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So I'm being forced to upgrade to the iFone 7 at work. ( I say forced as there was nothing wrong with my 6s, its just the end of our contract)

 

When the 7 first came out there were reports of BT being very flaky and dropping every few minutes/seconds and other issues.

 

Can any one report that this is or is NOT still the case?

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My new job gave me the iPhone 7 and my iPhone 6s went to my wife.

 

I've used the 6s and currently the 7 without issues in my 2017 Sport.

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There are no known issues, I believe the only issues used to come when the phoned had software updates, then they'd be corrected. But no issues now.

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I switched from an iPhone SE to an iPhone 7 because my SE continued to have connection problems with both MFT and Sync 3. In the past 3 months I have not had an unintentional Bluetooth disconnect.

 

Mind you I'm jailbroken on iOS 10.1.1 so YMMV, but I think you'll be okay.

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My iPhone 7 works great with my cordless headphones. However, it sounds terrible in my 2016 Edge with the Sony sound system. That problem is on Sony, not the phone. I tried it in a 2018 Honda CRV, and it sounded perfect.

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My iPhone 7 works great with my cordless headphones. However, it sounds terrible in my 2016 Edge with the Sony sound system. That problem is on Sony, not the phone. I tried it in a 2018 Honda CRV, and it sounded perfect.

As mentioned in your other posts on the same subject, Sounds like you have a defective product which should still be under warranty, so return the vehicle as you plan, or get it repaired under warranty - by no means is what you describe the norm.

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