I go for long walks with my dog every day, I bought a pair of wireless Beats headphones because it's a good time to listen to music for a few hours a day. However I've noticed that the music keeps cutting out constantly like if you hit a portable cd player and the music skips. The Apple site says to put your phone in your left pocket and to face the antenna outwards, this improves the situation, however it's still not perfect and I cannot believe that is meant to be an acceptable work around to an obvious design flaw. I've been to the Apple store, exchanged the headphones, the new ones did the same thing. I then bought a few different cheaper earphones from Amazon to test out, while they perform better than the Beats (lol) they still have this issue. I decided to then get my phone exchanged, it still has the issue, even the guy's phone in store had the same issue. How is this possible for the most expensive phone on the market to suffer from such poor bluetooth performance? I can stand there all day at work and it's fine, then as soon as I'm outside walking about for a few hours, it all goes to **** and becomes unbearable. I can only guess the movement of the phone is causing it, if I move my head side to side it'll cause the issue too, if it's windy it'll do it more... The only phone I've had this problem on, no other phones I've tested it on suffer from this.