iPhone 13 Pro Max issue with a car radio with the Made for iPhone feature

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If the iPhone 8 and iPhone 15 work with the radio but the iPhone 13 does not then the logical conclusion is the iPhone 13 is the issue.

You might try resetting network settings. Settings -> General -> Reset -> Reset Network Settings.
Here’s what a network settings reset deletes:
  • Wi-Fi network names and passwords.
  • Bluetooth device connections and preferences.
  • VPN settings, local history, and preferences.
  • Cellular network preferences such as data management and 4G/5G settings.
A network settings reset will not delete any files, folders, or other media stored on your device. Nor will it delete any web browser data, such as your browsing history or saved bookmarks.

Just an idea.

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Hello Lisa,

Thank you for the suggestion. Resetting the network settings is one of the things I did but it didn't fix the issue.
 
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Well darn.... I am out of suggestions.

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If the phone is working and the radio is working, it must be a setting somewhere, I do find that do hide their settings in some unusual places sometimes.
 

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