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Hello all,

I'm really desperate since my iPhone 6, I've had the 6s PLUS, the 7 Plus and now I have the iPhone X.

And all off them start normally but the volume of the earpiece gradually decreases to a unbearable sound level.

At first I thought it's a hardware error but I'm having the same problem for over 5 phones now!! Does anyone know what's happening?! I even changed the earpiece on my iPhone 6 and it didn't change nothing so it must be a software or setting issue.

Anyone can help me? I'm desperate now!

iPhone X, iOS 11.4

Posted on Jun 6, 2018 7:29 AM

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Jun 6, 2018 7:31 AM in response to Pakbaroa In response to Pakbaroa

Earpiece volume can only be set while in an actual phone call. When in a call, have you attempted to change the volume? Do you have the phone set to be able to adjust volume with the buttons? What other things have you noticed about the volume change? Do you have anything connected to the phone, such as Bluetooth devices, hearing aids, etc.? Or, have you made any settings changes in Accessibility?

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Jun 6, 2018 7:33 AM in response to ChrisJ4203 In response to ChrisJ4203

The volume is 100% during call, Haven't changed anything else in accessibly (as far as I know ) .

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Should you buy an iPhone XR or used iPhone X?

Preorders for Apple's iPhone XR go live in a matter of hours. If you're looking to upgrade, but don't want to spend $1,000 on an iPhone XS, the XR delivers many of the same technologies at a relatively affordable entry point. But what about a used iPhone X instead?

A quick search on Craigslist or eBay shows that you can find a used iPhone X for around $750, the same price as a 64GB iPhone XR, not including tax. The comparison is not apples to apples — iPhone XR is a brand new phone, the X is a year old. There are, however, a number of benefits to buying last year's flagship.

First of all, the display on the iPhone X is much better, with a pixel density of 458 pixels per inch compared to 326ppi on the iPhone XR. Even the iPhone 6 Plus' display is sharper than the iPhone XR, with a density of 401ppi. Not only that, but the iPhone X uses OLED display technology, so the colors really pop compared to an LCD display, which comes with iPhone XR.

Even though the resolution on the iPhone XR is lower than that of the X, the screen is actually larger. At 6.1 inches on the diagonal, the iPhone XR sits in between the 5.8-inch iPhone XS and 6.5-inch XS Max.

Apple nixed 3D Touch technology on iPhone XR. Instead of force-pressing icons, web links and other UI assets, you'll have to use a long-press to access additional menu items and features. The solution is identical to what is offered on iPad. Something we really love about the iPhone X and iPhone XS is the stainless steel chassis. It's got this grippy, premium feel that aluminum simply can't replicate. Apple chose to manufacture iPhone XR with an aluminum band which, while robust, is not in the same class as stainless steel. The iPhone XR comes with a single rear-facing camera compared to two on the iPhone X, so you won't be able to get those nice telephoto zoom photos and video.

Despite having one lens, iPhone XR is capable of shooting Portrait Mode photos thanks to powerful combination of custom-tuned software and hardware, including Apple's Neural Engine. The iPhone XR also gets the same bokeh and depth control functions that were introduced with the iPhone XS last month, truly game-changing features for iPhone photography. It also gets the new Smart HDR feature, which helped the iPhone XS destroy the still very good iPhone X in our photo comparison.

Video recording is improved as well, with stereo recording, better stabilization and higher dynamic range while shooting video at up to 30 frames per second. The improvements also spill over to the front-facing camera, with Smart HDR and 1080p video recording at 60 frames per second, as well as a much-improved microphone. And don't forget that the iPhone XR gets Face ID and the same Animoji and Memoji features supported by iPhone X.

Inside, the iPhone XR is powered by Apple's new A12 Bionic processor, the same system-on-chip that's in the iPhone XS. Benchmarks and real-world use prove the new silicon provides a significant improvement in performance.

The iPhone XR also gets other improvements over the X like faster LTE and Dual SIM capabilities, again identical to iPhone XS. To help iPhone XR stand apart from the increasingly crowded iPhone line, Apple is offering the handset in a slew of color variations including (Product)Red, which looks absolutely gorgeous. The iPhone XR's battery life is rated at 1.5 hours longer than the iPhone 8 Plus, which already gets slightly more use per charge than the iPhone X. What's even more interesting is that the iPhone XR should theoretically get even longer battery life than the new iPhone XS Max thanks to the difference in display resolution.

With all of that said, let's answer our original question: Should you pre-order the new iPhone XR or buy a used iPhone X?

In our opinion, we would go with the iPhone XR. The only serious drawback is the lower resolution LCD display, but other than that, almost everything else is refined, updated, enhanced or completely new.

The A12 processor, Smart HDR and depth control photography functions, dual SIM capability, battery life and color options are all marquee features. Apple offers so much more for what will likely be the same price as buying an iPhone X used.

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The iPhone X’s notch is bad news for wireless carriers

The iPhone was the first smartphone in the world to launch without any interference from carriers. In exchange for exclusivity, AT&T agreed to let Apple handle everything about the phone, including the software and marketing. That’s why the iPhone comes without any bloatware, not including Apple’s, and has no carrier branding on it, like other phones. The only place the carrier is allowed to display its name is in the top right corner of the iPhone. But that’s almost going away with the iPhone X.

We already saw images that show how the iPhone X display ears work. We call ears the top corners that flank the camera notch.

On the left side, we’re going to see the time and back button (sadly!), while on the right we’re going to have indicators for cellular signal, Wi-Fi connectivity, and battery life.

Apple appears to have sacrificed the carrier name, which does not fit inside the left ear. If you ask me, that’s certainly something we can deal with. Just like many of you, I almost never ask myself what carrier I’m using. I usually know. The only time I really check that indicator is whenever I’m roaming and the internet isn’t working. That’s the only moment I can switch to a different mobile operator.

Carriers will not like this, but they have no say in it. But Apple did not really remove carrier branding from the phone. It’s just harder to see.

Developer Steve Troughton-Smith discovered that swiping on the time will let you see the carrier name.

you swipe on the time to see the carrier name

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) September 11, 2017

That’s a minor detail, but it confirms that the ears are independently swipeable to deliver additional information.

yeah the ears are independently swipeable

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) September 11, 2017

But Apple might not be looking to kill carrier branding on the iPhone X. There may be a bigger picture here.

The same developer discovered a few days ago that the time gets a green background during a call, while a red background will mark the fact that screen recording is in use.

The right ear, meanwhile, gets a special animation when the phone is recharging. Namely, the battery indicator occupies the entire right ear.

How are these ear display features useful? They could help Apple prevent screen burn-in, which is a screen effect observed in OLED devices. When the same image is displayed in the same spot for too long, a ghost of it remains visible even when the screen is turned off. 9to5Mac found code in iOS 11 that references burn-in mitigation features. That means Apple has built into iOS 11 various tricks that should prevent burn-in effects on OLED screens, and the ears may be part of that.

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