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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Hooterville, Nov 1, 2016.
Is it normal to feel vibration on the back of the phone from sound or is this a form of hissgate?
Normal for the 7+, at least on mine. Did not notice this with the 6+.
Vibration produces sound so I'm pretty sure this is normal.
This wasn't the case with the 6+ and any other iphone I had before. (I never had the 6s+, so not sure if this happened with this model). This is the first iphone I've had that you can feel the vibration on the back while talking on the phone.
This is the first iPhone with stereo speakers as well.
Yes, just pointing out "Vibration produces sound so I'm pretty sure this is normal" that previous models produced sound with a speaker right at that same point, but did so without vibration... That way the OP is aware that it is normal, but only for the 7 series of iphones (and maybe future models).
6s, I can feel a phone call in my hand when on it. Some people can detect small vibrations more than others.
Either way, this is so far from an issue I'm not sure how to describe it.
This is why I said I had no idea about the 6s/6s+. It did not do this on my 6+ (holding the phone naked) or any iphone before that.
What is hissgate? There has been some issues with processor noise, but there is not hissgate.
if you have the volume up loud then its normal. if its just low then idk there might be something wrong.
It's been reported from other forum members. I don't believe it's an issue. It's the speakers turned up causing the vibration. My 7 Plus does this as well.
So does my car.