1 Reply Latest reply: Jul 13, 2008 3:52 PM by roaminggnome
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I have a great new phone called the iPhone yet it can not do the simple task of sending a contacts card via bluetooth to another phone. It is a task my very old Nokia 6600 could do. It is something the iPhone could do if it was programmed to do it. So why Apple did you leave this basic feature out. You can't claim battery life because you now have 3G and that drains batter life big time (this is also true for Stereo bluetooth which would be great to have while I am working out, plus you give the option of turning on and off both 3G and bluetooth. So please start implementing basic features to a capable device. You are Apple. You can make anything easy. I am sure you already have a solution.

MacBook, Mac OS X (10.5.2)