3 Replies Latest reply: Mar 4, 2010 3:17 PM by roaminggnome
saint168 Level 1 Level 1
This has to be a stupid decision from Apple. If there is a bluetooth chip in my iPod, why can't I use my iPod to answer my cell phone when it rings? I can't imagine the bluetooth chip in iPod does not have this capability if Samsung YP-P2 player does.

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  • roaminggnome Level 10 Level 10
    This is not a feature of the ipod touch.

    Bluetooth is for stereo headsets/speakers and some peer-to-peer apps ONLY.

    Why does any product not have a particular feature?
  • saint168 Level 1 Level 1
    That's my point exactly, why isn't it a feature of the iPod Touch? If I have the iPod headset on my ears which has a buildin mic connected to my bluetooth capable iPod Touch, why do I have to manually pause my music, take the headset (at least one side) our of my ear to answer my phone? Wouldn't it just make sense to implement this feature.
  • roaminggnome Level 10 Level 10
    " why isn't it a feature of the iPod Touch?"

    Because Apple chose not to make this a feature of the ipod touch.

    Unless Apple announces, there is no reason to know why they do anything.

    Does "why" really matter? It is NOT a feature of the ipod touch. It doesn't have a bottle opener either. It could, but it doesn't.

    You can leave feedback for Apple at:

    http://www.apple.com/feedback