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These are some common issues iPhone users complain the most about – Times of India

Wherever you may be in the world, chances are that the issues that crop up with your smartphone are rather common and shared by others. According to a report by 9to5Mac, iPhone users have complained about some such common issues. Based on the research of Freedom Mobiles, a list of over 130 keywords was compiled to find the most searched iPhone problems on Google.
As per the report, “iPhone is disabled, connect to iTunes” is the most common iPhone issue around the world. This particular keyword has an average average Global Search volume of 42,000 monthly searches. Why this issue occurs? In most cases it is after a users end up guessing their password wrong 10 times. Not surprisingly, the next most common issue is “forgot iPhone passcode” which has monthly search volume of 38,000, followed by “FaceID not working”, which was searched 32,000 times.
In the US and the UK, some of the other common issues are “iPhone not charging”, “iPhone stuck on Apple logo”. The other issues with iPhone that people search for include “AirPods not connecting to iPhone”, “iPhone won’t turn on”, “liquid detected in lightning connector”, and “CarPlay not working”. Now, these are issues — not all of them — that perhaps may have been encountered by iPhone users across the world.
Meanwhile, Apple is gearing up to launch its next generation of iPhones. Every year Apple unveils the new iPhones in September and this year isn’t expected to be any different. Although Apple hasn’t announced any launch date yet, it is rumoured that iPhone will be launched in the second week of September.


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