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Stereo Bluetooth A2DP comes to iPhone thanks to INFINXX

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One knock some people have against the iPhone is it’s lack of support for stereo Bluetooth A2DP, meaning you can’t use a set of Bluetooth stereo headphones with it.

Some people think it’s a big deal, while many don’t care. If you’re in the first group, good news–the INFINXX AP23 can help.

Just snap the AP23 into the bottom of your iPhone and you can enjoy A2DP functionality, plus it works with the original iPhone as well as the iPhone 3G. You can even answer phone calls from your A2DP headset.

iPod owners are also able to use the AP23 (not for phone calls, obviously) as the device also supports the iPod Touch, iPod Nano (1st, 2nd and 3rd generation), iPod Classic, iPod Video, iPod (color) and iPod Mini.

Interested? It will set you back $62 US.

For more info check out the info page here.

[Via Gizmodo]

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