I have two i phones, my personal one, which has all of my music. I also have a work iphone, supplied to me by the company I work with. At this time, I have my work phone connected to sync3 through blue tooth, so i can accept work related phone calls. I have no music on this phone, and really do not have enough memory on my work phone for music. Is there a way I can listen to my music on my personal i phone, and control via voice recognition, but still be able to make and receive phone calls through my work i phone. My guess is this is not a possibility.
iTunes Match may allow you to utilize your music library in iTunes from the cloud and utilize on up to 10 devices as long your company does not mind you using iTunes Match. Match cost $24.99 per year and been using it for 4 years.
Depending on the year of Explorer, he may have a feature allowing him to play his iPhone through bluetooth, USB or Apple Car Play on his Explorer ( he indicates he has Sync
3, which would be a newer Ford vehicle).
His question may be legitimate as to how have two iPhones connected to his Explorer at the same time ( one for communications and the other for music). I believe this task of two connected phones at the same time is not possible.
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Last edited by Ohio Snake; 09-03-2018 at 11:36 AM.