Craving tunes but tired of headphone wires? Pyle Bluetooth speakers offer a wireless solution to pump up the volume. While you are trying to pair those speakers with your iPhone, it would be a breeze. 

Let’s walk through the steps for a seamless connection.

4 Steps to Connect Pyle Bluetooth Speakers to iPhone

Here are the steps you need to follow to establish a proper connection:

Step 1: Turn on Your Pyle Bluetooth Speaker

You have to locate the power button on your speaker and press it to turn it on. Try to refer to your speaker’s manual, if you are still unable to find the power button. Many Pyle speakers also have an LED light which is meant to provide you an indication that they’re powered on.

Step 2: Activate Bluetooth on Your iPhone

To access the Control Center, you have to swipe up from the bottom of your iPhone screen. Look for the Bluetooth icon. If it’s gray, you have to tap it to turn on the Bluetooth. The icon will turn green, indicating Bluetooth is active.

Step 3: Select Your Pyle Bluetooth Speaker

With Bluetooth enabled on your iPhone, you have to navigate to Settings. Tap on “Bluetooth.” Your iPhone will scan for nearby Bluetooth devices. Look for the name of your Pyle speaker in the list. It might be listed as “Pyle” followed by a model number or code.

Step 4: Complete the Pairing

Tap on the name of your Pyle speaker in the Bluetooth settings list. Your iPhone will attempt to pair with the speaker. You might see a pin request on your iPhone screen. If your speaker has a user manual, it might mention a default PIN code. If not, it’s usually 0000 or 1234. Try these common codes first. If those don’t work, consult your speaker’s manual for specific pairing instructions.

Once you enter the correct pin (if required), your iPhone will be paired with your Pyle speaker. You should see a “Connected” notification next to your speaker’s name in the Bluetooth settings.

Tips for a Smooth Connection

Don’t forget to apply these steps for a smooth connection:

Distance Matters

Maintain a close distance between your iPhone and speaker during the initial pairing process. Bluetooth connectivity weakens with distance, so keep them close for a smooth connection.

Power Down and Restart

If you encounter problems, try turning off both your iPhone and speaker, waiting a few seconds, and then powering them back on. This can sometimes refresh the Bluetooth connection.

Forget the Device (Last Resort)

If all else fails, you can try forgetting the Bluetooth connection on your iPhone and re-pairing the speaker. In your iPhone’s Bluetooth settings, tap the small “i” icon next to your speaker’s name, then select “Forget This Device”. Retry the pairing process from step 1.

Troubleshooting Common Issues

It’s time to resolve the common connection issues with quick and easy solutions:

Speaker not Found on Bluetooth Devices

Double-check that your speaker is powered on and in pairing mode (consult your speaker’s manual for specific instructions on entering pairing mode). Ensure Bluetooth is enabled on your iPhone and that other Bluetooth devices aren’t hogging the connection.

Poor Audio Quality

Move your iPhone closer to the speaker for a stronger Bluetooth connection. Reduce any interference from other wireless devices in the vicinity. Check your iPhone’s volume level and ensure it’s turned up.

Issues with App Connectivity

Some Pyle speakers might have companion apps for additional features. If you’re facing issues connecting the app to the speaker, make sure you’re using the correct app for your specific speaker model.


Enjoying music wirelessly with your Pyle Bluetooth speaker and iPhone is easy. By following these steps and troubleshooting tips, you’ll be rocking out in no time. If you have any further questions, consult your speaker’s manual or reach out to Pyle customer support for assistance.