I just got my first iPhone from Verizon last week. I paired up my old bluetooth headset (Jawbone) and it seemed to work fine, just like it did from my Blackberry. I usually keep my headset off and in my pocket. When I get a call, I turn the headset on, it connects and answers the phone automatically. This worked fine for a day. The next morning I got a call so I turned on the headset and it did not connect. I tried a few times but it would not work. The indicator on the iPhone did not light up. I deleted the pairing and re-paired and then it worked fine the rest of the day. Next morning, same problem. This time I went into Settings and bluetooth on the iPhone and just turned off the phone's bluetooth. After it was off, I turned it back on. At that point the headset connected. And kept working the rest of the day. Every time I turned the headset on it connected. Next morning, same problem, same solution. I paired my old headset (Motorola 710) to test it out. I also got a brand new headset (my wife's Motorola 720, fresh out of the box). Same exact thing. In the morning, none of the 3 will connect. Turn off bluetooth, turn it back on, all 3 will connect. Does this seem like a hardware problem with the phone? Is this a known issue? The two other people at my work who got iPhones are reporting no problems.