With the recent release of Apple's latest flagship phone, the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus, a lot of people have sacrificed a ton of money just to have one. But is the sacrifice really all that worth it? Whatever your answer is, however, one thing is sure. Apple's new OS, iOS 10, has some serious issues, especially in its Bluetooth capabilities.
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus has just introduced a "headphone jack-less" device, and it is the culprit to the problem. With Bluetooth technology, several problems may arise; such as a problem on pairing with devices or instability of connection.
Here are some helpful ways that will help you deal with iOS 10's Bluetooth problems.
Solution #1: Turning off the Bluetooth and Rebooting
One of the simplest things you can do is to simply turn off the Bluetooth, and then turn off your iPhone. It may either be a total shutdown or just a plain reboot. Whichever you choose to do, most of the time, the solution really does work.
Solution #2: Repairing the Bluetooth Connection
If the above solutions haven't worked out, then might as well get to repair the connection. To do this, go to Settings, then Bluetooth, and then select the "i". Then tap on Forget This Device. What will happen next is that it will reconnect and then viola, there you have it.
Solution #3: Resetting the Network Settings
If ever the problem still persists, then the best thing that you can do is to reset your own network. Go to Wi-Fi settings, disconnect from your internet connection, and then reconnect. Go to Bluetooth and then find your device.
Solution #4: Go to an Apple Store
But if ever the above solutions still haven't solved your problems, then the smartest thing to do is to just go to the nearest Apple Store. After all, the tech staff at the Apple Store are always equipped with the latest fixes for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus' issues.