Just got my new iPhone 4S...was super excited that is until i realized that theres an issue with the speaker. No i am not talking about the same "only one speaker works" fiasco..i understand the left 'speaker' is actually the mic.... i called my friend put him on speaker...and even though the volume was maxed out i noticed that i had to strain to hear what he was saying. ive had many conversations with my friend before on my 3gs & never had to do this so i know the problem was on my end. after the phone call i decided to compare the speaker volume of my old 3gs with the speaker volume on my new 4s...i did this by comparing the 'clicking' noise that the phone makes when you press the "on/off" button on the top of the phone.... the results? well lo and behold i was right. the speaker on my new 4s sounds low & muffled in comparison to the speaker on my old 3gs. specifically the "on/off" clicking noise was much louder and more crisp sounding on my old 3gs in comparison to my new 4s...i dont understand??? did i get a defective iphone 4s? why is the speaker on my 3gs louder & more crisp than my 4s? is this a legit reason for apple to replace my phone? can those of you with a 4s and an old 3gs do the same "on/off" clicking noise test & report back if your 3gs is louder & more crisp sounding?