IPhone X Affected by Buzzing Sound From Earpiece Speaker, Some Users Report

The other iPhone will be more like a full-screen version of the current plus-sized phone with a 6.1-inch LCD display.

According to users on Reddit, the company is replacing the damaged units with the newer phone, so, if you have an iPhone X with the similar problem head towards the authorized service center to replace the faulty device.

Well, not if your name is Ming-Chi Kuo.

Just when we thought that the issues with the iPhone X would stop with the display, some iPhone X users reported that they are experiencing a crackling or buzzing sound coming from the device's front-facing earpiece at maximum volume.

"The three new devices are set to include a 6.5" OLED model, a 5.8" OLED model, and a 6.1" TFT-LCD model.

He's not always right, but Kuo so often hits the mark that it's tempting to believe that the few times he's been wrong were the result of changes of plans on Apple's part rather than false information.

Since all models are going to be without a home button, these smartphones are probably going to rely on Face ID, ushering a new era where fingerprint scanners are no longer going to be present on the 2018 lineup of devices. Or do you wait for the updated model next year?

How Much Will The New iPhones Cost?

Kuo's report detailed that the 6.1-inch LCD model may feature a lower pixel density, between 320 and 330 ppi.

One of the new phones predicted is a low-priced model that features an edge-to-edge LCD screen and TrueDepth facial recognition for between $649 and $749. Regardless of this, it remains unlikely that Apple will achieve supply-demand balance until 2018. The iPhone X range will grow to feature a larger Plus edition in 2018, if an early prediction from a noted analyst is accurate. Having had my iPhone X for less than 24 hours, here are my first impressions of the phone that could very well usher in a new generation of mobile technology.

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