Good morning…I just upgraded to the iPhone 11 Pro, and have iOS 13.1.3 installed (this version installed on October 15th). Before installing the latest iOS version, I was having issues with the Bluetooth connection to my car (Subaru Forester) and my Garmin watch (725xt). No issues with my iPhone 7. I installed the new iOS and the watch issues disappeared. However, I am still having an issue with the car bluetooth. I can connect but as soon as I exit the car and return (amount of time does not matter as I have experimented) the car does not connect to the phone. The car media is listed on the bluetooth connections screen, and I tap it to connect, but it says that the car media bluetooth is not detected - either off or our of range. I then go into the car set up, delete the phone, reconnect, and I am set until the next time I re-enter the car. Is anyone else having this issue? I searched on the Apple forums and other online sites, and read about the same issue with versions .2 and .3, so I am wondering if I will have to wait for the next upgrade to correct the issue.
I had what may have been the same — or at least related — problem. I would connect my phone (SE) to my car, I’d begin playing a track, and it would just fade out and disconnect.
My solution was to “Reset Network Settings” on my phone, here: Settings > General > Reset. Then I re-paired my phone and car.
Be advised, this will blow any wi-fi networks, as well, so you’ll need to rejoin them from scratch.
Thanks - I did the reset but all of my bluetooth connections were still listed in the settings. Should these have been cleared with the reset?
Interesting: I just checked, and my Bose headphones are still listed as one of “my devices” when Bluetooth is enabled — even though I haven’t connected to them since at least a month before I upgraded to iOS 13, and certainly not since I reset the network settings on the phone last week.
So… no, I guess old devices will apparently stay listed.
But if your experience is anything like mine, you’ll have to re-pair with all of them as though for the first time.