Most iPhone users often report that the Bluetooth on their phone automatically turns on even after they’ve turned it off. This situation may arise if you use the Control Center to turn the Bluetooth off. Swiping down from the status bar and using the Control Center to turn Bluetooth off simply disconnects your iPhone from the devices paired to it via Bluetooth. It doesn’t actually turn off Bluetooth entirely. In this article, we show you how to stop Bluetooth from automatically turning on on your iPhone.
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Turn off Bluetooth from Settings
If you want to switch off Bluetooth on your iPhone for good, you need to do it from Settings. Here’s how.
Step 1: Go to Settings and select Bluetooth.
Step 2: Turn the toggle bar next to ‘Bluetooth’ off.
Step 3: Select ‘Turn off’ from the popup box.
Use Siri to turn Bluetooth off
This is probably the quickest way to turn Bluetooth off on your iPhone. You don’t need to navigate to Settings or Control Center to carry out the job. Activate Siri and simply say “Hey Siri, turn Bluetooth off” and Apple’s voice assistant will execute the command instantaneously.
How to turn Bluetooth back on?
Once you’ve turned the Bluetooth off on your iPhone, you won’t be able to connect to your AirPods or any other Bluetooth device. In order to turn Bluetooth back on, simply swipe down from the top of the screen and tap on the Bluetooth icon in the Control Center. Once the icon turns blue, it means that Bluetooth has been turned on. Alternatively, you can go to Settings>Bluetooth and turn the toggle switch on. You can also use Siri to turn the Bluetooth back on. Simply activate the voice assistant and say “Her Siri, turn Bluetooth on”.
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This is how you can stop Bluetooth from automatically turning on on your iPhone. When you switch off Bluetooth from Control Center, it automatically turns on the next day or whenever you restart your device. Turning off Bluetooth from Settings will fix this and keep Bluetooth switched off for good.
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