Makes Click Noise When You Raise Your Wrist To Look At Time?

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  1. juwttt macrumors member

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  2. sgw086 macrumors member

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    Hardware issue. Take it to Apple, they'll replace in 3-5 days.
     
  3. juwttt thread starter macrumors member

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    Did this happen to you? If so, do they give you a brand new watch?
     
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    Yes same issue. Received a brand new case.
     
  6. juwttt thread starter macrumors member

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    Thanks for the response. I talked to Apple support via chart and had to call them and then they escalated it to engineering and they said they would give me a call back. Did that happen to you?
     
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    Rick at Metagamers did a video of his leather loop band and said that his makes the click sound, which is the magnets moving around on the band. Check his latest video out to see if it sounds familiar.
     
  8. juwttt thread starter macrumors member

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    I have the classic leather buckle so it's not that. Thanks for the repsonse tho
     
  9. NM08SRT8 macrumors 6502a

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    Gotcha.

    Still might be worth checking out just to see if it's a similar sound.

    But good luck with the search!
     
  10. juwttt thread starter macrumors member

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    Thanks man, others said it was a hardware issue so hopefully Apple will give me a call back soon!
     
  11. zmunkz macrumors 6502a

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    Multiple threads reporting this... If its hardware its widespread. Mine does it slightly but it doesnt bother me, some people have brought them in and i think gotten replacements (although I doubt they could hear it in an apple store). Good luck whatever you decide to do.
     
  12. juwttt thread starter macrumors member

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    Thanks for the input! We will see what happens :)
     
  13. sgw086 macrumors member

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    I originally contacted Apple via phone and they sent a report to engineers who came back 2 days later asking for a video of it. However, I took it to the Genius Bar the day after I contacted phone support and Apple sent it off the next day to the repair depot. They in turn quickly shipped out a brand new case which I received a total of 3 days after turning it in to Apple. No issues with my new case. No click/pop sound.
     

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