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Latest iPhones will be able to play audio on two Bluetooth devices simultaneously



iPhone XI

We have now heard about a lot of rumours regarding the next iPhones from Apple. First of all, we know that the iPhone XI series will have triple rear cameras. Also, the 2019 iPhones will have a design change in its camera setup mostly. We will see a camera arrangement on the back of iPhone XI in a criss-cross manner.

Now, we are getting some more reports regarding the iPhone XI. This latest information comes just before the Apple WWDC conference 2019. This is the conference where Apple will release its latest version of iOS, iOS 13 and macOS after macOS Mojave.

According to this report, iPhones in 2019 will support streaming audio on two Bluetooth devices at the same time. Now, this feature is very new for the people who are in the Apple ecosystem. However, it is nothing new for Android users who have it since the last couple of years. As of now, Samsung Galaxy devices since Galaxy S8 have this feature called Dual Audio.

Apart from that, we have seen OnePlus devices with this feature as well. Nonetheless, it is a big feature for Apple devices to play audio at the same time on two different devices. With this, you can now control sound on both the devices individually from your device. Think of a scenario when you want to play audio on your AirPods as well as your HomePod. With this feature, you can now be able to do it with ease.

This also means that you can now use your iPhone to pick calls as well as play songs at the same time. Possibly, the latest iPhones will be able to support it via Bluetooth 5.0. It also means that this feature can be ported back to the iPhones since the iPhone 8 series. However, it remains to be seen if Apple will want to backport this feature to older iPhones.



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