It appears that the Galaxy Note 7 is not the only smartphone on the market with problems, the iPhone 7 may have some time.

This comes after a number of reports this week that the new iPhone 7 will make a hissing sound when its processor is subjected to a heavy workload.

It’s unclear what the source of the problem is yet, however, users have reported that they can hear a hissing sound from the back of the device, which could mean that it is coming from the processor.

512 Pixels’ Stephen Hackett was one of the first people to have reported this issue, after which, AppleCare told him to visit an Apple Store to get it replaced, according to Hackett.

He posted the video below to show people just what is going on.

Apple has yet to comment on the issue, however, if they do we will be sure to update you.

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