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Just wondering why using Pandora in my 2015 Subaru Outback works untethered with Android but the iPhone has to be plugged in? Does anyone think there might be a fix for this down the road?? I tried it the other day with an iPhone and it got really hot after a couple hours on the road.
 

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The fix down the road is get a Android phone.:grin2:

Iphones appear to need to be plugged in for most stuff, which is totally screwed up as it is so much more convenient to use Bluetooth and Wi-Fi
 

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Just wondering why using Pandora in my 2015 Subaru Outback works untethered with Android but the iPhone has to be plugged in? Does anyone think there might be a fix for this down the road?? I tried it the other day with an iPhone and it got really hot after a couple hours on the road.
If you wonder what th iPhone will have in 5 years, look at today's Android

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Maybe Subaru needs to get they're act together. My iPhone & Pandora works great on my Toyota Camry SE. No tethering required. STARLINK is pretty lame. Seems like something from the 90's.
Maybe not just an Apple issue. Maybe they need a little more of Toyotas help.....
 

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Maybe Subaru needs to get they're act together. My iPhone & Pandora works great on my Toyota Camry SE. No tethering required. STARLINK is pretty lame. Seems like something from the 90's.
Maybe not just an Apple issue. Maybe they need a little more of Toyotas help.....
Since Toyota and Subaru are basically one and the same..

Its interesting when you pop the hood of a Toyota and see a GIANT SUBARU on the engine cover.

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