Turn Bluetooth on or off, scan and connect to other Bluetooth devices, and unpair a connected device.

  1. Bluetooth is a wireless technology that allows iPhone to communicate with other Bluetooth enabled devices within a few meters of each other.
    Note: Bluetooth is often used for wireless headsets or to transfer media between devices.
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  2. From the home screen, tap Settings.
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  3. Tap Bluetooth.
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  4. Tap the Bluetooth switch to turn on and off. When Bluetooth is on, the Bluetooth icon will be displayed in the Notification bar.
    Note: To optimize battery life, turn Bluetooth off when not in use.
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  5. Tap the Desired device to pair.
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  6. Tap Pair.
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  7. Device will display “Connected” when successfully paired. When Bluetooth is paired, the Bluetooth paired icon will display in the Notification bar.
    Note: If prompted, enter the Bluetooth pass code for the connecting device. Check your user manual for the pass code or try 0000 or 1234.
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  8. To Disconnect (unpair) or Forget The Device, tap the Info icon 'i'.
    Note: For more information see Pair Bluetooth Accessory or Apple support article: Set up and use third-party Bluetooth accessories
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  9. Tap the Desired option.
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