If your iPhone is stuck on headphone mode, sound and audio functions are likewise affected and may not working as well. Thus, you’ve got a problem to fix. Majority of iPhones stuck on headphone mode are due to hardware damage. If this happens, your iPhone won’t be able to play sound as its audio functions
There are times when a smartphone just doesn’t act smart. This can occur even to the highest tiered devices like Apple’s flagship smartphones. Just like what happened to some iPhone users about their iPhone being stuck on headphone mode even when there is no headphone that is plugged into the headphone jack. Aside from the
You’re certain that nothing is plugged into the headphone jack of your iPhone but when you press the volume controls, it says “Headphones.” Apparently, your iPhone is stuck on headphone mode. Something must have triggered the device to think that it’s still on headphone mode even when no headphones are plugged in. Often times, it’s
You are certain that no headphones are plugged in to your iPhone XS headphone jack but for some reasons, you still see a Headphones volume indicator when you adjust the volume level on your device. But what’s more unusual is that when you play audio files or launch sound apps, sounds don’t play from your
When your iPhone appears to be stuck on headphone mode even without the headphone inserted, it could be due to software glitches or hardware damage. Should this be attributed to software errors, performing some workarounds will take care of it. Otherwise, you’ll need help from an iPhone technician to diagnose and/or repair a damaged component.
When your iPhone 8 is stuck on headphone mode, it thinks that headphones are plugged into the headphone jack even though they’re not. This can be due to a software error or hardware damage like when the headphone jack is damaged. Often times, it’s a hardware issue either due to a physical or liquid damage
Your iPhone thinks that headphones are plugged into the headphone jack even though they’re not and so it’s stuck on headphone mode. Such can be due to a problem with the headphone jack itself, if not a software glitch. Usually, it’s a hardware problem. But before rushing to an Apple Genius bar, you can try