Mac users report Bluetooth lag & connection issues after updating to OS X Yosemite

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  • Reply 81 of 85

    I have a iMac running 10.10.1 and have constant bluetooth disconnects after a period of sleep.   Apple phone help had me reset SMU, PRAM, delete Bluetooth plist....blah, blah blah.   Always reconnects then disconnects after sleep.  Brought it to the Genius Bar...no issue found.  Asked to bring it back for a deeper analysis.  Told the OS would need to be reinstalled.   BLAH BLAH BLAH   

    Nonsense.  Yosemite is a problem and Apple won't own it.  Fortunately, I can wok around it.

    Still, Apple should issue a free USB keyboard or a reliable firmware update.    

  • Reply 82 of 85
    After updating, Mac will not find Bluetooth mouse!
  • Reply 83 of 85
    My Mac knows a mouse connected previous to upgrade because when I go to Bluetooth, it says my mouse is not connected. Exactly. That's the problem. Tried new batteries, turning blue tooth as well as the Apple mouse on and off. Still won't find the mouse.
  • Reply 84 of 85

    I have an iMac and have recently updated to El Capitan. Prior to that I updated to Yosemite and started to experience "stuttering"  with the bluetooth connection between the imac and (bluetooth) logitech speaker system. I also have an iphone 5c which the imac wont communicate with on air drop missions (although it used to) and yet my wife's iPad air communicates perfectly well with the iphone (using airdrop) but not with my iMac. Also the logitech speakers work well with my iphone even in the next room. So it seems that the bluetooth connection on the imac is suspect. I would be grateful for any pointers or even reassurance that the apple team is on to these issues in later updates. Cheers

  • Reply 85 of 85
    I have an iMac and have recently updated to El Capitan. Prior to that I updated to Yosemite and started to experience "stuttering"  with the bluetooth connection between the imac and (bluetooth) logitech speaker system. I also have an iphone 5c which the imac wont communicate with on air drop missions (although it used to) and yet my wife's iPad air communicates perfectly well with the iphone (using airdrop) but not with my iMac. Also the logitech speakers work well with my iphone even in the next room. So it seems that the bluetooth connection on the imac is suspect. I would be grateful for any pointers or even reassurance that the apple team is on to these issues in later updates. Cheers

    Is it a 2010 iMac?
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