Most Common Problems Of The 'iPhone 7', How To Solve Them?

The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are impressive successors and they are already getting some very solid reviews from critics, as well as the general public. They are currently two of the best phones available on the market. But just like any other phone, they also have their flaws.

The iPhone 7 also has its flaws

Over the past few months, we have been hearing about some problems plaguing the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus. Some of these complaints are due to some minor bugs. Others, however, are running into serious issues with their device.

Problems on the iPhone 7

Early iPhone 7 problems were focused around iCloud Restore and some activation issues. These were the same issues that also affected the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus during its launch last year. Though complaints about these issues have died down in weeks since the iPhone 7 officially launched, but if you do happen to encounter an activation or iCloud Restore problem, you can go to Apple's official website for some potential fixes on the problem.

Other potential problems

The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus problems also go beyond the iCloud Restore and activation issues. We're also seeing numerous complaints on a variety of different other issues. We're also hearing about odd battery drain issues, problems connecting to Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, some touchscreen issues, an odd hissing issue, issues syncing photos, problems with various applications, and more.

How to Fix these iPhone 7 Problems

If you do happen to run into a problem with your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, you don't have to panic. There's a good chance that you will be able to fix the issue on you own. All you need to do is go to your computer and search for any possible fix. An ideal place you can look is on the official Apple website.

Problems can be fixed even without taking action

It's also important to note that some iOS-related iPhone 7 problems will likely get fixed after a couple of days of use. Like for instance, battery life tends to settle down after a few days with a new device or an iOS update. But if you do continue to experience problems with battery life or some other else after more than two days of use, you would want to do something about it already.

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