The iPhone 7 doesn’t look much different than its predecessors, but the deeper you dive, the more improvements you’ll find. The camera is a great performer, there are dual speakers, and Apple finally made it water-resistant. If you snagged one, then you should be enjoying it, but sometimes a tricky issue can kill the fun. We’ve been filtering the early feedback to find the main iPhone 7 problems that people are facing, and we’ve got some potential fixes and workarounds to put the smile back on your face.
Annoyance: No 3.5-millimeter headphone jack
Apple’s decision to kill the headphone jack has, understandably, been very controversial. If you’ve already invested in a killer pair of headphones that rely on the standard port present in every phone up until now, you could be forgiven for being a wee bit peeved. Having to use the Lightning port also means that you can’t charge your iPhone 7 while you’re using headphones. There are some workarounds, but there’s no real solution for this one.