iOS 9 Battery Widget and Bluetooth Headphones

Discussion in 'iOS 9' started by hsouris, Oct 6, 2015.

  1. hsouris macrumors member

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    Anyone using a bluetooth headset and the new battery widget in iOS 9?

    I'm using Jabra Rox and I've got a problem where the battery percentage displayed on the widget doesn't match the actual battery of the device.

    Now, the Jabra only has a 'battery full/low' indication so I can't exactly pinpoint how off the widget is, but around 40% the headphones turn off. When Jabra is full the widget says 100% for a while, then 90%, then drops to 50% (haven't seen any percentage inbetween these) then 40% and then Jabra turns off.

    Anyone else experiencing such huge differences in the widget?

    I've tried unpairing/pairing but didn't work. I e-mailed Jabra but they didn't seem to understand the problem and said I should contact Apple instead.
     
  2. firewire9000 macrumors regular

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    I have a cheap bluetooth 2.1 headphones and battery widget works well. I have no battery indicator like a led or something like this but the other day widget says level is 10 % and a few minutes later it turns off.

    Try with another iPhone to check if your iPhone fails or are the headphones.

    Sorry for my bad english.
     
  3. adamhenry macrumors 65816

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    That widget is so small, I have no idea what it is indicating unless I put on my glasses.
     

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