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Apple ships iPhone Bluetooth headsets

updated 03:00 pm EDT, Tue July 24, 2007

iPhone Bluetooth headsets

Apple has begun shipping its iPhone Bluetooth Headset, and one user has posted photos of the tiny accessory online. The new offering includes the headset itself, a duo dock to charge the iPhone as well as the included headset simultaneously, and a travel cord. A Magsafe connector on the headset provides a secure connection to the dock or cable, and the iPhone screen displays the charge status of both its own battery and the headset when both are plugged into the duo dock. More photos are available from Flickr. [photos]

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  1. ZinkDifferent

    Joined: Dec 1969



    ...and that is why I ended up ordering one myself, despite the initial impression that "$129 seems expensive".

    Then, after considering that this includes not just the headset, but also a duo-dock, and the travel cable/charger, it seemed less expensive.

    Lastly, after realizing that I have 3-4 other BT headsets that cost around $50 each, that I never use because they all use custom charging cradles and connectors that make managing them to be a hassle - suddenly, the iPhone BT headset is a bargain, because it's obvious that I will be able to use, and charge, this one easily enough.

    I'll probably pick up an extra dock and cable for home/work as well.

    It's this kind of attention to detail that makes it worth it buying and using Apple products.

  1. rtbarry

    Joined: Dec 1969



    ...bothered to seat the thing in there straight before taking pics and posting them. ya think?

  1. Geobunny

    Joined: Dec 1969


    re coulda...

    moan moan moan, that's what people do these days. Especially you old people. If all you're gonna do is sit around and moan, they should take your teeth away.

  1. suhail

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Still no music

    I am confused to why Apple is making it so impossible to play audio through a headset. I usually listen to audiobooks which does not need to earbuds. It could've not been that difficult for Apple to allow Audio to play through the headset.

    Anyone has an answer to share?

  1. lilboxer

    Joined: Dec 1969


    elf ears

    Here's the thing... the ear piece is too big for my ears, as is the headphone that comes with the iPhone, as is the headphones for the iPod (yes, i know they are the same). Not all ears are created equal Apple, please give us options!

  1. grilla

    Joined: Dec 1969


    all sold out

    i called two stores and they were sold out within 30 minutes after they went on sale.

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