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Why does Apple not support the rSAP - Remote SIM Access Profile - for connection to car handsfree via Bluetooth

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Aug 12, 2012 9:58 AM

Hello community,

 

I just ordered a new car and it comes with a bluetooth based handsfree installation based on rSAP (remote SIM access profile). I learned that rSAP is the ideal thing to eliminate the unwanted radiofrequency radiation (RFR) inside the car. Now while googleing I also learned that iPhone on iOS does not support rSAP.

 

I would like to point to the following page which shows some more detailed information on the rSAP topic:

http://paulroberts69.wordpress.com/2011/02/28/android-2-2-and-rsap-compatibility /

 

I find rSAP a very usefuly thing, if it really brings the GSM radiation level down inside the car and allows the full use of all GSM functions by the rSAP premium handsfree kit built into the car. I absolutely do not understand why it is not already available with iOS.

 

From several web sources I understand that rSAP is available for jailbroken iPhones. That means, the chips inside the iPhone would support a rSAP service. Therefore my question: will it become available with iOS 6?

 

Or do all the folks at Apple drive old cars/brands and don't even think of the rSAP feature? Can we somehow start to get a hearing by the Apple developers? According to my knowledge, rSAP is implemented with all premium handsfree factory units of the VW brands - Audi, VW, Skoda ... This should make a relevant user base!

 

Any others with same wish and/or experiences? Comment here please!

 

Regards,

Olaf

iPhone 4, iOS 4.3.2, in a lovely blue fitbag ...

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