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msackey

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Can an Apple Watch, specifically an Ultra, connect to 3 or more Bluetooth devices at once? For instance, AirPods, Polar HRM, and Stryd pod? That would be 3 connections although if you count the iPhone when it is in the vicinity, that would be 4.

I was reading elsewhere that there may be a limit of only 2. Is that true?
 

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Can an Apple Watch, specifically an Ultra, connect to 3 or more Bluetooth devices at once? For instance, AirPods, Polar HRM, and Stryd pod? That would be 3 connections although if you count the iPhone when it is in the vicinity, that would be 4.

I was reading elsewhere that there may be a limit of only 2. Is that true?
contact Apple support?
 

NME42

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I was reading elsewhere that there may be a limit of only 2. Is that true?

Not sure what the source of this is.

I was running a lot of times with three devices: Polar H10/Verity Sense, Stryd, Aftershokz Aeropex headphones.
 
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msackey

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Not sure what the source of this is.

I was running a lot of times with three devices: Polar H10/Verity Sense, Stryd, Aftershokz Aeropex headphones.

Excellent!! The source of the information was from the Stryd group on Facebook.
 

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Excellent!! The source of the information was from the Stryd group on Facebook.

Ok. Definitely proven wrong. Maybe someone is mixing some information or has old experiences.
Was running since AW5 with three BT devices.
 
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