If you have a pair of wireless earpieces, you can always get rid the hassle of carrying them around and having to plug them in.

But if you’ve already got an iPhone 6 or an iPhone 7, you might be looking to upgrade your wireless headset to a fixed wireless earpiece.

The good news is, you don’t have to shell out thousands of dollars for a new wireless headset.

While you can’t upgrade to a new pair of earbud earphones, you could try replacing a wireless ear piece with a fixed one.

That’s because most wireless ear headsets come with a Bluetooth connection, which is the same technology used by your iPhone, Android phone, or other wireless devices to connect to your mobile phone.

So if you have an iPhone or Android phone with Bluetooth connectivity, you should be able to use your iPhone with a headset like the one we’re reviewing today.

What to know before you get your fixHow to fix your wireless headphonesThe first thing you’ll need is to install a Bluetooth headset onto your iPhone or your Android phone.

We’re using an iPhone, so you’ll have to download and install the headset first.

Once you’ve got the headset installed, you’ll want to plug it into the phone.

We recommend that you plug it directly into the headset jack.

That way, you won’t have a need to connect your iPhone to the headphones jack.

If you’re still using an older Bluetooth headset, you may need to use the Apple Device Adapter (AD) to connect the phone to your iPhone.

Next, you need to download the Bluetooth headset software, which you can download for free from the Apple website.

You’ll also need to update your iPhone’s firmware to the latest version to connect.

You can do that by going to Settings > General > Update.

After updating your iPhone firmware, you’re going to want to connect it to the Apple USB-C port on your iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, or iPhone 7.

If you already have an older wireless ear headset, but you’re new to iOS, you have to make sure you’ve connected it to your phone before you can use it.

You don’t need to wait until you’re in the Apple Store to download Bluetooth headphones and earbuddy software.

Now that you have the latest Bluetooth headset and software installed, it’s time to get it working with your iPhone and the headphones.

Connecting your iPhoneThe first step to using your Bluetooth headphones is to connect them to your Apple device.

You may need a little more setup to get your headphones working on your older Bluetooth headsets, but once you do, you shouldn’t have any issues.

To connect your Bluetooth earbuddies to your iPhones, follow these steps:1.

Tap Settings > Bluetooth > Bluetooth pairing.

You will see the pairing screen, which lets you select whether you want to use a Bluetooth earpiece or a Bluetooth headphones connection.2.

Tap the Bluetooth pairing button on the left side of the screen, and then tap on Bluetooth earpieces.3.

You should see a notification asking you to confirm pairing.

If you don.t see the confirmation window, tap on OK to continue.4.

Once paired, tap your headphones icon to start listening.5.

When you’re ready to turn your headphones on, press the Bluetooth earphone button to connect and pair.

How to get used to your wireless headsetsThe next step is to make your Bluetooth headset listen for your music.

To do that, you first need to enable Bluetooth audio in the Settings app.

Headphones will listen for audio calls and incoming calls, and you can set your device to only listen to music that you’re listening to on your Bluetooth headsets.

Open the Settings menu and then click Bluetooth.

You’re going now to see a list of your Bluetooth device’s audio devices, which will be listed as Bluetooth Audio Devices.7.

Click on the Bluetooth Audio Device name in the list.8.

You need to add the Bluetooth audio device name to your device settings.

The device name must be exactly one letter long, with the first letter in lower case and the last in uppercase.9.

When finished, click on the + sign to add your device’s name to the list of devices that will be paired.10.

When done, tap the Done button.

You’ll need to do this for every Bluetooth headset you own, but the steps above are still helpful.