Thanks for the speedy reply. Nope, it was only ever paired through the Wahoo app and never directly to the phone. I will try deleting and re-installing the Wahoo app to see if that makes a difference.
It’s a personal phone so unlikely that any work-related settings would affect it. That said, I do have my work email and other apps on the phone (MS Office) so it’s possible that they may be doing something weird… but it seems odd that it would only affect specific bluetooth devices.
I have noticed that my Garmin HR monitor also randomly shows up in the Bluetooth list and similarly is missing the (i) button.
When BT on my phone is switched off, everything else behaves as it should. The Kickr, cadence sensor, and HRM all pair via BT with my MacBook and I can work out without any issues. The only problem is that I can’t stream music from my phone through my BT speaker, which isn’t the end of the world.
Just seems weird that the iPhone seems to be able to hijack BT connections and then refuse to relinquish control!