How to connect JBL speakers to iPhone?
Follow the step-by-step instructions below to connect your iPhone to a JBL speaker without any hassle
Quick Answer: To connect JBL speakers to an iPhone, you can use Bluetooth or a wired connection. With Bluetooth turned on the JBL speaker and iPhone, wait for your JBL speakers to appear on your iPhone’s list of available devices. Then tap on the JBL speaker’s name to connect to your iPhone.
Like most Apple users, you probably regularly use your iPhone to listen to music.
But what if you could take that listening experience to a new level by connecting your iPhone to a high-quality JBL speaker?
Not only would the sound be louder and more immersive, but it would also be richer and more nuanced.
You can ask Siri to play your favorite song, turn up the volume, or skip to the next track. Now that you know the benefits of connecting your iPhone to a JBL speaker, let’s get down to the basics of how to do it.
Pairing a JBL speaker with an iPhone
Likewise, most JBL speakers have Bluetooth as the only option for connectivity.
Though useful for firmware updates and setting up different modes in a multi-speaker setup, the app isn’t necessary to pair JBL speakers with iPhones and, in general, any other device.
How to easily connect your JBL speaker to iPhone via Bluetooth: Step-by-step
How to pair JBL speakers to iPhone
Make sure that both devices are close to each other.
Press the ‘power button‘ once to turn on the JBL Flip 4. A solid white light will appear on the ‘power icon’ immediately, followed by an audio cue.
Press the ‘Bluetooth Button’ for 2-3 seconds to enter pairing mode, indicated by a blinking blue light.
On your iPhone, go to Settings, tap on ‘Bluetooth,’ and toggle on the switch.
In the ‘Other Devices’ section, the speaker’s name will appear as ‘JBL Flip 4’. Tap on the name and wait for a few seconds.
The two devices will now pair, and you can listen to music on your JBL speakers using your iPhone.
Connecting JBL speakers to iPhone via an AUX cable
You can connect your iPhone to the JBL speaker with a 3.5mm audio cable if you want a wired connection.
Just plug one end of the cable into the iPhone’s headphone jack adapter and the other end into the JBL speaker aux input.
If none of these steps aren’t helping you pair your JBL speaker to your iPhone, there may be a problem. Here are some troubleshooting questions in the FAQ section below.
Why can’t I connect my JBL speaker to my iPhone?
If you recently connected your speaker to a device, it will automatically connect to that device when you turn it on. A stable blue light is an indicator of this.
You will have to unpair your JBL speaker first or override the previous pairing by pressing the Bluetooth button for almost 3-5 seconds.
The speaker will now enter pairing mode, and you can easily connect it to the iPhone.
If those steps don’t work, it may be because your JBL speaker is out of range or has a low battery. And if this isn’t the case, the only option you have left is to reset the speaker to its factory settings.
Is JBL compatible with the iPhone?
Yes, your JBL Bluetooth speaker is compatible with the iPhone. Apart from playing music, you can make calls and summon Siri with most JBL speakers.
How can I connect multiple JBL portable speakers to my iPhone?
You will start by connecting the primary JBL speaker with the iPhone.
Next, you will have to press the connect button on both the primary and secondary JBL speakers together. You can build a chain of almost 100 speakers this way.
Connecting JBL speakers to iPhone is pretty straightforward
This post provides an easy step-by-step guide on connecting your JBL speakers to your iPhone. Regardless of which model you choose, the steps remain the same.
If everything doesn’t go according to plan the first time around, revisit our troubleshooting steps in the FAQ section above.
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