Prior to the last IOS 9 update, I had no problems with several things when pairing my IPhone 6 with my Brailliant 32 BI display. One issue I probably resolved by bringing the display up to the current firmware update. But the problems did not go away completely. I discovered that when attempting to use either the email app or the message app, rather than the display being able to focus on the field I directed it to (in spite of the presence of the cursor on the display that usually means it is focused on where I wanted it to be), it was actually focused on the on-screen keyboard. Remember, in the braille settings within voiceover settings, you can turn the on screen keyboard on and off. Prior to the last IOS update, that was not an issue at all. When I discovered that the braille display's focus got stuck on the on-screen keyboard, I went to settings and turned that feature off within the braille settings. After that, I was more successful when using the display either in the email or message app. However, I still noticed that when typing in the to field in either email or the message app, I was going to have to go back and turn on the on-screen keyboard and use that keyboard to enter the desired destination in the to field of either email or the message app. I also noticed that after turning off the on-screen keyboard option within the braille settings, and then began to successfully enter text into the fields that would work with the display in email or messages, voice over would announce that quick nav was off. One more thing. When the on screen keyboard was turned on, there was no speech from voiceover at times as I entered text from the display. Further, no text would appear on the screen of my IPhone. Has anyone else seen this issue with either bhe brailliant or any other display? Thanks, and I look forward to feedback.