How to Use an iPod Touch as a Bluetooth Speakerphone

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The iPod Touch has native capabilities that include Bluetooth wireless interactions build right in. Use an iPod Touch as a Bluetooth speakerphone with help from an expert in the world of Apple retail in this free video clip.

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Hey, I'm Skylar. If you live in this century, you've probably heard of Skype it's a pretty cool tool that allows you to place calls over the Internet and it's called Voice Over IP and Skype for iPod actually allows you to connect with multiple people at the same time. So let's say I am hanging out with my sister and she and I want to call my Dad who's in Los Angeles, pretty straight forward, right? Well we kind of want good audio quality though so we're going to have to get some sort of speaker phone system rigged up and that's where this comes in, it's made by Jawbone and it's called a JAMBOX and it connects by a Bluetooth so you could use it with an iPod Touch, an iPhone or iPad and the cool thing about it is that it's totally wireless, has great sound quality. So basically I could just set this on the table, turn it on and pair it with my iPod and then get Skype and I'd be able to group call or call just an individual and have everybody in the room connected by that. How's that sound, pretty good? There are a lot of other Bluetooth things that could do the same thing, but the combination of Skype plus something like the JAMBOX is going to be a winner for somebody who wants to make conference calls with their iPod Touch. Thanks for watching. I'm Skylar.


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