Monday, November 13, 2017

The iPhone X has presented distortion in the headphones


Just a few days ago we learned of a hardware problem that was beginning to affect the screen of some iPhone X, and according to how 9to5mac has shared , this will not be the only one. In a new number of comments that have been seen Twitter and Reddit several users claim that they present a distortion in the handset of their brand new mobile.
Specifically, it is a buzz that is perceived when the iPhone X speaker is activated; according to some users, this problem only occurs when they put the loudspeaker to the maximum, while others say that barely 50% of the volume is sufficient to perceive the problem.

First the screen, now the headphones.

Although at the moment the exact number of users who have reported the situation is unknown, if you know, according to what is shared on social networks, that mobile phones have been replaced without problems in Apple's physical stores. But, in some cases the problem persists, so it is sure that it is a software problem that Apple will have to solve soon.

Where have we heard this before?

A similar failure was recorded a couple of weeks ago in the first available units of the iPhone 8. The phone suffered from a crepitus problem of the handset, which ** Apple solved the problem of the iPhone 8 through a software update. **
In general, there is a number of users who have some defect in their iPhone. Luckily, Apple guarantees the attention and replacement of units to their customers that makes them have a backup after such an investment.
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