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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by janeauburn, Dec 12, 2016.
Anyone notice any improvement in speaker phone or call quality with 10.2?
I didn't have bad call quality to begin with. Nothing in the release notes suggests that call quality has been improved, unless you're using Bluetooth in which it says: "Improves Bluetooth performance and connectivity with 3rd party accessories"
Also, you've posted quite a bit lately regarding call quality. But I don't recall you elaborating much on it. Are you using HD voice? Is your cell signal low? Is the person you're calling also using HD voice?
The reason I ask is because of scenarios like this: My mom used to have an iPhone 5s on Verizon calling somebody who has an iPhone 6s on Sprint and she told me that the call quality was horrible. However, she has updated to an iPhone 7 and now when she calls that same person she says the call quality is much improved to the point she can actually understand what is being said as this person has a habit of mumbling.
I haven't had a call since I updated but it was great prior to 10.2
which phone are you using??
I've always liked the call quality.
This should be moved here:
Simplest way is to use the "Report" feature and mention that in the details of the report.
No, its in your head
Audio quality on phone calls was pretty good on my iPhone 6+ on iOS 10.0.1. It's still pretty good on my iPhone 7+ on iOS 10.1-10.2.
More loud and clear
This issue was widespread:
Not sure whether 10.2 fixes it.
A forum post does not indicate a widespread issue.
yes! So much so that I had to search the internet to see if anyone else was experiencing this. It sounds so much clearer now. Have a nice day and please excuse the internet if it's rude to you.
A bit snappier