Connect Bluetooth Headphones to an iPhone or iPad
Edited by Jay
Connect a Bluetooth headset to your iPhone or iPad from the settings app or the control center. You can also connect Bluetooth headphones or speakers via your device's control center, more easier access. With Apple removing the physical headphone jack, starting with the iPhone 7 series, it's essential to know how to pair a Bluetooth enabled device quickly.
Whether you prefer Apple's AirPods or some other brand of wireless headphones/speakers, you'll need to be familiar with your iPhone or iPad's Bluetooth settings.
In the following Visi tutorial, we're going to cover how to enable and pair a Bluetooth headset to an iPhone or iPad. For this article, we used an iPhone 7 running iOS 13.3.1.
Connect a Bluetooth Headset to iPhone From Settings
Make sure your Bluetooth headset or speaker is turned on and has a decent battery charge.
Connect a Bluetooth Headset to iPhone From Control Center
- 5Tap the I icon to either disconnect or remove the device.To access Bluetooth options from the Control Center, tap Bluetooth Settings.
Tips, Tricks, and Warnings
- Always ensure both your iPhone or iPad has a decently charged battery when connecting and using wireless headsets and speakers. Good battery life is more critical when you're streaming audio/video over the internet while using Bluetooth headphones.
- Always ensure your Bluetooth device (headsets, speakers, etc.) are also charged with substantial battery life. There is nothing worse than getting set up at the beach, only to have your speakers die after the third song.
- If you're having issues connecting to your wireless headphones/speakers, go to; Settings > Bluetooth, tap the I icon to the far right of your device, then tap Forget This Device.
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