Resetting the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus
Do you want to restart your iPhone 7, but the old method will not work? This is what you should do.
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The first step in solving problems of any kind in an electronic device is reset. Upon restart, or make a "soft" reset (soft) of an iOS device frequently solves a keyboard that decided to stop working, a camera that does not open or other bugs and glitches.

If you find yourself with an iPhone 7 unresponsive and you try to restart using the traditional method of holding the buttons to wake up and start at the same time, you'll find a surprise.

Because the new start button is required to switch on the phone, Apple has changed the buttons used to force a restart. Now you need to keep and hold the power button and the volume down at the same time. After a few seconds of pressing both buttons, the Apple logo appears on the iPhone screen, indicating that it has been restarted, and now everything should be fine.

Device owners have denounced social networks that the device has several anomalies, which have been termed as 'Hissgate' on Twitter.
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Apple removed the plug for normal headphones, but included an adapter.
Wireless Apple removed the plug for normal headphones, but included an adapter.

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We spent the day with the iPhone 7 and yes, it turns out that your new phone produces a static or buzzing sound, that happens to many owners of the new gadget.

Apple has received a number of complaints that the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus emit a sound such as applications that require processor-intensive, as the games are used.

The phenomenon has been termed as Hissgate on Twitter, where people have posted videos showing your phone to the sound.

Two years ago, Apple faced the Bendgate , a term created on the Internet when users iPhone 6 Plus found that the phone could double if exercised pressure on him.

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So far Apple has not responded to requests for comment.

This is not, however, the only problem facing the new iPhone. Some users have had problems with new EarPods when connected to the phone via its plug Lightning .

After connecting EarPods , volume control, in some cases, several minutes later stops working. Others have reported problems with the adapter that connects traditional headset with your phone.

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"The adapter stops working at # iPhone7 when not playing music. That makes it impossible to answer the phone," said a Twitter user Monday night.

"The adapter headphones for Lightning is after five minutes of inactivity off if the screen is off. The volume control and pause does not work until it reconnects" said another.

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An Apple spokesman confirmed to CNNMoney that the company is aware of the problem and working on a software-based solution.

Apple recently eliminated the traditional 3.5 mm plug in their latest gadgets in favor of using headphones connected via the Lightning port. The action represents part of an effort to encourage users to use wireless headphones.

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Before its launch, T-Mobile and Sprint reported nearly four times the number of presales artifacts compared to previous years. It is unknown whether these problems have an impact on iPhone sales 7 and 7 Plus.

Meanwhile, Apple said some models such as the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus matte black are already completely exhausted.

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