Currently Being ModeratedJan 5, 2013 4:54 PM (in response to navyinblue)
Yes, I have this too. Have you got this resolved? Here was what I posted.
On the iPhone 5, with headphones, you can hear a slight static click just before a sound it initiated-keyboard opens, music starts playing, etc. If you are on contacts and click the keypad tab(switch between keypad and contact tabs is very evident) it also happens. You can also hear it quite well from the going from the home screen to spotlight search and back-of course mute has to be off and keyboard clicks have to be enabled.
Tried 3 different iPhone 5s, all there. 6 different headphones, all there. 4S has it but much less pronounced. Seems to be the audio amplifier turning on/off. I would have thought they could have eliminated the static popping noise a bit better.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 23, 2013 3:44 PM (in response to alwaystubed)
You can also hear it quite well from the going from the home screen to spotlight search and back
Yep. I have the exact same problem.
If anyone comes up with a fix, please let us know .
Currently Being ModeratedMar 9, 2013 7:30 PM (in response to navyinblue)
If theproblem continues even afer an update then bring it back to an Apple Store and the will replace it at no charge if it a maufacturing defect and not somthing caused by you. Mine crashed everytime I updated it and brough it in twce so they just replaced it at no cost.