Also, it's important to note that you can't plug your iPhone 7/8/X headphones into it, as the lightning connector is exclusively for charging. One is that the glue being used to hold the phone together is weak or improperly applied. The owner shared pictures of the "burst" iPhone 8 Plus and it appears to be a very similar to the case with the iPhone 8 Plus in Taiwan. "This skew is stronger than iPhone 8 where 45 percent opted for 256GB model", RBC analyst Amit Daryanani wrote in a note, according to Business Insider. That was an already known bug on the new iPhone 8 devices, and one that Apple promised to fix a week ago.
It's common for some newly released smartphones to experience problems.
The cracked Taiwanese iPhone 8 Plus, courtesy of iFeng.
This was a smart move on Apple's part because many people like the design of the iPhone and prefer for it to remain the same.
Some 31.4% of respondents to a September poll by FT Confidential Research, a unit of the Financial Times, said they meant to buy a Huawei model for their next smartphone. It's ridiculous it took Apple this long to find a solution to this problem. There hasn't been too many accounts of this happening, but some iPhones have faulty batteries that expand when they get too hot and it causes the phone to split apart.
"It's intermittent - on some calls you can perfectly notice it on others no problem", reads an Apple user's comment on an official discussion board.
'Whether you want to charge in the auto, on the go or at home, the adapter makes it possible to listen to 3.5mm audio and power your iPhone, simultaneously, ' Apple says on its website. It's slightly more convenient than reaching for your charging cable; just place your iPhone on a wireless charging pad as if it were resting on a table.
If you are downgrading to iOS 10.3.3, then I would highly recommend that you make up your mind about it immediately.