New iPad contains power-sipping Bluetooth 4.0. Already, 2,048 x 1,536 reasons to covet the latest iPhone, but here’s one more: it is the first tablet that incorporates the latest Bluetooth 4.0 “smart” series. Like the iPhone 4S, the Apple board is ready to synchronize with other intelligent devices that drain much less power than previous modules. Want to supplement your purchase with a wireless keyboard whose batteries last for years?
The new Bluetooth iPad first smart tablet readyApple Embraces Bluetooth 4.0, prepared for the explosion of Bluetooth devices and Data KIRKLAND, Wash. – (BUSINESS WIRE) – The new iPhone, released today by Apple, Inc. [NASDAQ: AAPL], is the world’s first Bluetooth tablet Intelligent Ready, Bluetooth v4.0 and incorporates technology hallmark low energy. As smart tablet Bluetooth Ready, the new iPad gives any Bluetooth device, from a static collection of sensor data to a laptop or mobile phone like the iPhone 4S, the ability to connect, share and distribute information in time real. No other wireless technology is able to provide limited energy consumption, usability, functionality and install the ground that the Bluetooth v4.0 brings to the market.
“We have seen a steady stream of intelligent Bluetooth Bluetooth Ready and intelligent devices since the beginning of the year and we hope that today’s news to drive the wave even greater.”
The fact that the new Apple iPad is a Bluetooth Ready Smart Hub is great news for the broad ecosystem of the EC – accessory manufacturers, application developers, and most importantly, consumers. Every second, more than 60 devices with Bluetooth ® marketed worldwide – Classic Bluetooth technology and Bluetooth devices smarter now join the 7 billion Bluetooth enabled devices already on the market. This massive ecosystem is expected to increase dramatically over the next two years: Bluetooth-enabled devices hit the market 2B and 3B in 2012 is expected to be available in 2014, according to Peter Cooney, director of practice, the semiconductor industry watcher ABI Research, Inc. Why is the new iPad better with Bluetooth?
Bluetooth Ready • As Smart Hub, the new iPhone is ready to connect to the expanding universe of Bluetooth devices, Bluetooth technology, both classic (think today’s mice, keyboards and speakers, Bluetooth) and the new smart devices (fitness sensors such as H7 or Wahoo Blue Polar heart rate monitors, the Casio G-Shock GB-6900 clock wise, and so on.
• The new iPhone 4S joins the iPhone and the Motorola Razr Droid as some of the first intelligent Ready Bluetooth devices are available to connect to the increasingly diverse number and mass of Bluetooth enabled devices. The launch of Windows 8 and tablet PCs will drive the millions of Bluetooth Ready intelligence centers to be delivered this year.
For application developers:
Bluetooth Ready • As Smart Hub, the new iPhone (including iPhone 4S) enables application developers to convert the data coming safely from Bluetooth devices attractive to consumers information across applications. OEMs and third-party application developers can distribute their applications through the App Store and allows them to easily connect to any Bluetooth devices like smart. All this is possible thanks to the Apple API.
• The data from Bluetooth devices is applicable and the cloud of using safe, diverse, real-time lightweight and inherent.
• As with all other Bluetooth devices Smart Ready, the consumer now has the opportunity to seamlessly connect its various Bluetooth devices (Bluetooth technology Bluetooth devices Classic smart or new) for the new iPad. Not only will allow the consumer to buy an ultra-efficient Bluetooth keyboard smart will not need a battery replacement for the life of your new iPhone can also track the data that might be fine coming out of your Bluetooth smart many devices using their new iPhone applications.
• For example, fitness enthusiasts can track and record their analysis training (heart rate, distance, speed, altitude, etc) in an application that is talking to your Bluetooth enabled heart rate monitor. Diabetics can seamlessly and securely monitor their blood sugar levels in the blood of your Bluetooth enabled glucose meter through a new application on your iPhone. On your next visit, you can simply display a graph of your levels of blood sugar over the past six months into his new iPad (Full HD) when the doctor asks how were your readings since the last review. Or consumers can use your new iPhone as a remote control your Bluetooth audio system, TV, or the thermostat.
• Consumers can rely on the security of data transported via Bluetooth technology.Data from intelligent Bluetooth devices have military grade 128-bit AES encryption. Not only are the smart energy Bluetooth devices very efficient, but also ultra safe.
“The iPad is the first of its kind, it shows that Apple really understand how their products are better with Bluetooth technology and Bluetooth ecosystem value – to the developer community, the manufacturer and the ultimate benefactor – the consumer, ”said Michael Foley, Ph.D., executive director of Bluetooth SIG. ”We have seen a steady stream of intelligent Bluetooth Bluetooth Ready and intelligent devices since the beginning of the year and we hope that today’s news to drive the wave even greater.”