No. The Bluetooth stack on an iPhone does not present the profiles required for generic data interchange.then macboook ?
Probably, although the only way to be sure is to ask them. What about the iPod Touch? This is your application/idea not mine. I assume that you've thought it through, decided on your market and worked out if there are issues with the hardware in advance.Again, will apple approve my application assuming I am able to do this ? and what about iPod touch ?
No. The Made For iPhone program is really aimed at specific, targeted accessories. You'd be far better forgetting about Bluetooth.is there any third party or apple made "made for iPhone" bluetooth dongle available for mac or xp which can be used to transfer data from a laptop ?
It won't work: that site is the only one claiming iPhone compatibility with that (it has to be said cheap, nasty, terrible looking product). Note no iPhone compatibility listed: http://ucables.com/ref/MA-730 http://www.wirelessground.com/moacblmogem.html
Because Apple have no interest in making this happen and, if anything, seem to be against open Bluetooth use on the iPhone so will not license such a device. I have no idea why you are so insistent on making whatever it is work with Bluetooth but you are really going to struggle to get this working. You would be much better listening to my advice and spending your effort reverse engineering the GameKit protocol and then implementing the software required to appear to be a GameKit client.no, when I try to apply for "Works with iPhone" it asks me for my company's tax details and legal counseller's details, which I am not accessible to. And if that is meant for hardware manufacturing and selling, how in the world there is not a bluetooth dongle has been made by some manufacturer which can transfer data from PC using gamekit !
I suggest you give up on whatever it is you are trying to do and target something achievable...even I will struggle reverse engineering gamekit protocol too unless there is some library someone has made
I might just program applications, not much into protocols and stuff.