iPhone 6s And 6s Plus Buyers Report Issues In 3D Touch, Touch ID, Speaker And Power


Apple released its next in line iPhones the previous week that boasted major upgrades in the performance department. However, no changes were made to the iPhone 6s and 6s Plys externally apart from a little thickness added due to the 3D Touch panel. Even though this did not bother users much, however the Apple support community pages are flashing a number of complaints regarding other problems.

While some customers have reported overheating of the device, others claim irregular power offs. The issues do not rests with all iPhone users as some customers have been affected by the issues.

Let's see some details on the issues that users are facing on their iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.

Users Claim Several Problems In iPhone 6s And iPhone 6s Plus

According to the trend, Apple will possibly devise solutions for the issues recorded by users on Apple's support community pages and forums. By the look of it, the Cupertino giant will release an update for its iOS 9 that will eliminate the bugs which are causing the issue.

Some users have reported lopsided behavior of the newly introduced 3D Touch. iPhone 6s and 6s Plus users claim that the software related bugs in 3D Touch fails to open links with normal taps in the Safari app. While restarting the iPhone 6s or 6s Plus makes the 3D Touch feature to come back to its original functionality.

An odd problem that iPhone 6s users claim is the Touch ID being hot. However, it can simply be solved by force restarting your iPhone by pressing and holding down the Power button and the Touch ID or Home button for 7-10 seconds.

On behalf of other issues, users claim that their iPhone 6s keeps powering off even though their devices still have battery power. However, the powered off iPhones can be switched back on by pressing down the Power key.

Issues also reside in the Speakers according to some early buyers of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. Users report that there is a deformed sound coming out of the speakers which includes the sounds being too loud or distorted in case of notification tones. Users believe the issue resides in the software department, however it is unsure if it's true. iPhone 6s users also reported the irregular behavior in the Phone app, where it malfunctions on audio related aspects.

The issues have inflicted a handful of iPhone 6s or 6s Plus users in one week period. However, most probably Apple will release an update with fix for these issues soon. As for now, let us know in the comments if your iPhone 6s or 6s Plus is causing these issues.