Ok, I am not going to post again about the lack of support for the A2DP profile on the iPhone. Instead, I am posting about one more easy solution for the A2DP connection while the iPhone users are anxiously waiting for a software update to enable that specific profile.
Neither the Motorola S9 or the iCombi Bluetooth adapter are new on the market, but I found a nice video from YouTube showing how the Motorola S9 performs when connected with a iPhone through the iCombi A2DP adapter. As shown on the video, the bond seems to be very good, and you can still handle the phone calls. When using the iPod feature, the iPhone will stop playing the music and the call can be answered normally. After the conversation has ended, just hang up and the music will continue to play. Everything can be done using the buttons of the Motorola S9, so you do not need to touch the iPhone, if you want. If you want to get the iCombi Bluetooth Adapter for iPod/iPhone, click here. Thanks dwest218 for take the time and make this video.