Apple's iOS 11.3 is causing problems with some people's iPhone microphones

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If the tests find nothing with the camera, Apple workers are being instructed to give the iPhone X owner a new device. The company has reportedly acknowledged the issue that affects the microphone of a limited number of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models running iOS 11.3 or later during voice calls. Since there is no official release of any document from Apple, it's unclear whether the Cupertino, California-based company will issue an official statement. Apple has claimed that this new Face ID should replace the conventional Touch ID that was introduced with the iPhone 5s.

'Customers may experience greyed-out speaker button during phone calls, ' Apple said in an internal email leaked to the site. If that doesn't work, the resellers will need to run audio diagnostics. Further, in case it fails in this evaluation, the worker must finally replace the entire unit using a new apparatus for the user.

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But although there's now no rivaling the complexity, convenience and security of Cupertino's 3D facial recognition implementation, no technology is ideal, and occasionally, Face ID issues do arise. There was no immediate solution to the problem at the time, but Apple's resolution should certainly bring some relief to affected users. The front-facing camera works perfectly. When trying to setup FaceID, the handset screen showed the message "Face ID is not available try again later.' The comment made by the user later in the thread echoes what has been mentioned above". However, if you're among those among the affected iPhone 7 users, you should visit your nearby Apple authorized service center to fix this. One user noted on reddit not long after the iPhone X launched that the rear camera and Face ID stopped working at the same time and that certain camera features like pano, slow-mo, and time-lapse were still functioning but other features didn't work. The lenses differ on which they do. "The telephoto is connected to the true depth and was not working", the Reddit user explained. The wide angle did those who worked and is joined to the front-facing camera.

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