Apple’s 2003 Bluetooth page is still up and it’s a blast from the past

Owen WilliamsApple, Insider

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Bluetooth is commonplace now, but in a time just 12 years ago, it was a new-fangled technology. A fun page from Apple’s website that’s still online dates all the way back to 2003 and touts that Bluetooth will be available in the Mac via a dongle. The page describes Bluetooth’s purpose, what it’s for and the difference between Wireless Wi-Fi adapters and Bluetooth devices. It even touts that it’s great for connecting other relics together: With Bluetooth technology for Mac OS X, you can link your Palm OS-based handheld device, Bluetooth-enabled cell phone and peripherals with your PowerBook G4, iBook, Power Mac G4…

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