JAKARTA – It’s rumored that Apple is adding dual Bluetooth audio connections to the latest iPhone or iPhone 11. If the rumors are true, this will be reported on the Tech Times page on Tuesday (28/05/2013). Then users can have more options in listening to music and the like.
A Mac Otakara blog reported on Mac rumors that the next iPhone, possibly the iPhone 11, will be able to connect to two Bluetooth devices at the same time.
For example, music tracks can be played back simultaneously via Bluetooth headphones and speakers. As another example, the phone may connect to wireless headphones and an intelligent car system and stream audio to the headset while GPS instructions are being sent to the car radio.
It’s important to note that the iPhone can now connect to multiple Bluetooth devices, but only supports one audio profile. This is not the first time this feature has been started in a smartphone. Samsung has introduced such a feature for the Galaxy S8, which is referred to as dual audio feature.
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This function allows users to play songs and the like on two Bluetooth headphones or speakers via their mobile phone or tablet. According to Mac Otakara, support for Bluetooth audio connections works the same way for the iPhone.
It’s unclear what the iPhone model actually means, even though it’s assumed to be an iPhone 11. Samsung’s dual-audio feature is based on Bluetooth 5.0, indicating that Apple’s development will also build on that. If this is true, old phones like the iPhone 8 and iPhone X can get features through software updates.
The next generation iPhone is expected to hit the market in September 2019. There are rumors that there are three models, namely the 5.8-inch and the 6.5-inch iPhone with an OLED screen and three cameras. As well as a 6.1-inch iPhone with LCD screen and two cameras.
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