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I have an iphone 3GS, and about a week or so ago when I connected to itunes, it said there was an update for my phone. Every since the upgrade, I've had audio issues when playing music from my iphone when plugged in from the charging port (my truck has a USB jack so I can plug in the standard iphone/ipod cable and my truck stereo will control the iphone or ipod music). When listening to music from the headphone jack, the sound is clear. When listening as described above, it almost sounds like there are skips in the music. My Nano sounds fine when I connect it the same way, so I know it's not my truck's stereo or the cable. I'm assuming it's related to the latest iphone software update.

Has anyone else experienced this? Any suggestions?

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I have an iphone 3GS, and about a week or so ago when I connected to itunes, it said there was an update for my phone. Every since the upgrade, I've had audio issues when playing music from my iphone when plugged in from the charging port (my truck has a USB jack so I can plug in the standard iphone/ipod cable and my truck stereo will control the iphone or ipod music). When listening to music from the headphone jack, the sound is clear. When listening as described above, it almost sounds like there are skips in the music. My Nano sounds fine when I connect it the same way, so I know it's not my truck's stereo or the cable. I'm assuming it's related to the latest iphone software update.

Has anyone else experienced this? Any suggestions?

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The latest iPhone update works great if you have an iPhone 4. However, the general consensus is that iPhone 3G and 3GS users should skip the update as it causes more problems than it's worth. Google around and find out how to downgrade back to version 3.1.3 which is the best for your phone.

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