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Bluetooth issues on iOS are as old as the iPhone and iPad. Call it Apple’s failure or the nature of common problems in iOS 15 that most devices face, Bluetooth problems have a long history on iOS and iPadOS.
No wonder a large number of users often take to various forums to complain about the ill-functioning of Bluetooth. While some say that their iPhone is unable to connect to Bluetooth devices, others report that their iOS device automatically disconnects from Bluetooth accessories.
Luckily, there are some trusted solutions to fix the Bluetooth issue on iPhones and iPad. If that’s what you are looking for, try out these 5 pro tips and tricks to fix the “iPhone Bluetooth not working” issue.
How to fix Bluetooth issues on iPhone and iPad.
Bluetooth issues on iOS occur due to a number of reasons such as software bugs, outdated software, and the ill-functioning of Bluetooth accessories.
Note: Before you jump into the solutions, do check whether your iPhone’s Bluetooth is turned on. You can do this from the Control Center, or by checking the Bluetooth toggle within the Settings app.
1. Toggle Bluetooth on Your iPhone.
Whenever I face Bluetooth connection issues on my iPhone and iPad, the first solution I try to resolve the problems is to turn off/on the Bluetooth toggle. And I must say that it does rescue me more often than not. So, I’m going to count on this little but pretty effective trick to get the job done for you as well.
2. Update Your iPhone/iPad.
If none of the tricks has worked in resolving the Bluetooth issues on your iPhone and iPad, I suspect the problem could very well be due to a software bug or outdated software. In either case, you can get rid of the issue by upgrading to the latest iteration of iOS/iPadOS.
3. Forget The Device and Pair it Again.
If the Bluetooth issue still persists, then make the Bluetooth accessory forget your iPhone and iPad. Then, reconnect the Bluetooth accessory to your iOS/iPadOS device. This can sometimes fix Bluetooth problems by clearing out the Bluetooth cache.
4. Hard Reset Your iPhone and iPad.
Another solution that has often worked for me in fixing common iOS and iPadOS issues including Bluetooth problems is the hard reset aka force restart. So, it would be worth turning your iPhone off and on again as well.
5. Factory Reset Your iPhone.
If nothing else works, you can try to fix the issue with this last resort. By factory resetting your iPhone, you are basically using a catch-all solution for your Bluetooth woes, and it should hopefully fix the problem.
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