This is a discussion on Overlooked feature of the new iPad within the iPad 3 Forum forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by AQ_OC Thanks for going to the trouble to post it one more time. This is a major benefit, IMO, to the new ...
So would I be able to link to BT GPS receiver to my iPad 3 that is currelty WiFi only?
I don't see why not.....I did this all the time on my iPad 2. Don't think anything defeats that feature, things just get better in terms of power use. Since I got the 4g model I don't need to do this now, though I may still use it.Originally Posted by smithgt
mini iPad w/ RD - 128 LTE - Space Grey | iPad mini - 64 GB - LTE - Black | iPad (3nd Gen) - 64GB - LTE - Black | iPhone 4S - 64GB - White | Nexus 10 | Nexus 7 2013 | Kindle Fire
* * * Forum Rules * * *
I have been leaving my bluetooth on all they time now and have not seen a hit in battery life.
I have a Logitech Bluetooth remote connection to my AV receiver. I can stream music from my iphone or ipad through my home theater system. Works great. I also have BT headphones. I can start the music on the ipad and wander around the house doing stuff.
Now, is there any way to link an iPhone with an iPad via bluetooth?