Music starts automatically when headphones are plugged.
When you make or receive a call on your iPhone, you're forced to use the built-in ear receiver at the top of the phone to hear anything—unless you're already connected to a Bluetooth device. If you don't have Bluetooth in your car, or prefer to just use the speaker instead, having to manually switch to speaker mode can get annoying real fast.
I have an iPhone 5 with the last version of iOS, 10.3.2. When I plug in the headphones into the jack, the music application starts automatically on the screen block, and starting to play music. I have no open application in the background when this happens.
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Speakers still play when headphones plugged in Jump to solution.. I hear the audio thru the headphones but it is still playing audio thru the laptop speakers. Quite annoying to room mates. Every laptop I have had before would automatically disable speakers when headphones in use, either one or the other played never both.
Anytime you play audio via your iPhone or iPad, you have a handful of options for how to hear that audio, based on whether you want privacy or if you want to share the audio with others who are nearby. In this article, Jason R. Rich explains your options for using wireless speakers with an iOS mobile device.
You can still play audio, but your iPhone mutes all notifications. Incoming calls, however, will still stop music playback; your phone won't ring but the music will stop until the call goes to.