The headphone jack of your iPhone 7 is an integral part of the iPhone, as it offers a significant part of its functionality. This is likely to be damaged after a hit or as a result of damage to the device due to continuous use.
Symptoms of damage to the iPhone 7 headphone jack
The most common damage phenomena are the following:
– Low sound from headphones
– Decreased quality
– There is noise or parasites
– Only one earpiece sounds
– The headphones do not play
– The headphones do not “snap” properly.
On the iPhone 7, the headphone jack is integrated into a common tape along with the lightning interface and the basic microphone. It is not uncommon for a faulty hearing system to be accompanied by malfunction in other subsystems.
At EasyService, we pinpoint the exact cause of the problem quickly and effectively, and let you know about the need to repair the headset. We can replace the problematic tape that incorporates the headphones with a new 100% functional, easy and fast to save stress, hassle, and fallen money!