Thanks for the fast reply!
If i inderstand right aptX (from CSR) uses A2DP which is supported by iPAd 2.
I want to use it, as the the standard audio vie BT has a bad quality.
This should work?:
http://www.amazon.de/KOKKIA-Bluetooth-iPod-Transmitter-Apple-Authentifizierung-a pt-X-Bluetooth-Kopfh%C3%B6rer--Lautsprecher/dp/B008PWTPYW/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid =1391617382&sr=8-5&keywords=ipad+bluetooth+aptx
But if possible i would like to avoid aditional dongle somethings...
I apologize. I had no idea that anyone had made a Bluetooth adapter for iOS devices. As to whether it will work I don't know. The reviews I see in Amazon are all from people who use with the standard iPods, not with iOS devices.
As to AptX, from what I can determine, Apple's iOS devices with A2DP do support AptX, so your iPad should work with AptX Bluetooth, but I can't say of my own experience. If you post the specific device(s) you want to use with your iPad, perhaps someone else here can tell you whether and how well they work.
Hi buddy, did you manage to find anything acceptable in the end? I've got the iPad Air with the new connector and now also wondering the same. Perhaps the patent holders are asking for exorbitant amounts to license Apt-X on iOS hence Apple's reluctant to upgrade for minority customers. There is the Jaybird uSport but that's a dongle. On a side topic if I connect ampt to iOS via cable and use Jaybird for output to Apt-X headpones I'd actually have Apt-X through the amp with semi-portability which is pretty neat if I can put up with the inconvenience of a cable hoocup to the amp (which kind of partly defeats the bluetooth idea in the first place). Hate trade-offs.