Is my right / left iPhone speaker broken? One speaker doesn't work.

Sound will normally only come out of one opening on the bottom of the iPhone. One "speaker" is actually a microphone and the other is a speaker.

The original iPhone, iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS feature a speaker on the left side of the iPhone (with the iPhone screen facing up). The right side is a microphone and produces no sound.

The iPhone 4 has a microphone on the left (with the iPhone screen facing up). The right side is the speaker and produces all of the sound.


How can I increase the volume (make sound louder) on my iPhone speaker?

The iPhone speaker is good for a portable device, but it's not great. If you don't have a dock or external amplified speakers you can hook up to the headphone out jack you're stuck with the stock speaker. Here are a few tips to make the audio louder:

1. Maximize the volume within the app you're using by pressing the side volume buttons while you're already running the app.

2. Place the iPhone flat on a table and the volume will get a boost.


How do I transfer music or playlists from my iPhone to a computer?

Thanks to developer Chris Devor, you can now easily transfer music from an iPhone or iPod directly to any computer using Pod to PC. This freeware transfers music, videos and podcasts from your device to your computer and into iTunes.

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Music and playlists, along with track ratings, are recovered and Pod to PC will even tell you if there are duplicate entries already in your iTunes library. To begin, download and install Pod to PC on your computer. Mac users can download and install Pod to Mac.

My iPhone sometimes stops outputting sound after I remove my earbuds/headphones? How can I fix this?

Though the fix for this particular issue has remained unchanged for some time now - which can be surprising because it is so un-elegant - this issue continues to come to us from iPhoneFAQ readers. It also continues to pop up on Apple's iPhone discussion forums and on other iPhone related websites. So, we figured we'd publish the all-too-uninteresting solution.


DLO Releases portable iPhone Speakers that aren't kidding around

Geek alert! DLO (Digital Life Outfitters) has recently released a new pair of portable iPhone speakers that will probably have the technophile/electronista/nerd in you jumping for joy. With a design that is edgy and eye-catching, this latest offering from DLO - who manufactures a whole line of iPhone accessories - is also feature-packed and functional.

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The most noteable feature on these new speakers is a digital amplification system which is said to eliminate audio interference from TDMA cell phone signals. If you don't know what that is, TDMA signals cause interference which create that obnoxious buzzing sound you hear when


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