I'm sorry we don't support that, I'm not familiar with Mac, Unfortunately you have to contact that manufacturer (Apple) for further support". How many times have you called a company for technical support for a product or service that you use with your Apple/Mac? How fustrating is it that when you only need settings (general or specific) that you get only a limited amount of information and the support rep just recites one of the above frases again, and has barely given you what you needed? I've noticed this quite a bit when working for Tmobile US (& other wireless/Cable providers), when using a phone as a modem, for Bluetooth connections. Information was in the database - per instructions to configure the connection - yet only brave reps would use it. Brave being it reduces their call handling time to just forward you onto tier3; but its a waist of your time that you just speak to tier2 just for formalities in less than 4 minutes. I meant brave when going thru the setup with a motorola phone - if you didn't know that modem scripts from 3rd party were 'usually' needed. Only once did I get BT with a V600 to work without those scripts. Isn't there enough Apple users out there to justify support for products & services to support it? Whatever caused the Mac to be shunned in the business world?