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Apple releases Bluetooth 1.4.1 update for Mac OS X

updated 05:00 pm EST, Mon November 17, 2003

Bluetooth 1.4.1 available

Apple has released Bluetooth 1.4.1 for Mac OS X via the Software Update, which it says provides enhanced stability for Bluetooth connections. This release also improves performance with human interface devices (HID) including enhancements to wake from sleep.




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  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    No Jaguar update though

    Nuff said. Talk about an outdated OS. And only a year old.

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    For 10.2

    I see Bluetooth 1.3.3, with the same description.

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    Reboot Requried!!

    Nooo.... My uptime!

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Appears to work

    I'm using the M$ BlueTooth mouse and a Sony Ericsson T68i. Both seem to connect just fine after the update. FYI, I didn't lose my mouse connection during the installation and was able to continue working.

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    No Jabra support

    Still does not add support for Jabra BT200 in Sound Input and Output preferences so there is no way to use this BT headset in OS X for iChat, etc.

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    Whiney a*******...

    Not a troll, just an astute observation...

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    Re: No Jabra support

    Does OS X (Jaguar or Panther) support *any* BT headset yet? I wasn't aware of any.

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    Re: No Jabra support

    Audio is not written into Apple's Bluetooth stack yet. While I agree that it should be, your energy would be better spent writing Apple about it rather than joining the cavalcade of whiners here on MacNN.

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    I agree,let's write appl

    It'd be great to see apple jump on this without end users having to write but this isn't the care and so our Jabra headsets won't be as functional as they should be, even though XP has built in bluetooth audio support. C'mon apple... get with it!

    BTW: As I'm not normally a whiner, what email addy do I sent this to?

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