A new hardware issue has sprouted up as some Apple owners confirm that the new iPhone X doesn’t work as intended. The front speakers in the phone creates a non-stop buzzing noise or crackling sound when the volume is set to high or the maximum level.
The issue was first spotted when a random user posted it in the Macrumors forum and later multiple complaints dropped it. It was also spotted in Reddit and other communities but the amount of people facing the issue is very minimal.
Only those who use their front firing speakers regularly will know the problem whereas most will rely on a headphone to get the job done. Even if their iPhone X has issues in the front speaker they may not know which is why experts believe the intensity of this new problem is yet to be known.
The company does entertain replacements when the problem is real and hardware related but in most scenarios, you may have to wait for a software update and Apple to make an official statement on why this buzzing sound issue came up in the first place. It could be because of the ear piece and the speaker in the same spot or a previous iPhone 8 bug which is unclear at this point.