Answer to: Is there a Bluetooth 4.0 solution for iMac 27 mid 2010?Probably answered already in another thread but by now there is actually a very simple solution. You can buy a replacement Bluetooth/wifi card that is an all in one solution. You can buy it here (link below) although there might be others that sell this solution too. This is an actual plug and play solution. I haven't tried it myself as my Mac does everything I need at the moment even without handoff and continuity. http://www.osxwifi.com/apple-broadcom-bcm94360cd-802-11-a-b-g-n-ac-bluetooth-4-0-with-adapter-for-imac-2009-imac-2010-and-imac-2011
Answer to: Is there a Bluetooth 4.0 solution for iMac 27 mid 2010?There is not an easy answer to this but long answer short: yes this should be possible. Long answer is that it won't be easy. From what I understand it is definitely possible to upgrade the iMac 2010 with an Apple card supporting Bluetooth 4.0. The suggested card is the Broadcom BCM94360CD which is used in newer Macs. I've read multiple stories of people having succeeded to add handoff/continuity/instant hotspot/air drop to their Macs by swapping their card and even some YouTube video's claiming that it works. You don't have to change kexts either, it works out of the box with the card. I have not encountered a detailed guide to install the Broadcom card. You can't simply swap them and you will need some kind of adapter. It's done in older Mac Pro's but that might be easier because of the space you have inside the Mac. How you can install the card in an iMac i don't really know. It will require some tinkering. I hope someone gets out an detailed guide how to this. The BCM94360CD card and adapter are sold by s...