The iPhone 15 could have a Bluetooth problem, according to some user reports

As you may have seen in our iPhone 15 review. we were very pleased with Apple’s flagship phone. but it ran into many issues at its launch – and it seems a lot of people encountered the device’s Bluetooth issues.

A report by MacRumors states that these Bluetooth problems started occurring after the first sale of the iPhone 15 in September 2023. Most of the complaints are related to connecting to older Bluetooth devices, including car stereos and headphones.

MacRumors users reported audio that “cuts out and reconnects” and “repeatedly disconnects” over Bluetooth. Some of those who are experiencing this problem were told that the iOS 17 update will fix the problems soon. Despite Apple releasing new versions of the iPhone software reports of problems have continued.

According to user reports, all four iPhone -15 models – iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max are facing Bluetooth issues.

Finding a fix (iPhone 15)

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It’s hard to estimate how many iPhone -15 devices are having Bluetooth issues. It’s not affecting all iPhone -15 or Bluetooth devices, but 1,718 have been confirmed on Apple’s official forum.

According to feedback provided to MacRumors, the only way to fix iPhone -15 Bluetooth problems is to request a replacement from Apple.  IPhones come with a one-year warranty on all iPhones. Restarting the phone, resetting, or performing other specific fixes does not help fix the Bluetooth problem.

As of now, we haven’t heard anything from the Apple company on this matter. but it doesn’t take much for us to figure out that the Bluetooth module or related settings could be responsible for this problem.

We can also say that Bluetooth problems often come with a lot of devices so there are a lot of these complaints.



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