1. radeon962's Avatar
    Anyone getting noise from their iPhone 7Plus under load?

    Not what I want to hear from my $1k investment. I've not noticed this on my 6s Plus so I wonder if it's due to the new chip in the 7.

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/9to5mac...?client=safari
    09-17-2016 06:28 PM
  2. kch50428's Avatar
    09-17-2016 07:31 PM
  3. Tarah Sorber's Avatar
    I don't hear anything. ....

    *~Live life,love life~*
    09-17-2016 07:51 PM
  4. Rob Phillips's Avatar
    I hear a slight hiss if my 7 Plus is under load and I put it up to my ear. I honestly didn't notice anything until reading your post so I'm not worried that it's going to bother me going forward.
    09-17-2016 08:09 PM
  5. Wildo6882's Avatar
    If I hear anything like what the first video sounds like in the 9to5mac video I'll be looking for a replacement. That sounded pretty bad.
    09-17-2016 10:46 PM
  6. Rob Phillips's Avatar
    If I hear anything like what the first video sounds like in the 9to5mac video I'll be looking for a replacement. That sounded pretty bad.
    Mine isn't NEARLY as bad as the 9to5 video. Again, I have to literally press my ear up against my phone to hear even the slightest hiss. I'm sure Apple will happily replace any iPhone that sounds that bad.
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    09-18-2016 08:17 AM
  7. Wildo6882's Avatar
    Mine isn't NEARLY as bad as the 9to5 video. Again, I have to literally press my ear up against my phone to hear even the slightest hiss. I'm sure Apple will happily replace any iPhone that sounds that bad.
    I'm sure they will. It sounds like they're already offering that. I would just prefer to not have to deal with it. And have to wait for a replacement or have to drive 120 miles to my nearest Apple Store.
    09-18-2016 08:26 AM
  8. Rob Phillips's Avatar
    I'm sure they will. It sounds like they're already offering that. I would just prefer to not have to deal with it. And have to wait for a replacement or have to drive 120 miles to my nearest Apple Store.
    Understandable. Put it in perspective though. This is a very active forum, and many people here have the new iPhones. If the hissing were that prevalent an issue we'd be hearing about it all over the place. I read just about everything that comes through this forum and it isn't being talked about.
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    09-18-2016 08:43 AM
  9. Wildo6882's Avatar
    Understandable. Put it in perspective though. This is a very active forum, and many people here have the new iPhones. If the hissing were that prevalent an issue we'd be hearing about it all over the place. I read just about everything that comes through this forum and it isn't being talked about.
    Oh I know. I'd just hate for my $1100 phone to have that issue. It is being talked about here, Macrumors and other places. So it isn't just a couple isolated incidents. Enough that it seems to be worth at least looking out for.
    09-18-2016 08:51 AM
  10. Rob Phillips's Avatar
    Oh I know. I'd just hate for my $1100 phone to have that issue. It is being talked about here, Macrumors and other places. So it isn't just a couple isolated incidents. Enough that it seems to be worth at least looking out for.
    I should have worded my response differently. It's being talked about, but not by everyone who has gotten a new iPhone. So it's somewhat isolated.

    I'm trying to put your mind at ease here and you're making it difficult!
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    09-18-2016 08:53 AM
  11. Wildo6882's Avatar
    I should have worded my response differently. It's being talked about, but not by everyone who has gotten a new iPhone. So it's somewhat isolated.

    I'm trying to put your mind at ease here and you're making it difficult!
    Haha. Just call me Henny Penny! I won't get mine for a few weeks anyway, so maybe it was just one batch and it won't be mine!
    Rob Phillips likes this.
    09-18-2016 08:57 AM
  12. dwd3885's Avatar
    Normally I wouldn't care, except I can hear it in video recordings in a quiet environment
    09-18-2016 11:18 AM
  13. radeon962's Avatar
    Understandable. Put it in perspective though. This is a very active forum, and many people here have the new iPhones. If the hissing were that prevalent an issue we'd be hearing about it all over the place. I read just about everything that comes through this forum and it isn't being talked about.
    Check out #HISSGATE as its showing up on Twitter
    09-18-2016 11:33 AM
  14. radeon962's Avatar
    09-18-2016 12:23 PM
  15. jsntrenkler's Avatar
    I can't hear any hissing on mine
    09-18-2016 12:34 PM
  16. tekjunkie28's Avatar
    LOL ok so the hiss is from choke or coil whine. I've have A LOT of electrics do it and never has any issues. It's completely normal. I had a nvidia gtx 285 that was insanely loud. It went away after hard use. If u wanna test out your device. Load up a game and leave it running and see what happens after that.

    On a side note the video card I had I could reduce the whine my limiting the refresh rate to the sam as the monitor which was 60. About a month or so of use it went away. I doubt it would take the phone that long. I still have that car in use today and it's 7 years old. 5 of those years was 24/7 use.
    09-18-2016 02:42 PM
  17. radeon962's Avatar
    LOL ok so the hiss is from choke or coil whine. I've have A LOT of electrics do it and never has any issues. It's completely normal. I had a nvidia gtx 285 that was insanely loud. It went away after hard use. If u wanna test out your device. Load up a game and leave it running and see what happens after that.

    On a side note the video card I had I could reduce the whine my limiting the refresh rate to the sam as the monitor which was 60. About a month or so of use it went away. I doubt it would take the phone that long. I still have that car in use today and it's 7 years old. 5 of those years was 24/7 use.
    Are you seriously comparing a video card to a phone? I have been a Silent PC builder for years and the video card fan and mechanical hard drives are two of the worst offenders for PC noise. Small fans running at high speed are hard to dampen the sound. SSD's took care of the mechanical HD.

    There is no fan in the phone so I would not expect noise especially for a device that is made to go by your ear or in close proximity to your face.

    A computer is typically a few feet away if on top of your desk or in a lot of cars under the desk. Foam, insulation, high end case and high end fans or liquid cooling can be used to make a Silent PC, even a high end gaming rig, but none of that would work with the iPhone.

    I don't have my 7 Plus yet but with the noise issue, apparently no Sapphire glass on the camera lens or home button has me rethinking about just staying with my 6s Plus until the 10th anniversary iPhone next year when they hopefully make substantial physical design changes to reduce the in hand size and improve the screen resolution.

    All jokes aside with the Note 7 and Android, it is physically a beautiful phone to hold and the camera and screen are excellent. A Note 7 running iOS would be a perfect phone.

    I was a long time Android slappy until Apple came out with the larger 6 Plus and I found how easy and great iOS is for me and how I use my phone. The 6s Plus was a nice upgrade as would be the 7 Plus but just a touch disappointed with the early reviews on the hardware side.

    My only issue with the 6s Plus is it is physically much larger than it needs to be. Screen is very good until you put it side by side with a Samsung screen.

    iOS 10 is a great software upgrade and really runs excellent on the 6s Plus and makes it feel fresh again.
    09-18-2016 03:52 PM
  18. tekjunkie28's Avatar
    Are you seriously comparing a video card to a phone? I have been a Silent PC builder for years and the video card fan and mechanical hard drives are two of the worst offenders for PC noise. Small fans running at high speed are hard to dampen the sound. SSD's took care of the mechanical HD.

    There is no fan in the phone so I would not expect noise especially for a device that is made to go by your ear or in close proximity to your face.

    A computer is typically a few feet away if on top of your desk or in a lot of cars under the desk. Foam, insulation, high end case and high end fans or liquid cooling can be used to make a Silent PC, even a high end gaming rig, but none of that would work with the iPhone.

    I don't have my 7 Plus yet but with the noise issue, apparently no Sapphire glass on the camera lens or home button has me rethinking about just staying with my 6s Plus until the 10th anniversary iPhone next year when they hopefully make substantial physical design changes to reduce the in hand size and improve the screen resolution.

    All jokes aside with the Note 7 and Android, it is physically a beautiful phone to hold and the camera and screen are excellent. A Note 7 running iOS would be a perfect phone.

    I was a long time Android slappy until Apple came out with the larger 6 Plus and I found how easy and great iOS is for me and how I use my phone. The 6s Plus was a nice upgrade as would be the 7 Plus but just a touch disappointed with the early reviews on the hardware side.

    My only issue with the 6s Plus is it is physically much larger than it needs to be. Screen is very good until you put it side by side with a Samsung screen.

    iOS 10 is a great software upgrade and really runs excellent on the 6s Plus and makes it feel fresh again.
    I know there's no fan in the phone. That's exactly why I said it's coil or choke whine....
    09-18-2016 04:01 PM
  19. John Martinec's Avatar
    This is an issue. Sure, you cant hear it on calls or with the phone just sitting there. I can hear it when I place my ear to the back top of the phone. Even that wouldn't be an issue. The real issue is the sound is being picked up in my video recordings from the phone. If you place your ear up to the back of your phone and hear the electric static buzz like I do, make a recording in a quiet room and play it back. I guarantee you will hear that same sound captured in the recording. That part is unacceptable and you can't tell me someone didn't notice this in previous models with a billion phones sold. This appears to be a new and real issue.
    Wildo6882 likes this.
    09-23-2016 02:30 PM
  20. Michial Brown's Avatar
    Not every phone has this issue. Apple is offering to replace if you bring it in to the Apple Store. I hear they do have reserves so you don't have to wait for a replacement. It's a bummer for sure. At least it isn't exploding on fire.
    09-23-2016 06:48 PM
  21. Michial Brown's Avatar
    Me neither.
    09-23-2016 06:49 PM

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