Tips To Fix iOS 10 Bluetooth Problems
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If you just got a new iPhone, congratulations on your new iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus that you are probably contractually obliged to pay for! Surely the new iPhones are all the rage, but are you getting annoying problems with your Bluetooth? Many users are experiencing this infuriating problem with the iOS 10’s Bluetooth feature. It makes It all the more annoying that all wireless headphones, speakers and what not must be connected via Bluetooth, and if that feature is bugged, then what do you do next? This issue is affecting a lot of iOS 10 users and they are unable to set up a connection or pairing, if it does push through, the connection is not stable at all. There are even reports of users unable to connect to their Mac and car audio systems.

The bad news is, there is no official solution from Apple at the moment, but surely they are working on it. While waiting, here are a few tips you can try to make to issue be less unbearable.

Switch off Bluetooth and perform a power cycle

  • Proceed to the ‘Settings’ app
  • Find ‘Bluetooth’
  • Set the switch to ‘Off’
  • Reboot the device by long pressing the Home Button and the Power Button. If done correctly, you should see the Apple logo.
  • After the reboot return to the ‘Settings’ app
  • Find ‘Bluetooth’
  • Set the switch to ‘On
  • If this fails, try the other tips below

Attempt to Repair the Bluetooth Connection

  • Proceed to the ‘Settings’ app
  • Find ‘Bluetooth’
  • Select “i” on the device you would like to set up a connection with
  • Tap on ‘ Forget This Device’
  • If this fails, try the other tips below

Reset your Network Settings

  • Proceed to the ‘Settings’ app
  • Navigate to ‘General’
  • Select ‘Reset’
  • Choose ‘Reset Network Settings’
  • Enter the credentials required
  • If this fails, try the other tips below

Raise the White Flag for Self Troubleshooting and Proceed to the Apple Store

  • Proceed to the nearest Apple Store in your area to get an Apple Technician to examine your device.
  • Wait patiently for a permanent fix in the next iOS update. At least you tried, thumbs up for that!


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