Have you ever wondered how easy it would be to simply sync iPhone contacts via Bluetooth to your PC.
It is easy to get lost if you search online how to sync iPhone contacts to PC via Bluetooth. There are countless discussions with answers varying from simple steps on how to pair iPhone to PC via Bluetooth to - false guidelines on how to actually transfer iPhone contacts to PC via Bluetooth.
The answer to the above question is simple. While the iPhone features Bluetooth connectivity – transfer of iPhone contacts via Bluetooth has never been possible.
Apple has made it clear that the Bluetooth connectivity of the iPhone will only serve to pair the device with a headset or a hands-free device and not for the transfer of file data while file transfer can only be achieved via iTunes and recently via the iCloud in a strictly one-user non-share environment.
Indeed, the only exception in which you can transfer iPhone contacts via Bluetooth is if you have a PBAP (Phone Book Access Profile)-enabled system on your car. Many cars would nowadays provide the possibility to sync iPhone contacts via Bluetooth to their navigation and communication systems. Note, however, that each automobile producer provides their own set of instructions on how to sync iPhone contacts via Bluetooth.
What to try
If you are looking for a wireless way to sync iPhone contacts to PC, you can use iTunes and its newly-available wireless sync starting from iOS 5 + iPhones and iTunes v10.5 +.
Sync iPhone contacts even quicker
You can also use an uncomplicated third party app in order to sync iPhone contacts directly to your computer.