Apple iPhone-friendly accessory range launches
13 October 2009 — 10:05 AM
Apple iPhone 3G users have been offered a selection of new products by Avenir Telecom, which may interest those recycling mobile phones.
Designed with the smartphone's audio visual applications in mind, the range includes a Bluetooth transmitter that allows two separate pairs of headphones to listen to music wirelessly.
Using the same technology, a hands-free car kit is also featured that the company claims is one of the most lightweight and portable on the market.
Managing director of Avenir Telecom Andy Tow said the products - which are built by Beewi - provide handset users a wireless solution that forms part of a wider campaign to "bring the best products to the UK".
"We aim to do for mobile hardware what the Apple iPhone apps store has done for mobile software," he added.
A mini Wi-Fi USB adapter and wireless mouse were also announced that are designed for use with both Apple and Microsoft-based laptops.
It was recently announced the Apple iPhone would be made available on the Orange and Vodafone network, marking an end to the exclusivity O2 has previously enjoyed in the UK.
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