How to connect iPhone X to older car without Bluetooth

Posted by Gizmo Guy on 5th Jan 2018

How to connect iPhone X to Older car without Bluetooth

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How to connect iPhone X to older car without Bluetooth with Gizmo Guy Gadget!

Connecting Apple’s newest and most innovative smartphone, the iPhone X, to a pre-2010 model car radio is a perfect while Apple is responsible for technology like the personal computer, touch-screen smartphone (in a user-friendly build) and download app marketplace, Mercedes-Benz has been behind innovations like the supercharged engine, honeycomb radiator and ATTENTION ASSIST®.

Some car has auxiliary input, either 3.5mm or USB. You have to install the auxiliary connection. If it’s USB, it’s easy enough to plug one of the auxiliary cable ends into your car’s auxiliary input jack and the other into your iPhone 7’s the charging interface. If it’s a 3.5mm input, you’ll need a 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable and the Lightning to 3.5mm adapter. This is a good way of connecting your iPhone 7 to car, as it ensures no quality is lost.

Apple CarPlay is designed expressly for connecting your iPhone X to your car, so it’s no surprise that it’s by far the best choice amongst the methods we’ll discuss. As well as playing your music on the car stereo, you’ll be able to answer calls, check Apple Maps and your Messages. Some latest cars come with CarPlay options, and you can also get it on some car stereos.

No Bluetooth? No Problem! This gadget provides an EASY way to pair your new headphone-less iPhone X to Your Car Radio with No Bluetooth.

Connect New iPhone Technology thru your car’s FACTORY radio and add streaming music, talk handsfree and GPS Navigation INSTANTLY without a new radio or BLUETOOTH and NO CABLE MESS.

You can listen to your iPhone X through FM radio. Gizmo Guy Gadget which produces a short-range FM broadcast that you can tune into on your car stereo. There are different varieties available, but you’ll want one that connects to your iPhoneX via Bluetooth as 3.5mm is a bit annoying due to the extra adapter that you’ll need and the lack of concurrent charging. Remember to disconnect your car’s battery when uninstalling or installing the adapters to your car’s factory radio to ensure everyone’s safety. Working with connecting and plugging in cables while your car battery is running puts you at risk for electric shocks and electrical shorts.

Here are 5 simple steps to get your music from your iPhone X thru your older car radio.

Step 1: Initiate paring on your car's stereo. Start the Gizmo Guy Gadget pairing process on your car's stereo. ... Step 2: Set your car radio preset to 87.9 FM Step 3: Hit " Play " on the APP ( Pandora, iHeartRadio, Spotify, Youtube, audible and etc ) Step 4: Set your volume on the car radio Step 5: Enjoy your music.

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