Whenever you are experiencing iPhone 6 Bluetooth issues, try this: go to Settings, tap on Bluetooth, and turn it off. Turn it back on after a couple of seconds. Usually, this is the only thing you’ll need to do because everything will work perfectly when you’re done.
A restart is always one of the most efficient solutions, not only for this problem, but for many others as well, and that’s why you should give it a shot. To restart your iPhone 6, press and hold the sleep/wake button, and when the slider appears, drag it, and turn your device off. To turn it back on, you’ll have to press and hold the sleep/wake button again. If for some reason you cannot restart your iPhone, you can reboot it. To do that, hold the Home and Power button simultaneously for a couple of seconds until you see the Apple logo on the screen.
When iPhone 6 won’t pair with a Bluetooth device, you can try this:
- Navigate to Settings, and choose Bluetooth
- Find the device you are having issues with, and click on the Info button next to its name
- Tap Forget This Device
- Confirm that action
- When you’re done, try pairing again
This is also a very simple solution. What you need to do is, go to Settings > Reset > Reset Network Settings. This resets VPN and APN settings, cellular settings, and saved Wi-Fi networks and passwords, but still, it may fix the problem you are currently experiencing, so make sure to try it out.
Before you begin, make sure to get the latest version of the iTunes software. Make sure to backup all data and content. Next, connect your iPhone 6 to your computer via USB cable, and after a couple of seconds, your iPhone will appear in iTunes. Select your device. Choose Restore in the Summary panel. You will have to confirm the action. The phone will restart after it’s restored to factory settings. You’ll see a welcome screen, and just follow the steps to set up your iPhone 6 as a new device.