Apple today released Bluetooth Preview Release 2.1, a new version of the software which allows users of current USB-equipped Macs to communicate with Bluetooth-equipped wireless devices when connected to third-party Bluetooth adapters.
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New in this release is the preservation of 2 byte characters when transferring files; the ability to pair with devices other than phones; and the ability to create outgoing serial ports.
The Bluetooth Preview Release is dependent on having the D-Link DWB-120M Bluetooth USB Adapter attached to an available USB port on your Mac. The devices have been on back-order from Apple’s own online store for several weeks. Apple senior director of hardware products Greg Joswiak confirmed with MacCentral during a briefing today that those adapters are once again shipping.