"Works great with Apple Products"4.5 starson by Jon-Luke
Pros: The Clipper's design is simple and effective with a great quality feel. It is simple to pair and works perfectly with my iPhone 4 as well as my MacBook Pro. Sound Quality is great for a bluetooth device with good stereo imaging.
Cons: My only gripe is that the clipper can be a little tricky to clip on some types of clothing. It prefers to be clipped to jackets, bag straps or seat belts, T-Shirts or other soft cotton can be tricky.
Summary: At first touch the Jabra CLIPPER has a soft rubbery feel which gives one a sense of holding a quality product. The device is solid and well constructed, with enough weight to feel solid but not too heavy (You don't get the sense that you have clipped a dead weight to your clothing).
There are three buttons that control the device which are not entirely intuitive for apple users, but once you get the hang of the functions everything works very easily and you can easily operate the device via touch alone. The difference for apple users is that to skip to the next track you don't double click the home button but rather press and hold the "+" button.
The sound quality with the provided earbuds is reasonable, but the great thing about this device is that you can plug in your own headphones (or other aux device via 3.5mm plug and cable) and this is a great option which definitely provides improved sound quality. Using my own headphones the sound quality is really good for a Bluetooth device; stereo imaging is good and the basic sound quality is great for enjoying music on the go.
I use the Clipper with my iPhone 4 and my Macbook Pro. With the iPhone it does everything it advertises it can do with no problems... Answers calls, listen to music, skip tracks & change volume (Although it should be noted that the volume of the iPhone does not change but the volume that the device outputs does - so if you like things loud your iPhone volume should be up high so that you can get more range out of the volume control on the Clipper). On the MacBook Pro it can control media (Play / Pause / Skip / Volume) and it works as headphones as well as a mic; so a good device for Skype or iChat. One pleasant surprise is that it even works well with watching videos and there is not perceptible sound delay so lip sync is not effected - this can be a problem with some bluetooth devices.
So all in all if you are a Mac user I can recommend this device, it pairs easily works robustly and has a similar minimal but functional design that Macs have. There is even a separate quick start guide aimed for iPhone users in the literature that comes with the Clipper. As far as I know the Clipper will work with the iPhone 3G, the 3GS and the 4 providing the software updates are up to date. I am extremely pleased with my purchase.