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The focus of this article is on the iPhone. See this article if you are having Bluetooth problems on your Mac. If CarPlay is not working, see this article.Is your accessory out of range? The first thing you should check is this. Ensure that your iPhone is in range of the Bluetooth accessory with which you are trying to use and pair with your iPhone. If not, try bringing the devices closer together. Please note that your iPhone and your accessory should be within at least 30 feet of each other so that they can communicate well. Furthermore, remove any case from your iPhone to see if this changes anything. And lastly, move away from other electronic devices to see if this changes anything. This is because some electronic devices can cause wireless interference that can disrupt Bluetooth connections. Restart your iPhone and your accessory. Restart your iPhone and then your accessory. Unpair and repair. On your iPhone, go to Settings > Bluetooth. Under the My Devices section, find your device that you are having this problem or you are trying to connect or you are already connected, and then tap the info (I) icon and then tap Forget This Device. And tap Forget Device. A popup may appear saying “Removing
If the steps above have not resolved the Bluetooth problem you are experiencing, contact Apple for support options. You may want to reserve a Genius Bar appointment.
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You may also want to contact your accessory manufacturer if it is not Apple.