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Complete Guide Regarding Using Wireless Headphones With iPhone.

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Some of the common ask questions about wireless headphones with iPhone will be answered in this post. 

Like if you can use any wireless headphone with your iPhone or headphone that is capable with iPhone 7 or why is my headphone not connecting with my iPhone?

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Also, know that this guild will be updated frequently with newer questions about wireless headphones with iPhones.

Wireless headphones with iPhone

Can you use any wireless headphones with iPhone

100% yes since you can connect the wireless headphone with your iPhone via Bluetooth connectivity. 

To connect your Wireless headphone with your iPhone via Bluetooth.

Go to settings on your iPhone and turn on the iPhone Bluetooth also wait – if you’re connecting the wireless headphone with your iPhone for the first time, for your iPhone to search the headphone then you should see the wireless headphone you’re trying to connect under “other devices” in your iPhone Bluetooth menu, click on it and it should be connected successfully.

Do I need wireless headphones for iPhone 11? 

Apple Lightning to 3.5 mm Headphone adapter

Yes, if you are a fan of wireless connectivity but you can still use an earpiece with your iPhone 11 with the help of an Apple Lightning to a 3.5mm Headphone Jack Adapter.

Do I need wireless headphones for iPhone 8?

Yes, you will need wireless headphones for your iPhone 8 and No you don’t need any wireless headphones for your iPhone 8. Why did I give two answers at the same time?

Apple iPhone 8

That’s because your iPhone 8 comes with an earphone (if you bought it new but currently Apple stops the production of the iPhone 8 series so if you’re buying an iPhone 8 it might not come with an earphone) and you might not need wireless headphones since you will be cool with using the earphone with your iPhone 8 (yeah people still prefer wire earpiece over wireless headphones).

But having wireless headphones for your iPhone 8 is great as you enjoy playtime wirelessly.

Does iPhone XR have wireless headphones?

No, sorry you will need to buy one for yourself like the AirPod 3 or the beats wireless headphone.

How many wireless headphones can connect to iPhone 

With the help of Apple’s Audio Sharing feature, you can now connect two pairs of wireless headphones to a single iPhone. But to do that you will have to connect the headphones to your iPhone one at a time.

Currently, Apple’s Audio Sharing feature is available on iOS 13.1 or iPadOS 13.1 and higher

At the moment, Apple Audio Sharing is only available on the following devices:

  • iPhone 8 (and newer)
  • iPad Pro (first-generation and newer)
  • iPad Air (third-generation and newer)
  • iPad mini (fifth-generation and newer)
  • iPod touch (seventh-generation and newer)

What wireless headphones are compatible with iPhone 7 

Every wireless headphone should be able to work with iPhone 7 using Bluetooth connectivity. 

Which wireless headphones are best for iPhones 

Apple AirPods (3rd Generation) Wireless Earbuds

Apple AirPods work best for iPhones since it connects faster on iPhones all thanks to the Apple ecosystem. But a beats wireless headphone (another company owned by Apple) is a good alternative to the AirPod, you might want to check JBL and Bose wireless headphones their headphones are great also.

Why won’t my iPhone connect to wireless headphones?

Assuming your iPhone Bluetooth is ON then it’ll be because the headphone is OFF or the battery of the headphone is down or have to pair the headphone with your iPhone before or maybe it’s a bug from the iOS version you’re using. 

Do a couple of things like asking your local or online Apple support provider about any Bluetooth connectivity bug and if it’s an iOS bug then you should update your iOS version – a newer version would have fixed the Bluetooth connectivity bug.

But let’s say the headphone is ON and the battery is not down or any iOS bug and you have connected the headphone with your iPhone before now, try removing (forget this device) the headphone from your iPhone Bluetooth-connected device and reconnecting the headphone again this time it should connect.

To remove a Bluetooth-connected device from your iPhone 

Go to settings on your iPhone then click on Bluetooth and turn ON the Bluetooth if it’s OFF then you should see all the Bluetooth-connected devices you have connected with the iPhones, locate the wireless headphone you want to remove, and click on the icon after “not connected” you should see forget this device click on it and forget the device. 

That’s how to remove a Bluetooth-connected device on your iPhone.

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