In a new memo, the tech giant said it is aware of the bug affecting users, specifically saying customers could face problems with Siri not being able to hear them, recording voice memos, and conducting phone calls
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After the recent launch of its Watch Series 8, Apple has reportedly told users they are likely to face microphone issues, including when they try to use Siri, or try to make a phone call.
According to MacRumors, users have complained of their Apple Watch Series 8 and Ultra's microphone becoming unresponsive for an extended period, resulting in apps that depend on the microphone causing errors or ceasing to function altogether.
In a new memo, the tech giant said it is aware of the bug affecting users, specifically saying customers could face problems with Siri not being able to hear them, recording voice memos, and conducting phone calls.
A "Measurement Suspended" message may also appear in the Noise app.
Apple said that restarting the Apple Watch may temporarily fix the problem and suggests the problem is not hardware related.
The tech giant in the memo said that users should remain updated to the latest watchOS version, indicating a fix could soon be released.
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