How to Prioritize Bluetooth Connections on iPhone

If you own an iPhone 11, 11 Pro, or 11 Pro max, you may have experienced some Bluetooth connectivity issues. Sometimes, turning on airplane mode or turning data on and off may not fix the problem. In this article, we’ll share with you some tips that have helped improve Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and cell connections on iOS devices.

First, head over to Privacy, then Location Services, and scroll down to System Services. If you’re having network connection issues, turning off the Cell Network Search for about 5 to 10 seconds may help. This will force your iPhone to search for any networks around you to reconnect and give you the best possible connection.

If you’re experiencing Bluetooth issues or any other networking problem, there’s another option under System Services called Networking and Wireless. Turning this off may affect Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and the Ultra-Wideband performance. Turn it off momentarily for about 5 to 10 seconds, and once you’re done, click it back on. This has helped improve Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections on iPhone 11 models.

By trying these tips, you may experience an overall improvement in network connection, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi on your iOS device. These options have been tested and proven to work on iOS 13.5 by many users.

So, next time you’re having networking issues, give these tips a try and let us know if they work for you.