Bluetooth devices can be used as extensions to Apple products, including the iPhone, iPod, Mac and iPad, to assist with making voice calls. The device uses short-range wireless technology to connect with the cellular phone to create a hands-free call. Since many states in the country have banned the use of phones while driving, these headsets offer a safe way to continue the conversation in the car without placing any lives at risk. With an Apple Bluetooth, the device will automatically partner up with the phone in the dual dock. To access the device, go to settings, click on general, and find the Bluetooth option. The headset will be listed under the available devices and tap to connect the two.
Bluetooth headsets, headphones, car kits, and the other range of accessories can also be used to engage in multiplayer games with friends or strangers nearby that are looking for a partner. The peer to peer connectivity lets users exchange business cards, send notes, or share pictures all through voice commands. When using a Bluetooth accessory, users can engage in all of the same phone features, while leaving their hands free to do other tasks. It is the epitome of multi-tasking!
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