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Apple fixes crackling noise issue of iphone 8 through iOS 11.0.2 update

Apple fixes crackling noise issue
Apple released an update to its iOS mobile operating system on Tuesday to address bugs, including a fix to "crackling" or "static" disruptive sound that some iPhone 8 users are experiencing through their earpieces during phone calls. The Strange thing is this noise happens randomly, roughly 1 in 3 calls. This is happening on iPhone 8 plus.

The release of iOS 11.0.2 on Tuesday should correct that issue, Also fixed the problems with photos that were not displayed in the Photo app, as well as problems with attachments to encrypted emails that would not be opened. From the release notes:
  • Fixes an issue where crackling sounds may occur during calls for a small number of iPhone 8 and 8 Plus devices.
  • Addresses an issue that could cause some photos to become hidden.
  • Fixes an issue where attachments in S/MIME encrypted emails would not open.

The MacRumors thread was started by a user called Vask, who wrote: 'Is anyone else experiencing a crackling static noise from the earpiece during FaceTime or cellular calls? The thread has dozens of replies from users who experienced the same issue.

In a statement last week, Apple said that the issue only affects a 'small number' of cases, but confirmed the company was working on a fix. Now, the firm has issued iOS 11.0.2, which it claims will solve the problem.

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