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iPhone hackers Ralf Ackermann has done what Apple so far chosen to avoid - he has made the iPhone to communicate with Bluetooth Keyboard.
<blockquote>Here is a short video showing the interacting devices (Apple wireless keyboard, iPhone, communicating over Bluetooth) in operation.

Feels like getting closer to the “mainstreaming” goal - it uses hardware that comes of the shelf (unfortunately you still need to have access to a jailbroken phone), uses a packaged application, does not expose bits and pieces to the end user, just works with all the applications that use the standard on-screen keyboard - and finally: it may just help you doing something more efficiently or comfortably.</blockquote>
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