No one here knows what Apple is working on... we're just users like you.
Try a reset by pressing the home and sleep buttons until you see the Apple logo, ignoring the slider. Takes about 5-15 secs of button holding and you won't lose any data or settings.
If still a problem restore with your backup.
If still a problem restore as new, i.e. without your backup. See how it runs with nothing synced to it.
If still a problem, it's likely a hardware or carrier issue.
Thanks for the reply paullcb,
I have reset in the past with no help. I think it is a hardware problem and there are a lot of posts in discussion groups concerning this static problem. No won has been able to resolve it yet. It seem to be an old problem involving the IPhone 3, 4 and 4S. I was wondering if the IPhone 5 still has the problem? If is does I am going to have to change from Apple which I do not want to do, everything is use is Apple. Maybe someone at Apple will monitor the board and work on the Static Issue.
Did you try the other troubleshooting steps?
While I've read about your issue here, I know many people with iPhones, none of which complain about static.
You can provide feedback to Apple here... http://www.apple.com/feedback/iphone.html
Thanks I will use the feedback site and see if there is a fix..
BTW there are way to many folks out there with the static problem, many have gone to
Apple and recieved replacement phones that sill have the problem.
I have trouble shot all that I can think of doing and believe it is the phone because it happens everywhere I seem to be including out of State. It is very disturbing to me because any issues I have every had with Apple products have been taken care of. NOthing is perfect I realise that but a phone with static is unexceptable.