I can't possibly type all what is needed to understand why this is or cover it all. In short, not all things talk to all things.
Here's this ONE THING. Your Windows Laptop with BT (bluetooth) rarely can be a BT AUDIO PLAYER. Adding A2DP is not an easy thing and is not a stock feature in BT usb adapters or the Windows BT "stack." You can find that folk then discover this and read more at http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=374977
Sorry but it would take a long dissertation to cover why this is not a stock feature.
Based on the last last thread I started in the forum, I adopted the advice by many OP that I should add a Bluetooth dongle to my laptop and finally the audio stream works flawlessly so far with all my gadgets. By the way, I ordered Inateck new released Bluetooth adapter :
It is said as an upgraded edition of its old item. But last weekend, I just puzzled about its use with iPhone 6. My friend came to visit me and want to share his new favorite songs with me on his 6. But we tried many times with a failure. My laptop has shown the connection works but the music can't be expressed.
Has anybody could tell us whether there is any special clause on the iPhone 6's Bluetooth function ? Or is it possible we ignored some important information or operation?
Moreover, maybe someone knows the explanation of EDR WIDCOMM ?