iPhone 4S Users Complain Of Audio Bugs While Making Calls

News | Tuesday November 8 2011 8:03 AM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , , , ,

. The
, the iPhone 4S had
outages. Now it seems a number of iPhone 4S users are facing an audio issue where they can not hear the person on the other end of the phone.
issue, a
on Apple ‘s website has been opened with 36 pages of comments from users. One user on the forum, who initiated the thread says:
Picked up a Verizon iPhone 4S – 32GB and on about 1 in 10 calls I get no outbound audio when dialing.  Call shows the timer counting as if the call is progressing but absolutely no ring back and cannot hear the party on the other end when they answer. 
I am having the same issue with an AT&T 32G 4s, hitting the speaker button only works sometimes. It also has happened to me when using the Apple provided headphones/microphone.
The problem is intermittent as the comments say. Certain users in UK and Australia are also affected by the issue.
Whether the problem is a hardware issue, or a software bug is yet to be known. The newly released 
 doesn’t seem to solve the problem. Some users suggest that the problem is related to Bluetooth headsets, while others could reproduce the bug without even switching on Bluetooth.
points out, a Facebook group named ”
” has also been created, suggesting the scale of the bug. Interestingly, another
 plagues a subset of iPhone 4S users.
Apple has so far remained silent on the issue. If the problem is indeed a software issue, we expect Apple to resolve it when it releases 
 to public.

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