Static noise from iPhone 5 speaker

Discussion in 'iPhone Tips, Help and Troubleshooting' started by jafingi, Sep 2, 2014.

  1. jafingi macrumors 65816

    jafingi

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    Hey guys

    I've noticed a problem with my iPhone 5, where there is static noise coming from the bottom speaker. I can hear it when placing my ear near the speaker.

    Anyone else noticed it?

    Tried to do a hard reboot, but noise comes back after about 30 seconds.

    Also tried restoring (clean install - not from backup) but the problem comes back after I've used a few apps...

    Should I go to the store to get it replaced? Or is this normal?
     
  2. adenoxford macrumors newbie

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    I have noticed exactly the same problem with my iphone 5 and my partners 5c... Always a very quiet static sound coming from the loudspeaker when the iphone is on (and not in sleep). Did you figure out a solution to this?
     
  3. rigormortis, Dec 17, 2014
    Last edited: Dec 17, 2014

    rigormortis macrumors 68000

    rigormortis

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    i think this means that the iPhone is bad and it needs to be replaced.

    please check in with a genius and report back here with his findings

    iphone 5 out of warranty repair costs
    screen $129
    battery $79
    anything else $269
    dust or lint $0

    used iPhone from eBay / swappa ( functional and not bricked) from my shopping expierence
    $180 to $280 depending on capacity


    if the genius says you need a new phone, one other possibility besides a new 6, and a new 5s
    would be a used 5C

    their is a lot of iPhone 5c haters out there. but as long as you get a 5c with 16 or 32 gb of ram
    its actually a better phone then the iPhone 5 , because it has the 5s cell phone radio. a lot of
    iphone 5c haters / android fans call this ' a slightly better antenna ' i hate those people
    if it was just a 'slightly better antenna' then their phones would have it as well.

    you tell them the actual cellular radio chipset is better and they just ignore you and walk away and live in their little iPhone 5c hater world.

    don't waste your time with a 5c 8 gig though
     

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