Sound problems on iPhone and iPad in iOS 10.3 are not very common, but when they happen to you, it doesn’t really matter. Some users reported that the sound and audio problem manifested only when they were receiving calls. Others discovered it when trying to make calls. And there were even people complaining that the problem would manifest in any of these cases, as they couldn’t hear the caller or the other way around.
In this article, we’re going to list 5 of the most effective solutions for a wide range of sound and audio problems with Apple iPhone and iPad in iOS 10.3. If these ones can’t fix your device, perhaps only your retailer can do it, in an authorized service. Or maybe the time has come to change it for a new one – hopefully, it is still under warranty and you won’t have to pay for it.
Let’s move on to the five steps to fixing no sound iPhone and iPad in iOS 10.3:
- Check the SIM card – turn off the device, remove the SIM card, and reinsert it after a while. Turn on the device and try to make some calls, see if the sound problem persists.
- Check the microphone – try to clean the microphone with compressed air. Sometimes, debris, dirt or just dust gathers in there and gets stuck. When it’s too much of it around the microphone, it becomes obvious that you have sound problems when trying to make calls and the other person cannot really hear what you say.
- Check the Bluetooth – sometimes, all you have to do is to deactivate the Bluetooth and the sound and the audio problem in Apple iPhone and iPad in iOS 10.3 will go away.
- Check the cache – other times, you need to do a wipe cache partition in order to solve this problem. It is not very complicated, as you can learn from these specific instructions on how to wipe the iPhone or iPad in iOS 10.3.
- Check the Recovery Mode – this is where the majority of problems can be identified.
Now you know what to check when voice calls become almost impossible to make from your device.