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2 responses to “Apple Launches Mac OS X Leopard with A2DP Stereo Bluetooth”

  1. Alex Murray

    Before leopard, I could use my bluetooth phone just exactly as you would a phone line – it would dial out using the voice line (I don’t have data service enabled on my phone). Leopard seems to have screwed that up – it seems to be able only to do dialup with a phone that has data service enabled on it. Thanks Mac!

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