iOS 9.3.2, introduced today, reportedly fixes Bluetooth connectivity issues experienced by a number of users, many of whom went to our forums to complain and commiserate. The issue primarily affected those making phone calls over Bluetooth-connected speakers, which frustrated many drivers who rely on such tools to communicate safely while on the road.
Occasional Bluetooth issues have pestered iPhone users through the years, as Apple merely implements the standard, but doesn't control it. While Bluetooth 4.2, the most recent version, fixes many of the stability issues that afflicted smartphones and other connected devices in the past, some problems remain.
Daniel Bader is a Senior Editor at iMore, offering his Canadian analysis on Apple and its awesome products. In addition to writing and producing, Daniel regularly appears on Canadian networks CBC and CTV as a technology analyst.
zomg finally. hope it actually works. talking to my wife using the combination of car bluetooth on my SE with her invisaligns made her harder to understand than Sylvester the cat. Sufferin' Succotash!
Had same issues with my iTouch since 9.3 , hope this fixes it Sent from the iMore App
It's mind boggling that with all the public beta and everything; iOS still has major bugs for something as important as Bluetooth. Sent from the iMore App
All the different iPhones have different versions of Bluetooth, even though Bluetooth has been around a while it's still constantly being updated. Bluetooth has always worked better on iOS than Android for me
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