Product Recall For Phone 7; Device Produces Hissing Sound When Used Heavily?

By Jennifer R. Irvin , Updated Sep 30, 2016 11:51 PM EDT

There is no denying that the iPhone 7 is the talk of the town in the smartphone industry today. Launched earlier this month, the device has become the most in demand smartphone in the market. A lot of iPhone enthusiasts were excited to experience the new, amazing features of the most raved, flagship phone.of iPhone. However, just like any other devices, it seems that not all feedback from the users is positive.

While the iPhone 7 scored high in some reports when it comes to performance and reliability, there have been also a number of criticism and complaints about the unit. Hissing noise is one of them. Reports say that the iPhone 7 produces such sound when it is used heavily, most especially for games and apps.

According to Engadget, some of the iPhone 7 users complain about the hissing sound, which is usually noticed when the the device's processor is working heavily. This concern does not really affect all of the latest iPhone units. However, it is experienced by a couple of the iPhone 7 users.

Meanwhile, the iPhone 7 is still considered as a foundation for the next iPhone, according to Gizmodo. It boasts dual cameras, virtual home button, 3D touch, Taptic engine, and a whole lot of mind-blowing features.

The 4.7-inch iPhone 7 is priced at $1079, which is undeniably not cheap. However, for some users, the price is just reasonable considering the quad-core 64-bit processor it houses. This gives users a more rewarding smartphone experience as it has been made way more powerful than its predecessors.

Battery life is also one of the big plus about this unit. It packs 1960mAh battery, which is 15% larger the 6s's 1715mAh. Therefore, much longer battery life is expected. Despite of the hissing noise issue about the iPhone 7, the unit still remains the most refined iPhone ever


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