iMac 2019 Bluetooth version

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  1. codernova macrumors member

    codernova

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    In SystemInformation I'm seeing an LMP Version of (0x9) for Bluetooth. 0x6 is 4.0 from what I can see online, but I can't find anything on 0x9. Is that 5.0?
     
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  3. codernova thread starter macrumors member

    codernova

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    That doesn't add up.... I just found this: So the hardware in my Mac says 0x9, yet Apple's site is (essentially) saying 0x8?

    https://www.bluetoothandusb3.com/how-to-confirm-bluetooth-version-of-computer

    Here's the output from my machine:
    Bluetooth Low Energy Supported: Yes
    Handoff Supported: Yes
    Instant Hot Spot Supported: Yes
    Manufacturer: Broadcom
    Transport: UART
    Chipset: 4364B0
    Firmware Version: v66 c4392
    Bluetooth Power: On
    Discoverable: Off
    Connectable: Yes
    Auto Seek Pointing: On
    Remote wake: On
    Vendor ID: 0x05AC
    Product ID: 0x007B
    HCI Version: 5.0 (0x9)
    HCI Revision: 0x1128
    LMP Version: (0x9)
    LMP Subversion: 0x1042
    Device Type (Major): Computer
    Device Type (Complete): Mac Desktop
    Composite Class Of Device: 0x380104
    Device Class (Major): 0x01
    Device Class (Minor): 0x01
    Service Class: 0x1C0
    Auto Seek Keyboard: On
     
  4. codernova thread starter macrumors member

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    @mrvo Awesome! Guess I wasn't alone. :).

    BT5.0 is nice to have for when I want to work at home debugging my software.
     
  5. mikehalloran macrumors 65816

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    How so?
     
  6. codernova thread starter macrumors member

    codernova

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    Range and speed mostly. Makes debugging non-BLE oriented issues easier/faster.
     

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