iPhone 12 Sound Issues
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Apple admits that its latest smartphone line, the iPhone 12, are experiencing sound issues, particularly with hearing aids that are now explained through newly published support documents. The tech company also releases a list of iPhone-compatible hearing aids for better integration and hearing aids, also with a soon software update to solve the problem.

iPhone 12 Sound Issues
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The multinational technology company based in Cupertino, California, Apple, is now reaching out to a selected community of iPhone 12 users to wait for the latest software update that would fix the current issues. The new update would now include servicing people with the need for enhanced hearing because of the isolated issue for iPhone 12's.

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Apple iPhone 12: Sound Issues are Acknowleged and Would Receive New Update Fixes

Currently, the iPhone 12 emits unexpected noises that are channeled through hearing aids or devices that are connected and intended to produce sound. Several complaints have been reported to Apple and different social networking websites such as Reddit and Twitter which are under the company's acknowledgement.

According to Apple's Support Document, several issues present on the iPhone 12 include Loud Static, Interrupted or Intermettent audio, and Garbled audio. Apple acknowledges the problem and states of its awareness to address the problem for the issues of its sound. 

However, Apple was not clear on which software would receive the bug fix for the devices connected to create sound for iPhone 12 users. Currently, Apple is focusing its sights on the iOS 14.3 Beta which are available for developers to try and evaluate before its public beta release.  

How to Fix iPhone 12's Hearing Aid and Devices Sound Bugs Issues

There are several ways to fix the iPhone's audio that are malfunctioning or facing bug issues to restore sound. However, the fix below will vary depending on the issue one's phone is facing. The fix below are suggestions that can fix the basic problems users face with Apple's smartphones. 

Restart iPhone

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The most basic answer and fix to buggy systems is restarting the device itself. This procedure would lead to the phone clearing its RAM and force quitting all applications that may cause the bug. Restarting also "recalibrates" the software to function properly. 

  • Click Assistive Touch > Device > More > Restart.
  • Click both Home Button and Power Button at the same time and hold down until iPhone screen turns black and shows the Apple logo before removing fingers. 

Check Audio Levels and Volume of Phone's System
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  • Go to Settings > Sounds & Haptics > Ringer and Alerts
  • Swipe up (for iPhone 8 and Below) or Swipe from top-right corner (iPhone X and Above) to show Control Center > Check Volume Levels

Check Ringer Slider on Side of iPhone
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The iconic physical slider on the iPhone's side above the volume may be the cause to mute the audio on the Apple smartphone. This hardware is easily toggled or changed despite sitting on one's pockets. Sliding it on or off will show the ringer and iPhone's volume on the screen. 

Sound Settings on Do Not Disturb
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Do Not Disturb is effective and will completely mute all incoming alerts or rings, apart from emergency alerts and alarm clocks. 

  • Go to Settings > Do Not Disturb > Turn Off

Bluetooth

Bluetooth automatically connects itself on paired and registered devices, whether they are earphones, headphones, speakers, car stereos, etc.

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  • Swipe up (for iPhone 8 and Below) or Swipe from top-right corner (iPhone X and Above) to show Control Center > Bluetooth > Turn Off 

or

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  • Go to Settings > Bluetooth Turn Off

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