The iPhone 7 is one of the hottest devices in the market today. With its launch earlier this month, the iPhone 7 has become one of the most sought after smartphones by consumers. Many iPhone fans were ecstatic with the great new features of the latest iPhone but it appears that not all of the feedback is good with Apple?s latest flagship smartphone.
While the early reports have the iPhone 7 scoring high in terms of performance and reliability, there have been recent complaints about the latest iPhone. This is due to the hissing sound that Apple’s latest flagship smartphone reportedly makes when it is being used heavily for apps and games.
Engadget reports that some users complain about the hissing noise that the smartphone is making when its processor is working heavily. The same report that the issue does not affect all of the latest iPhones but it is experienced by a select number of users.
This is certainly disconcerting for iPhone fans who expect nothing but the best for their very expensive phones. So far, there is no word yet on what is the cause of such noise. No such issue was reported for the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus so it is a fairly new incident.
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The iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus are equipped with the latest A10 processor as compared to its predecessor?s A9 chipset. The issue could potentially be connected with the new processor although that has not been confirmed by Apple just yet.
While the reports of the unwanted noise is spreading, many iPhone users are probably wondering if there is going to be an iPhone 7 recall that will happen soon. No danger or threat has been associated with the hissing sound, although iPhone owners certainly do not want to experience it on their smartphone.
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If there is indeed going to be a recall on select units, it is likely going to be very tough to get a replacement phone since stocks for the flagship smartphone have flown off the shelves. This is still a developing story so be sure to check back here soon to find out more about the hissing noise problem and what Apple?s answer will be to this issue.