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riffin
10 hours ago

I want to give a pair of good sounding headphones as a gift, and am trying to decide between headphones that use the standard 3.5mm analog audio jack and...

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Aryton
4 weeks ago

After installing the iOS 7.1 update, I can’t get BlueTooth to turn off. If I turn it off, the iPhone just turns it back on. Any ideas?

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PapaRiver
10 weeks ago

How can I figure out if a Macbook Pro supports BlueTooth 4.0? It's a 13" from 2011, which is right around the time they started to ship with Bluetooth 4.0....

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