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Check Out All The Problems People Are Having With Their iPhone 7s

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Following the announcement that Apple (AAPL - Free Report) removed the standard 3.5mm headphone jack from the iPhone 7 and 7s, people mercilessly ridiculed the company and its new line of phones—and that was before it was even released. Now that users have finally gotten their hands on the iPhone 7, new criticism is coming as a result of several different functionality problems.

The main issue seems to revolve around an unusual hissing or buzzing noise coming from the phone while using processor-intensive applications. The problem has been dubbed “Hissgate,” and it’s currently making its rounds on Twitter.


It is currently unknown how many devices are affected by the hissing noise, and Apple has yet to comment on the problem.

Other iPhone 7 owners are complaining about issues that they are having with the Apple’s new EarPods:



Apparently Apple is aware of the problems with its new Lightning-compatible headphones and is working on a software fix for the bug.

As iPhone 7 owners’ woes spread throughout Twitter, check out the social media reaction to Apple’s original announcement of the new device: Here's Why People Already Hate the iPhone 7

Also make sure to check out this episode of the Zacks Friday Finish Line podcast, as the hosts look at whether or not Apple bundled the iPhone 7 announcement:

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