Whenever I see my iPhone, Bluetooth always on. It has happened to me after iOS 11 update and it was reducing my phone charge. One of my friends told me some solution to fix this problem. After trying, there was no Bluetooth issue on my iPhone. In this article, I am going to tell you how to fix Bluetooth always connected issue on your iPhone or iPad. If you have this same problem, then this article will help you.
Solution 1: Force Restart
iPhone 6 and earlier
Press and hold the Home Button and Power Button (Sleep/Wake) until the Apple Logo Appears.
iPhone 7 & 7 Plus
Press and hold the Side Button and Volume Down Button until the Apple Logo appears.
iPhone 8, 8 Plus, & X
- Press the Volume Up Button and release it.
- Press the Volume Down Button and release it.
- Press and hold the Side Button until the Apple Logo appears.
Don’t press “Volume Up” and “Volume Down” at the same time.
Solution 2: Turn Off Bluetooth Manually
- Open “Settings” app on your iPhone or iPad.
- Tap “Bluetooth” and toggle off it.
- Another way to turn off Bluetooth is open control center by swiping from bottom to up and you get control center. Here you can turn Bluetooth.
Reset Network settings
- Go to Settings->General->Reset.
- Tap “Reset Network Settings”.
- Enter the Passcode if required and tap “Reset Network Settings” in the pop-up box.
This action will delete all Wi-Fi passwords, APN and VPN settings of the iPhone.
After doing this restart your iPhone.
Reset All Settings
- Launch “Settings”->“General”->“Reset”.
- Tap “Reset All Settings”.
- Enter your Restrictions Passcode.
- Tap “Reset All Settings” in the pop-up box.
- Again tap “Reset All Settings” to confirm.
Restore your iPhone in DFU/Recovery Mode
Above given solutions not work for you, you just restore your device via iTunes. This method may solve your problem. Before doing it, backup your iPhone. Because this action may erase all data from your device.
- Connect your iPhone to Mac/Computer via Lightning (USB) cable.
- Open iTunes on PC/Computer.
- Make sure that iTunes is updated to the latest version.
- Then Force Restart your iPhone
- Don’t leave Buttons after seeing the Apple Logo. Keep holding it until Recovery Mode screen (iTunes screen) appears.
- Select “Update” or “Restore” in the pop-up box. If you select “Update”, iTunes will try to reinstall iOS without deleting your data. Wait until the process is finished.
- Then Force Restart your iPhone.
Note: If it doesn’t work out, select “Restore” instead of “Update”.