"Not the headset fault"4.5 starson by speyerclan
Pros: I don't have one yet this to advise people of the truth
Cons: I don't have one yet this to advise people of the truth
Summary: To the people complaining of constant disconnection and reconnection issues also background noise or hard for people to understand you, this is not a fault of the headset. I guarantee you have the iPhone 4 yes? I have been through all that rubbish with a faultless plantronics on 3GS, soon as I upgraded to iPhone 4, same issues as you have so took it back for a store credit till the iPhone 5 comes out. Trust me, just google iPhone 4 Bluetooth drop outs, there are hundreds of pages in forum of this issue. So I suggest if your iPhone 4 is fairly new, you take that back and demand a credit till the new one comes out, which should be fine as Apple fixed these issues in the US Verizon iPhone 4 which has a much different internal antenna. Believe me when I say you are barking up the wrong tree to say the issues of distance, noise, drop outs and out person not understanding you has got anything to do with the headset. It also seems to be the consensus that the unbuilt noise cancellation of the iPhone 4 want to hog control and conflicts with the noise cancellation of the headsets this is why a significant amount of complaints are coming from people like myself with the noise canceling Plantronics, also a lot of jawbone customers are complaining as well and the 100% common comment from all of these complaints is that they have had there headsets for a while and ONLY had issue when they switched from 3GS to iPhone 4. Plantronics of mine disconnected and reconnected 12 times an hour or so. Blame Apple!!!!!!!