How to Change A Bluetooth Name on Your iPhone
When you have several Bluetooth products connected to your iPhone, such as speakers, headphones, keyboards, mice, and more, it can be confusing knowing what each product is in your Bluetooth settings. Since they are given a generic default name, telling them apart from one another, especially if you have several similar products connected (perhaps, more than one set of headphones or speakers), generic names might just result in connecting to the wrong Bluetooth device or disconnected the wrong Bluetooth Device.
To simplify your life and stay organized, consider naming your Bluetooth devices so that you never have to worry about any confusion again. In this guide, I show you how to rename your Bluetooth products in five quick taps on your iPhone, and I will add in an additional tip that will help make sure your audio levels are accurate to the Bluetooth device type.
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Note: the name of your iPhone when discoverable as a Bluetooth product is dependent on the iPhone's product name, which is changed in your iPhone's general settings. Check out my guide on how to change your iPhone name, to learn how to change that as well.
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