After several years of work aimed at making Bluetooth a standard work across these devices Apple, the Cupertino company has been invited to join the Board of Directors of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG). The board already includes names like Intel and Microsoft.

The GIS is a nonprofit group that oversees the development of Bluetooth and grants licenses to third parties. I shall define its general and specific strategies for the future of the standard.

The decision to call Apple is justified by the fact that for years the company uses the Bluetooth brand on the Mac, iPhone and iPad, with millions of devices sold its logo all over the world.

The SIG seeks time to conclude the development of the Bluetooth standard 4.0 by the end of the year, which will ensure less energy consumption and faster speed.The presence of Steve Jobs and Apple will provide members with a key role in future developments of the standard.

And before anyone asks, this entry has nothing to do with the limitations imposed by Apple’s Bluetooth iPhone OS, since that will remain unchanged for eternity.

Via | Macworld


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