You may feel your iPhone vibrates while listening to music. Many people come across this problem on their phones. An iPhone has a built-in speaker which lets you hear audio when you play any music.
This article will help you solve the problem of how you can reduce this vibration that you feel on the touchscreen while playing any audio.
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The latest models of the iPhone starting from the iPhone 7 are water-resistant. This feature means that no liquid particle can enter and harm the device. Which requires it to have a specific closed structure. Moreover, one of the shortcomings of the device due to its closed structure is that it can cause some vibrations when the volume button is on high. iPhones with a little thinner structure usually have this problem. Therefore, Slight vibrations are normal when the volume is really high.
How to Fix iPhone vibration
Since it is a normal behavior in these phones, you cannot completely get rid of it. But yes, we can minimize it. Follow the steps to fix below.
- Tap Settings and click Accessibility.
- Then Tap Audio/Visual (under the hearing section).
- Find the Balance slider.
- Drag the slider all the way to the L.
Note: if you are listening to music on wireless Bluetooth earphones/speakers, you may have to adjust this slider again (to re-enter it).
If you feel any tapping on the iPhone when the sound is on, this is called haptic feedback/system haptics. This can be turned off by going to
- Settings > Sounds & Haptics.
- Scroll down and turn off System Haptics.
Also, if you face this issue while playing music through a third-party app like Pandora, etc. or playing certain games, you may have to contact the service center. And if the iPhone vibrates excessively, contact Apple Support.