Question about Cell Phones
The most obvious solution would be to check the volume settings either by using the volume control on the side of the phone, or through the audio settings in the settings menu. If everything is already set to high then the next thing to do would be to check for water damage/physical damage. If you look through the headphone jack you should see an indicator for water damage. If there is no liquid it is white, if there is liquid it turns red. If it is red then there could be water damage affecting your speakers, otherwise if it is white check the speakers themselves. These speakers are pretty much made of paper so anything could harm them. All in all though if everything seems to be ok, but the speakers are still low take it to your carrier or the apple store. The iPhone has a 1 yr warranty but sometimes the apple store will take care of it for you even after the 1st year.
Posted on Jul 09, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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