Jan 15, 2021
I am having the exact same issue too.
iPhone X and Dell XPS13
Would appreciate some response from Bose to acknowledge the issue and take ownership of resolving it.
It seems a perfectly reasonable use case for this device and it is clearly not functioning as designed imho.
Jan 15, 2021
okay I think I know what is happening here but bit of background would be useful. My QC 35 was working perfectly fine on my iPhone till I hooked it up to my iPad also and then the issues that you describe started happening.
None of the reset methods described by the desk here, re-pairing, cleaning out worked for me. Spent a frustrating full day on this. By chance I happened to also notice that after re-pairing, the Google Assistant app wouldn’t reconnect to the headphones. Quickly realized that Google Assistant creates another Bluetooth connection for the headphones with the prefix LE-xxxx. I deleted this, reset the headphones and connected again, and voila!, no drops after that.
Sep 27, 2020
Jan 28, 2021
rarely post on anything but thanks for Thai it’s my second pair and had the same issue was gutted. Seems to be good now. Bose take note this is obviously an issue and this seems to be the culprit !
Feb 2, 2021
Feb 19, 2021
I had the same problem with an iPhone 12 Pro Max and the original Bose QC35, at some point it started disconnecting from the iPhone very frequently, with no apparent reason, and what solved the problema for me was the following:
Hope this helps anyone, as this has been annoying me for several weeks until now.