Customers of the iPhone 8 complain of crackling in their phone calls. According to The Verge, Apple is alerted and is preparing a fix for iOS 11 to remedy the bug affecting a “small number” of users.

Itineraries, I no longer get you there! It was well worth buying a new smartphone. An iPhone 8 is more. Apple is developing a software patch to remedy a problem reported by some customers of its last terminal.

The bug is triggered during phone calls, reports The Verge. “Dozens of iPhone 8 users have posted on online forums hearing a crackle” disrupting their calls.

A “small number of cases”

Seem concerned with both the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus at different operators and in different parts of the world. But Apple is confident, and ensures that only a small number of customers are affected.

“We are aware of the problem that affects customers in a small number of cases. Our team is working on the patch, which will be included in a future version of the software, ” the firm communicates with The Verge.

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As for the permanent activation of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on iOS 11, Apple explained last week that this was not a bug in the mobile OS. The two buttons for shutting down these services just allow you to disconnect from the Wi-Fi network you are using or the Bluetooth accessory that the iPhone is connected to.

Nevertheless, connectivity remains in fact assured. Why ? Because the iPhone regularly needs to use these networks for different tasks, for example to maintain the link with an Apple Watch or the Apple Pencil stylus.

The AirDrop and AirPlay functions also require active Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Apple also recommends keeping these networks activated on its terminals to benefit from “the best experience on your iOS device”.