How to fix an old problem and a new one with the new iPhone 5S
A lot of people were complaining about the camera of the new Apple iPhone 5s.
They weren’t just complaining about its slow-mo video.
They were complaining that it wasn’t really fast enough.
And then there was the issue of the microphone.
While it’s still not as loud as the iPhone 5, there are still issues with the microphones.
A new leak suggests that Apple may have fixed those problems with a firmware update, and now the iPhone 6 Plus can take better audio.
According to a new leak, Apple is working on a firmware upgrade that improves the microphones on the new iPhones.
If the firmware upgrade is released and it’s effective, it would be the first time the iPhone has improved its audio in years.
As an iPhone user, it’s nice to see a firm update to a feature that’s been in use for years.
But it’s also disappointing that Apple is using the new firmware update to address the issue.
While the new microphones are great, I’m not a fan of the lack of volume control on the microphone jack.
I can hear the noise and the audio quality is a little off for some people.