iPhone 7 & 7+ plus grayed out speaker icon is a symptom of "loop disease" which can effect aging iphone and 7 plus devices
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For the past six months, itechfixit has been receiving large numbers of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus devices with a similar issue: one of the pads that connects the audio chip, which is located on the motherboard near the SIM card tray, has come loose.
The early symptoms are a grayed-out Voice Memos icon, a grayed-out “speaker” button during phone calls, or intermittent freezing. Eventually, the phone can get stuck on the Apple logo instead of powering on. itechFixit calls the issue “loop disease,” in reference to “touch disease,” a similar issue that affected thousands of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus units starting around 2016.
The repair involves removing the audio chip, then solder a small segment of wire underneath it to repair the connection
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