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iPhone interference?

Asked by pattyb (786points) March 5th, 2008 from iPhone

whrirrrrrr…tick tick tick. I hear it when I hook up to an external speaker. But today I heard it in my doctors office phone. I know it was my phone doing it because when I toggled airplane mode it was in sync with the interference. What is the cause? Why does it do this? And how to prevent it?

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pattyb's avatar

By the way, it was annoying the receptionist’s who work there. ( I never fessed up)

johnny0313x's avatar

every AT&T phone I’ve had has done that…. But not with verizon phones. So u r not alone .

blunckhouse's avatar

It’s GSM interference, and it’s not limited to AT&T or the iPhone.

squirbel's avatar

I can’t link it for you, but if you search Fluther for “iPhone” and “aluminum” you will find a solution!

trooman's avatar

It’s any phone from any service. It’s your phone tring to find a local tower I think. Like you said when I’m playing music in my car I put the phone in airplane mode or at least turn off wifi, that seems to cause the noise as well.

Riser's avatar

GSM attacks the same frequency that standard radio stations are on.

kfiz's avatar

Get Ultrasone headphones. They are made of MU Metal so you won’t hear that at all!

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