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iPhone 7 users are facing on of the biggest problem

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iPhone 7 users are facing on of the biggest problem
If you are iPhone 7 user, then we have some bad news for you. This is the problem faced by iPhone 7 users and reported on the different social networking site.

In a discussion thread on Apple's website, numerous iPhone 7 owners have been sharing their stories of chipped devices, starting in November 2016. We first heard about the complaints via Apple news site 9to5Mac.

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The chips seem to be appearing most often around the speaker grille and the buttons on the device, and multiple users are complaining it happened even though they kept their iPhones in cases and did nothing to damage them.

iPhone 7 Mate black

"The paint is starting to chip at the speaker grille and it is very disappointing from Apple. I have never dropped or knocked the phone against anything," one user complained.

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"I have this issue on my matte black too. I noticed it on my mute switch, 2 small dots that I initially thought was dust. But after cleaning it off I realized that it's the paint chipping off. So the next day I went down to my locals service center and try to make a warranty claim. But the staff said that cosmetic damages are not under warranty," another said in December.

"So I ended up selling my iPhone 7 and got a silver one and after another month I never notice any sort of paint chipping." (Other users also said they had had no issues with other iPhone 7 colors.)

iPhone 7 Mate Black

Another customer said (emphasis ours):

"I have the same issue! Not near the edges or buttons but on the back of the phone. There's one tiny spot smack dab in between the Apple logo and the edge of the device. I don't know how this happened given I use a lint roller on the pocket I keep the phone in and I have a screen protector and TPU case on, also I've never dropped it. I first thought this was dust on the device but realized it's not. it bothers me a 3/10, I try not to make a big deal out of anything that's not a least a 5/10 on the s**t that bugs me scale. I thought about getting a new one and selling the current but at this point, I think it could happen to the new one too."

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"I am using the matte black model and I realized a bit of the paint chipped off at my volume button too. I am a very meticulous user and it never happened with my old iPhone 6 model," one said in November 2016. They said they took into an Apple Service Provider but was told that "cosmetic damage isn't covered under warranty."

Till the time, we were writing this post, there was no official comment from Apple on the issue. Will get back to you once we have new updates on this issue.

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