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Bluetooth and IEEE 802.11/b/g/n (WIFI) use almost the same frequency bands: Bluetooth: 2.402 - 2.480 GHz (79 channels) WIFI 2.4 GHz (IEEE 802.11/b/g/n): 2.4 – 2.4835 GHz (11, 13 or 14 channels depending on the country) Usually Bluetooth uses frequency hopping and changes the possible 79 x 1 MHz bands 1600 times a second to avoid disturbances while WIFI ...
I imagine this is the case: iPhone and iPad are using an integrated chipset (like this: http://www.broadcom.com/products/Wireless-LAN/802.11-Wireless-LAN-Solutions/BCM4334) supporting both Wifi and Bluetooth. And as both of them are on the same chip the manufacturer could be just incrementing the MACs. However the question is why you ask this - if you want ...
i know it may sound weird. I tried clearing PRAM and did all other things...But my mouse will not connect to the mac. Then one day i found out it will solve my problem of magic mouse not connecting to mac.: disable blutooth go to finder click on AirDrop on left click on Turn on Blutooth( not from main navigation menu, but this option is visible in finder ...
Hopefully you found the solution by now, but I have had this issue numerous times with Yosemite. I have to shutdown the system completely (not a restart) and then it miraculously comes back on. It just shuts off completely for some unknown reason.
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