apple and talked with Bryce. He said this was a very big problem effecting owners of BMW, Toyota, Infiniti. Apple is working on it he said.
He mentioned that when the G3 iphone came out it did not do this. Now it is massive.
Funny thing is, my phone did not do this originally. Now, 25 days into ownership it is Bluetooth worthless.
At least now we won't waiste time at ATT or the car dealer or reprogramming bluetooth connection.
the iphone 3g bluetooth is at present for headsets/handsfree devices only and cannot link/pair with anything else (phones/pc etc) it has been deliberately crippled to force file transfer etc to be done exclusively through itunes