JBL is among the best companies when you are talking about good quality speakers and audio products. Not just that, their audio products also use advanced connection protocols such as JBL’s latest PartyBoost which allows you to connect multiple speakers together and place them within up to 100 feet. However, today, we are paying more attention to how to connect JBL speakers to iPhone. If you just gotten your hands on the speakers, we are going to talk about how you can pair and connect them.
How to Connect JBL Speakers to iPhone
The process of connecting JBL speakers to iPhone is not something that requires a lot of thought process, but still, if you have a new pair of speakers, things can be confusing. We are going to sort this out.
1. Putting the Speaker in Pairing Mode
The first step is going to be the pairing process. Now JBL and Apple have never been in the favor of a 3.5mm jack so your only option to pair them together is via Bluetooth. Considering how all modern JBL speakers use Bluetooth as a connection protocol, the pairing is very easy.
Press and hold the power button on your JBL speaker until it turns on, a white or blue light will appear on the power button followed by an audio prompt.
Now go ahead and press the Bluetooth button for 2-3 seconds, this will put your speaker in pairing mode and this is indicated by blinking blue light.
2. Connecting JBL Speaker to iPhone
Now that you are done putting the speaker in pairing mode, the next step is to connect it to your iPhone. To do that, go to Settings on your iPhone and tap on Bluetooth. Make sure that it is turned on.
Now, go to the Other Devices section and tap on the speaker name, and wait for a few seconds. You will hear a prompt and your iPhone will be paired to your JBL speaker. You can now go ahead and play your favorite tracks on your JBL speakers.
For beginners, the idea of connecting JBL speakers to iPhone might be a complicated one but if you look closely, the process is a lot simpler than one might imagine. All you have to do is be sure that you are following the guide properly, and you are all good to go.
It is not at all difficult and should get your phone and music up and ready in a matter of few seconds.
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