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Take Control of Your iPhone, 2nd Edition by Ted Landau

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Use a Bluetooth Headset or Car Kit

In addition to Wi-Fi and cellular data networks, the iPhone (but not the iPod touch!) supports one other type of wireless connection: Bluetooth. To enable Bluetooth, go to the Settings > General > Bluetooth screen and move the slider to On. After doing this, the Bluetooth icon appears in the status bar by the battery icon, like this: .

Turning on Bluetooth makes your iPhone discoverable by other Bluetooth devices (which is not currently of much value, as I explain in a moment). It also initiates a search by the iPhone for other discoverable Bluetooth devices to which it can connect.

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