Some iPhone X users hear buzzing on the speaker when the volume is too loud

When you launch a new model designed from scratch such as is the case with iPhone X, it seems that problems are inevitable. In recent days we have heard how some iPhone X stopped responding when operating in low temperatures and what is worse, a few users have reported vertical green lines on their brand new iPhone screens. Now, several users are experiencing a buzz in the headset, according to Mac Rumors “Some users hear buzzing on the iPhone X headset when the volume is too loud”

A limited but increasing number of iPhone X owners claim to be experiencing so-called “crackling” or “buzzing” sounds emanating from the device’s front-facing earpiece speaker at high or max volumes.

As always with these things, users are voicing their problems in social networks and forums. If there is a recurring theme in recent days is that it has to do with the audio problems of the earpiece speaker of the iPhone X. Apparently, when the volume goes up a lot the sound that comes out of the handset is distorted and creates annoying hums.

If you experience this problem, we recommend booking a Genius Bar appointment with the Apple Support app or contacting Apple via phone, email, online chat, or Twitter to have your iPhone X replaced. Apple is known for providing good customer service, and it is often genuinely helpful in these situations.

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