elementary OS always innovates itself and offers its users all brand-new technologies and beautiful graphical user interface for various tools. Lately, it would appear that the development has been working on redesigning the Bluetooth settings pane that can be accessed through the built-in Control Panel inherited from the GNOME Stack. After more than 20 revisions, the new Bluetooth settings pane looks pretty sleek. As you can see from the screenshot gallery attached below, which shows both the current and the upcoming Bluetooth settings pane, the transformation is quite astonishing, and users will now be able to do a lot more when connecting a device, such as to adjust the pointer speed of a mouse or change the balance of a soundbar. Labeled buttons for connecting and disconnecting devices replace the old switches.