With the #Apple #iPhone7 made available in several markets a lot of people now have their hands on this latest phone model. This device is powered by the latest A10 Fusion processor that makes the phone perform twice as fast as the iPhone 6 yet consumes less power. Apple has also designed this phone to have dual speakers making it deliver stereo quality sound. One of our readers however is having a sound related problem as only the right speaker is working. Let’s take a look at this issue and analyze it further.
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iPhone 7 Only Right Speaker Working
Problem: I just bought the iPhone 7 but i was wondering if there is a speaker on the left side or not? I have noticed that only the right side works.
Solution: The iPhone 7 has two speakers however they are not positioned on the left and right bottom part of the phone. The right side houses one of the speakers. This why you can hear the sound coming out of it. The left side however does not house a speaker. This where the barometric vent is located. What this component does is it equalizes the internal and atmospheric pressure to get a more accurate altimeter reading,
Now, the location of the second speaker is at the top part. The phone uses the earpiece speaker as a second loudspeaker. This is a different earpiece speaker from the previous iPhone models and is an upgraded one since it will complete the stereo sound effect of the phone.
We hope that we have clarified this matter.
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