Currently Being ModeratedMar 4, 2013 10:00 AM (in response to sandrafromfarmville)
Bluetooth is a standard, but it also has multiple supported profiles. It also comes in a series of continuously updated versions or releases. Like any electronics standard (USB, SATA, wifi 802.11/a/b/g/n, EDGE, 3G LTE, ...) it continually changes as technology progresses.
Your iPhone 5 supports Bluetooth version 4.0. While it is largely backwards compatible with older BT releases, it is always possible that a much older bluetooth device (say one with BT 1 or 2) may have some incompatability with newer BT devices.
Also, some headsets only pair with one device, and need to be reset to discoverable mode to pair with a new device. Did you check the motorola documentation for yours to be sure you forced it back into pairing or discoverable mode before trying to connect to the iPhone 5?
P.S. Bluetooth is also not secret - all the information you could ever want (and likely more then you ever will) is readily available