How to Clean iPhone Speaker and Microphone

iPhone Speaker and Microphone Cleaning Procedure

iPhone Audio performance issues can be a result of dirt, debris or other foreign matter trapped in the iPhone microphone or speaker covers (holes on the bottom of the iPhone), such as:
1. Low or distorted speaker volume while playing music or during a hands-free call.
2. Muffled low volume or distorted microphone.

iPhone Cleaning Tools:
Compressed-Gas Duster (Important: Follow all product safety precautions)
1. Turn off the iPhone (red slider).
2. To prevent damage to the mesh, hold the compressed-gas duster nozzle at least 1mm from the mesh. 3 direct short bursts from the compressed-gas duster directly at the mesh can blow out debris. Use in less than 5 second bursts.
Important: To prevent liquid gas (white spray) from being sprayed into the port:
i. Never shake or agitate the compressed-gas duster canister, or lay it on its side.
ii. Hold the can upright when using. Never tilt the can or spray the can upside-down.
iii. Before each use, clear the nozzle of any liquid gas: Hold the can upright, point the nozzle away from you, and spray several times until the stream is clear.

3. Apply 1 short burst at both ends at an angle to blow out any remaining debris.

Related Topic iPhone Inspection for Debris or Corrosion in Ports
How to Clean iPhone Headset Jack
How to Clean iPhone Dock Connector
iPhone Visual Inspection for Trobleshooting
What are All the Features Available in Android to Develop Application 2011   Privacy Policy  Terms of Service  Feedback