I have commented on this several times without much response. Basically I pair the Pebble to my iPhone5 and i also pair my car to my iPhone5. My car has Bluetooth capability and supports placing calls, receiving calls, and two-way audio via Bluetooth on an established call. If the Pebble is NOT connected to my iPhone5 and the car is connected to my iPhone5, the car Bluetooth sound quality is excellent (it always was, absolutely no complaints). However when I connect the Pebble and the car simultaneously to my iPhone5, the car Bluetooth can still place calls and receive calls, however the audio is horrible. Basically it is useless. Now, if i must make a choice, the car Bluetooth is much more important than the Pebble Bluetooth since phone audio is much more important than the benefits of Pebble.
So, I believe there is an issue which hopefully will be reviewed by the Pebble engineering team. I truly am a huge supporter of Pebble but unfortunately the Pebble must sit in a drawer turned off until this issue is resolved.
Is anyone else seeing similar issue? Is it only me? Does anyone else require Bluetooth audio within their car (especially since using a phone in your car is illegal without hands-free support)?
I have heard some responses that this completely has to do with my iPhone5. Well, to that i say hogwash. I will not get rid of my iPhone5 simply because i got a Pebble (rather the Pebble should work with the iPhone5). I also will not give up Bluetooth audio in my car simply because i got a Pebble. I welcome all comments