While some of us have mostly given up on calling for endless texting, there are others who love or need to make and receive phone calls. It’s a bit difficult to do with some iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro models right now however, which Apple claims makes no sound when people make or receive calls. The good news is that Apple will repair these phones for free.
Apple announced a world service program for iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro models, excluding iPhone 12 mini or iPhone 12 Pro Max, without any Friday sound issue. The company explained that “a very small percentage” of devices may experience sound problems due to a faulty component on the receiver module or the earpiece. Apple said phones with this issue were manufactured between October 2020 and April 2021.
This is the first service program for the iPhone 12, according to Apple website.
If your phone has this issue, Apple or an Apple Authorized Service Provider will analyze it to determine if it is eligible for free repair. You can also choose to send your phone to Apple for repair using their postal service.
The service plan will cover iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro devices for two years after purchase. However, if your receiver is broken, I imagine you have a deep desire to have it fixed as quickly as possible. Also, for your reference, repairing your receiver does not extend your phone’s standard one-year Apple warranty.
Apple points out that if your phone has any damage that prevents repair, such as a cracked screen, you will need to fix it before you can. address problems with your headset. In some cases, you will have to pay for this additional repair.
Overall, even if you don’t make a lot of phone calls like I did, you shouldn’t ignore a phone with this problem. In my case, it could be the delivery guy trying to find my door to hand me my dinner. No dinner, no fun.