Anyone know if the apple BT headset will work with a PS3? I know the jawbone will. I picked one up at the Phx apple store this morning (they had 3 of them) and don't want to open it if it will not as I wanted to use it with my phone and PS3.
open it!!!! think of it this way, you could tell us all if it works!!!Anyone know if the apple BT headset will work with a PS3? I know the jawbone will. I picked one up at the Phx apple store this morning (they had 3 of them) and don't want to open it if it will not as I wanted to use it with my phone and PS3.
could you check to see if you can talk into it? This is really the deciding point hear to see if it works with my PS3, if it doesn't im getting a jawbone.I was able to pair the headset with my ps3 with no problem at all, i havent used it to actually speak into it yet but if it pairs then I believe it should work
I have to disagree, I have a PS3 and 360 and right now I like the 360 alot more, I have more games for it and the online is better but it sucks because it cost like 50 bucks a year but I guess its worth it. Also graphics are about the same on both, most multi platform games even look slightly better on the 360, sure that will most likely change as the system gets older but as of now I use my 360 alot more. Also I have my same launch 360 and never had problems with it, but I have to agree it is the loudest of the 3 next gen consoles but its not that bad, maybe im used to my old PC that sounded like a vacumeIt is the PS3 that kills the 360 and again, I own and use both that and the 360. I actually have grown to HATE the 360 but my son still enjoys it though he is playing a lot more PS3 lately (stardust is amazing)
Im going to get a jawbone myself today. The apple BT headset will NOT work.
Either you are jamming it too far into your ear canal or, no offense, you have oddly shaped ears. I know 4 people (myself included) who use Apple's BT earpiece none of which have the "in your ear" problem. Personally it fits me perfectly. I guess that's the price Apple pays for trying to design a "one size fits all" earpiece.One problem I found was the button you press to answer a call ends up IN your ear so its hard to get to the button. You have to move the piece out of your ear a bit to get to the button which is on top of the device (which happens to get lodged in the ear)