Originally Posted by |||2for3|||
The iPhone 4 isn't the issue. But......you do have the Verizon iPhone 4 which has different hardware. I would suggest researching to see if others with the Verizon iPhone 4 are able to pair with Uconnect.
Uh, if it's only the iPhone 4 with the issue, with iPhone 3GS having worked fine, other phones work fine, and even other iterations of the iPhone 4 work, what makes you think it isn't an iPhone 4 problem?
As I said, it most certainly IS an issue with the iPhone. Apple chose to deviate from the standard Bluetooth spec with this unit, and the result is that HandsFree Profiles do not necessarily work with everything. There was a rash of other Bluetooth devices also not working with the iPhone 4 at release. That means it is an issue with the iPhone 4. Besides, given Apple's tendency to do such things with new iterations would make me wait on adopting the iPhone 5 when it finally drops (likely in the fall).
Now, Apple did go telling makers what they did to the thing, leaving it up to the makers to make the necessary changes (how nice of them... make everybody else scramble to fix what you broke rather than do it right in the first place). Updates exist for the MyGig software on the 430N RHB and 730N RER (supposedly, the 730N RHR worked right out of the gate).
I would suspect that an update for the RBZ is in the offing, but it may take a little while; they haven't exactly been rushing these out the door. Expecting a dealer to swap it out under warranty is laughable; you'd need an especially gullible service department to do that. They aren't responsible for whatever phone you have playing nice.