How to Connect iPhone7 or iPhone 7 Plus to Bluetooth Headphones

By September 20, 2016

Some people start enjoy their new Apple toy, iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus now. Do you feel great about the missing headphone jack change? It is fashion and common to use Bluetooth or wireless headphones, especially for iPhone 7 users. In order to be free to charge your iPhone, maybe it is a good idea to check below to get some info about connecting Bluetooth headphone to iPhone 7 or 7 Plus.

At beginning, it is important to check Bluetooth headphones, in case you may blame your new iPhone at the first moment of connecting problem.

You should check the direction light of Bluetooth headphones. In general, in order to save battery, if you don’t use them for a period of time, some Bluetooth headphones will stay by and disconnect with your iPhone 7. In this case, you need to activate Bluetooth headphones and make it connect to iPhone 7 or 7 Plus by pressing the power key. If it doesn’t work, you can open the control center by sliding up from the bottom of the display and tap the Bluetooth icon to open the function for your iPhone 7 or 7 Plus.

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Possiblely your Bluetooth headphones are out of power, so it turns off automatically. Please charge your Bluetooth headphone until it’s alive and then connect them to iPhone 7.

After activating Bluetooth headphones, if the connection is still off, then undoubtedly you need to pair your iPhone 7 to Bluetooth headphone again. This process starts with opening “Setting”.

You will find Bluetooth option in Setting. Click Bluetooth and find your Bluetooth Headphone on the list. You can select the exclamation mark on the right and click Forget This Device to erase the connecting record. Then start connecting operation from the beginning. If you have never connectted your Bluetooth headphone to iPhone 7 before, you can start from here.

ignore bluetooth connecting record for iphone 7 to connect with bluetooth headphone

To pair the Bluetooth headphones, you should make your Bluetooth headphones prepare to be paired first by following its operating directions. In general, you can press the power key for a while. If the light flashes, it means this method works and your Bluetooth headphones are ready.

Then, back to your iPhone 7 or 7 plus settings, locate the device name of your Bluetooth headphones in Bluetooth Setting, and click it to connect.

Sharing music via Bluetooth always give us much convenience especial while driving or excising. If you rightly are in the market searching for a best Bluetooth headphone, you can consider the following options.

1. TaoTronics Wireless 4.1 Magnetic Earbuds

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  • Built-in magnets let you attach the two headphones together when not using, and wear like a necklace around your neck, a convenient way to carry around when you don’t need them.
  • The rechargable long battery life means you get 5 hours of continuous music, or can relax with 175 hours of standby time when powered with a 5V external charger.

2. Mpow 059 Bluetooth Headphones Over Ear

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1. This item is passive noise isolating, NOT active noise cancellation(ANC), it can’t cancel the noise completely but it won’t drain the battery and damage the sound. As an additional factor of sound quality, it is better than ANC.

2. The closed-back design provides immersive Hi-Fi sound with CSR chip and 40mm driver together. If you care more about Noise Cancellation than Sound Quality, you may consider other alternatives

 

Extended Reading:

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How to Find Great Bluetooth Headphones:If New IPhone 7 Miss Headphone Jack

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  1. How to connect S530 Bluetooth .V4.1 to I phone 7 plus

    • Hi, Once you activate pairing mode you simply have to pair your headphones to your phone via the iPhone’s Bluetooth menu. Your headphones won’t connect automatically, so just select them once they have been “discovered” . Once you successfully pair your wireless headphones, you’ll see Connected next to the headphones’ name on your phone and should get an audible “headphones paired” alert through your headphones. You’re now good to go.

  2. Thank you for those wonderful Bluetooth pairing tips!

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