You're on the phone with a new customer, about to land a sweet deal, and the line goes dead. Is it your iPhone? Your Bluetooth headset? Though hassles like this may be an everyday part of modern life, they are both fixable and preventable given a little time and patience. Often, the trouble comes down to a weak battery or a problem with the Bluetooth device pairing. Bluetooth is a standard way to connect electronic devices wirelessly.
How to Use Bluetooth on Your iPhone
How to Set Up Bluetooth on an iPhone: 6 Steps (with Pictures)
This wikiHow teaches you how to connect a device that uses Bluetooth wireless technology, like headphones or a speaker, to your iPhone. Place a Bluetooth device near your iPhone. Press the pairing button. Open Settings.
Pair a third-party Bluetooth accessory with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
To get help pairing a Bluetooth accessory—like a wireless keyboard—to your iOS device, try these steps:. If you need help pairing a Bluetooth accessory to your Apple TV, learn what to do. Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement.
Bluetooth devices are increasingly popular today, both because more and more states are requiring hands-free driving and because Bluetooth technology makes it easy to share data. Most Bluetooth devices are other smartphones, phone headsets, and computers, but items such as speakers, wireless keyboards, and fitness wristbands are becoming more popular. Pairing, or connecting, a Bluetooth device to your iPhone is a fairly simple process.