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14 November 2017, 01:10 | Hattie Nash
Two of the new iPhones will be the biggest handsets Apple have ever produced, crossing more than 6-inches and following the edge-to-edge design we saw in the iPhone X.
Now, some users are reporting that they are hearing the "Crackling" or "Buzzing" sound from the iPhone X's earpiece at high volume.
For reference, the current iPhone X has a 5.8-inch OLED display, whereas the iPhone 8 Plus has a display size of 5.5 inches.
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This is not the only problem to plague the iPhone X. Earlier this month the auto correct issue emerged when people updated their phones to version 11.1 of the iOS operating system.
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Apple said: "We are aware of instances where the iPhone X screen will become temporarily unresponsive to touch after a rapid change to a cold environment".
One user says a little cracking is heard whenever the volume is at max levels.
Apple's iPhone X comes with a front-facing double speaker which combines with the traditional speakers at the bottom of the device to produce stereo sound. "EXCEPT the Horrendous sound Quality/Speaker issues - Crackling/Sound with WAY too much Treble". If it is a hardware issue, like the green line issue, it's good to know that Apple has been replacing the affected iPhone X units free of cost.
Meanwhile, Apple has acknowledged that the issue is prevalent on a "small scale" - and has been offering replacement iPhone X handsets to those who've contacted Apple Support with their complaints.
However, according to Kuo, Apple is also planning to roll out edge-to-edge displays beyond the iPhone X next year.
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