Apple’s switch to an 8-pin Lightning dock in the iPhone 5 could push the health care industry toward adopting Bluetooth technology, despite the security risks of wireless technology. Print Version Sponsored By
The Apple iPhone 5’s smaller dock could lead to a greater transition toward Bluetooth connectivity in medical device peripherals. During Apple’s Sept. 12 announcement, company executives detailed how the new iPhone, iPod Touch and iPod Nano would use a 30-pin connector to an 8-pin connector called Lightning.
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