As iPhones grow more ubiquitous, people want to make the most of the functionality by connecting them to their car stereos and listening to their music through the speakers. When the iPhone and iPod were first released, stock car stereos were not equipped to receive input from them. Since that time, several options have become available that enable you to play your iPhone's digital music through your car speakers. Three of the most common are through a dedicated iPhone connection, an auxiliary input jack and over an FM frequency. This is usually a USB connector and is located on or near the dashboard or center console. Many cars today have the option of being equipped with an iPod or digital music player connection.
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If you can't connect your iPhone 6 to your car via Bluetooth, you're not alone. A bug is keeping many folks from establishing a connection, according to widespread complaints on Apple's online forums. Some people have set up specialized discussion boards on the subject and others have taken to Twitter to vent their frustration. They say Bluetooth connections are either not working at all, or only partially. Some iPhone 6 owners say they can play music in their cars but not receive or send phone calls. Related: iPhone 6 or 6 Plus?
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Available on select cars, CarPlay is a smarter, safer way to use your iPhone in the car. If your car supports wireless CarPlay, press and hold the Voice Control button on your steering wheel to set up CarPlay. Or make sure that your car is in wireless or Bluetooth pairing mode.