On September 19 2019, Apple released its latest software update, iOS 13.

Most of the time, Apple tablets and cell phones automatically update when new software is available and usually this is a good thing, causing little issue.  However, this latest update is proving to be quite the disaster.

It was intended that the update would bring new features and improve the overall experience for users, but a number of errors and bugs were introduced and this has resulted in Apple’s support forums and Twitter being bombarded with complaints from disgruntled iPhone users who are reporting major problems with their Bluetooth functionality.

The key issue being that Bluetooth permissions are now required, meaning you have to give permission for your Apple product to connect to all external devices. It means not only do you have to have your Bluetooth turned on but you also have to give each of your apps permission to use your cell phone’s or tablets Bluetooth.

Problems have been reported by people wanting to connect their phone to their car stereo and also for connecting their wireless headphones to their Apple device. It has also caused huge issues with iPhones & tablets connecting to hearing aids.

Our patients have been contacting us to report issues believing their hearing aid to be the problem but please allow me to reassure you that the issue is with the software update. If your iPhone and hearing aids are not working as they should, you are not alone. Sadly the new iOS 13 is very buggy which has had a negative effect on the functionality of hearing aids for many users.

This article explains everything you need to know in order to navigate the challenges you may experience when trying to reconnect your hearing aids to your Apple device.

Please click here to learn the three things you can do to reconnect ReSound hearing aids and also how to fix two of the most common issues being reported. 

We sincerely apologize for the current problems, please be assured that ReSound is doing absolutely everything they can as we wait for Apple to carry out the required software changes.

ReSound has set-up a consumer hotline that you can call at 888-735-4237 or you can also email them at [email protected] if you do encounter any problems.