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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by iPhone7ate9, Sep 23, 2014.
how is it?
It's turned on by default, so I don't know how it is without it
I think almost if not everyone uses it. I don't see any scenario where there is a benefit to it being off.
It's been on by default since the iPhone 5 debuted and it works great on calls in noisy areas.
For individuals that caused dizziness from the noise canceling usually in a car.
Has anyone actually experienced this? Also, you mean people who are using the phone in the car? Or people who get car sick? Your wording is confusing to me.
This issue was definitely far more wide spread that the bending issues for the iPhone 5 launch. Only happens when holding phone up to ear and in an enclosed environment. Somehow the noise canceling signals caused vertigo for some. Also occurred when iOS 7 was released with the motion backgrounds.