FM Receiver App?
I am going to be getting the next iPhone as my first iPhone and I am wondering is their a way to receive "true" FM broadcasts and not "streaming" broadcasts via 3g/Wifi? I am looking for something like on a regular radio or on the previous Nano where you can tune in individual channels for when I want to listen to the TV in my apartments gym. I know of Tune-In, Nobex, iheartradio... If this can be done via just an app or it can also be with an accessory like the Remote Control apps for your TV.
I just wanted to note that I will be using wired headsets with this.
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Re: FM Receiver App?
So the FM section of the BCM4325 chip can't be enabled?
Low-Power 802.11a/b/g with Bluetooth® 2.1 + EDR and FM
The Broadcom BCM4325 family of single-chip devices provides for the highest level of integration for a mobile or handheld wireless system, with integrated IEEE 802.11a/b/g (MAC/Baseband/Radio), Bluetooth 2.1 + enhanced data rate (EDR), and FM receiver. Thus providing a compact small form factor solution with minimal external components to drive the costs for mass volumes and allows for flexibility in size, form, and function of handheld devices. The BCM4325 is designed to address the needs of highly mobile devices that require minimal power consumption and reliable operation.