Smartphones are taking over. Statistically, the most used multimedia devices in upcoming years are going to be the handheld ones. Browsing on the go, social media and fast-paced, online communications are main traits that modern user needs. However, what happened with its main use? With good old standard calls?
For example, you can do more stuff with your iPhone 7 than with desktop computer but the in-call sound is distorted. Especially while using standard calls.
The hefty number of iPhone 7 users reported a problem concerning the in-call disturbance.
Today we prepared for you some optimal solutions for distorting and hollow sound, and/or bad microphone performance while making a call.
How to improve bad call sound quality on iPhone 7
One small disclaimer before we start. If your iPhone 7 or 7+ variation are having the hardware issue, this steps may help. However, our advice is to contact your Apple Support.
Disable Noise cancellation on iPhone 7
Noise cancellation is a built-in option that helps you by reducing ambient noise while speaking on the phone. Good intention but some of the users found it unsatisfying. To disable it, follow the instructions:
- Tap Settings
- Select General
- Choose Accessibility
- At the bottom, you will find Phone Noise Cancellation
- Turn it OFF
Select Data Only in Mobile Data Options
There may be a problem concerning your Mobile Data. Maybe your VoLTE ( Voice over LTE) is the one that makes calls distorted, so try disabling it. To that follow this path:
- Tap Settings
- Select Mobile Data
- Choose Mobile Data Options
- Tap Enable LTE
- Choose Data Only instead of Voice & Data
Try using the phone without the case
There are some reports that your case can be the issue while speaking on the phone. Because it covers rear microphone, sometimes may cause the distortion.
Remove your case and check your in-call performance without it.
Turn Off the Bluetooth
Interference may also occur because of your headset and phone speaker. To be sure that is not the case, disable Bluetooth:
- Go to Settings
- Select Bluetooth
- Turn Bluetooth OFF.
Try restarting the phone
If the problem is somehow connected to the software, the reset may be of help. To reset your iPhone 7, do the following:
- Press and hold Wake and Volume Down buttons
- Wait until the Apple logo appears.
Try updating to the latest version of iOS
Keeping your phone updated is a good way to overcame slight software issues, probably even the sound ones. To update your system, follow these instructions.
- Make sure your iPhone 7 is connected to a Wi-Fi and charging.
- Go to Settings
- Choose General
- Select Software Update
- Tap Download & Install
These were our tips to a possible solution to your annoying problem. We hope it will help you to perform better in-call performance. If you are still heaving trouble concerning iPhone 7, please be free to share it with us in comment section.
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