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Brando ships stereo Bluetooth adapter for iPhone 3G

updated 03:55 pm EDT, Thu July 17, 2008

iPhone A2DP adapter

Hong Kong exporter Brando has begun shipping one of the first Bluetooth adapters compatible with the iPhone 3G. The Infinxx AP23 is meant to cope with the absence of stereo Bluetooth on iPhones, by converting USB output to A2DP. The adapter plugs directly into a phone's dock connector, and does not require any removable batteries as it consumes power from the phone itself.

Users can additionally rely on the adapter as a bridge for AVRCP, enabling remote control of play, volume and track skipping functions. The AP23 costs $62; aside from iPhones, it can be used with all Nanos and Minis, as well as full-sized iPods with a color screen.

by MacNN Staff





  1. mullum

    Joined: Dec 1969


    ive had

    .. Ive had an AP21 and iCombi headies for donkeys. Anyone understand what makes this iphone "compatible" and the AP21 incompatible ? Besides, apparently the 3G iPhone HAS an A2DP-able chip onboard which only needs to be utilized through a software update.

  1. GORDYmac

    Joined: Dec 1969



    I thought the dock connecter was off limits? I'll await a few reviews.

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