Report About Some Mistake Of iPhone 7’s Headphone

Less than a week after the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus went on sale, users have been reporting bugs with the Apple handsets.

Two of the most recently reported issues include a problem with the phones’ signal, and a glitch with the Lightning EarPods, which come with the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus and connect to the charging port.

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Some users have reported that the remote control buttons on the wired headphones malfunction after the EarPods have been plugged in for a few minutes, causing songs to sporadically play and pause and Siri to randomly be activated.

The buttons also seize up, according to reports from others, which makes it hard to regain control without unplugging the headphones and waiting.

The problem is caused by a glitch in the software that controls the wired headphones, according to Apple, and will be fixed in an update. There have not yet been reports of the bug affecting third party headphones that connect to the Lightning port. Separately, users have complained that their iPhone 7 and 7 Plus devices struggle to find signal after Airplane Mode is turned off. YouTube user Loay Oweis posted a video that shows an iPhone 7 displaying “no service” for a whole minute after Airplane Mode is disabled. An iPhone 6s next to it regains signal and 4G straight away. Sports Afficianado says on twitter: I think new $AAPL iPhone 7 is a deal-breaker. Awful phone! I cannot be on an airplane & listen to music & charge my phone. I hate Apple!

Apple is investigating the problem, according to Mac Rumours, but has advised its customers to try turning their phones on and off again to see if it regains signal. If not, Apple said users should remove the SIM card before turning the phone on. There have been a few reports of users experiencing the problem on the iPhone 6s as well, which means it could be caused by a glitch in iOS 10. The news of the two bugs follows reports from some users of the two handsets making a mysterious hissing sound.

The problems with the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, while annoying, are as of yet nowhere near as serious as the overheating problem in some Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices, which led to a global recall at the beginning of this month. Apple is expected to release a software fix that should resolve the Airplane Mode and headphone glitches.

It is yet to respond to claims that the new handsets have been making a hissing sound, although this problem does not appear to affect the devices’ performance.

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