When iOS 8 came out and I was able to receive phone calls on my Macs and iPad, everything worked great. I have a Bluetooth home phone that also receives my iPhone calls when I'm at home so that I can use my home phone handset for both my cell and home phone calls. When they released iOS 8.1, it broke the continuity phone calls when my iPhone was connected to my home phone bluetooth. If I disconnected my bluetooth from my home phone, calls started ringing on my Macs and iPad again. Then iOS 9 came out and all of a sudden my phone calls would ring on my Macs and iPad again, even when my phone was connected to my home phone. Everything worked with 9.0.2 as well. Today I updated to 9.1 and while my phone seems snappier and it seems to have fixed my Battery Usage stats issue (nothing was showing up in the Battery section of settings), phone call continuity is now broken again. When my iPhone is connected to home phone base station, calls won't ring on my Macs or on my iPad, but if I disconnect the bluetooth they work fine. Any ideas on this?