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How do I connect iPhone 4s [or iPod Touch 3g Bluetooth] to BOSE Wave System III (with Bluetooth adapter) *and* Big Blue Bluetooth speaker - 2 simultaneous receiving connections. Sending and receiving devices are all within same Bluetooth range of 30 feet. Attached shows attempted  iPhone 4s connections.
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Bluetooth on iPhone only supports 1 open connection at a time.  So you can have other connections paired in a sort of standby mode but as soon as you use one BT connection the other will drop off.  They still remain paired and ready to be used but only 1 open at a time.
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