I'm aware there's a fair few threads covering iOS 8 and iPhone 6 Bluetooth issues but what I'm experiencing is different to what others have stated. I managed to get my iPhone 6 to connect to my 2011 Mitsubishi Lancer (factory Bluetooth hands free) after a couple of attempts. The Mitsubishi system isn't the easiest, and the voice controlled menu drives you potty but after a few minutes I had the two connected to each other. Now the problem I'm experiencing is that when you start a call the audio isn't transmitted to the car until the call connects, ie there's no rings until the call connects and the call timer is displayed on the phone screen. If you switch to audio source to either the handset or loudspeaker all is fine but as soon as you select Bluetooth all is silent (or (if on) the radio continues to play) until the call connects. All this leaves your recipient saying "hello" a few times until the audio's been patched through to the car and you're able to respond. Now I'm hoping this is just an iOS 8 bug and patched in the first update. But just wanted to see if anyone else has had the same issue.