To clarify, are you experiencing difficulties connecting your iPhone 14 Pro Max to your Roku device? Can you confirm if the Roku device and the iPhone are connected to the same network? Also, have you tried restarting both your Roku and iPhone to see if that resolves the issue? Could you also confirm if you are trying to connect your new iPhone 14 Pro Max to your Roku via Airplay or through the Roku mobile app?
I have done everything you requested multiple times. I have had no success. My devices do not show up. And if I manually enter the IP address, private listening in the app doesn’t work. It crashes the iOS app.
To clarify my iPhone is just an iPhone 14 pro not a pro max. The original person who posted has a pro max.
I found a fix. You’ll need to go to iCloud and back up your iPhone, then you’ll need to erase then restore your iPhone like new. Here are the steps: (click settings, then general, then scroll to the bottom and select Transfer or reset iPhone, then select Erase All Content and Settings) Make sure you select the option that says ERASE ALL DATA DON’T ERASE ESIM so you won’t have to contact your provider to set up new ESIM. Once the phone reboots to factory settings and you put in your WiFi settings, sign into iCloud, then select the backup you created. Your phone will start to redownload everything on its own. Give it like 30min for everything. THIS WORKED FOR ME!!! Now my iPhone sees all the TV’s on my network and I can do private listening without it crashing.
Can you please specify the issue you are experiencing? Is your Roku device connected to the same wireless network as your Roku device? Try removing the app from your iPhone 14 and go to the App Store and download it again and see if that helps resolve the issue you are seeing.