Iphone home button changes

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by lalacharlee, Feb 6, 2013.

  1. macrumors member

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    When I first got my iphone, about a month ago I noticed 2 weeks in it had a wiggly/loose home button that was also soft to press

    Now just today and yesterday it's become firmer and harder to press, not unresponsive, it's reacting to my clicks. But it seems to be changing.

    I'm thinking since it's not unresponsive I'll just wait it out, since I have 11 months of warranty left, and if it starts acting up I'll trade it in (it's a pain since there's no apple stores in my country and I'd have to pay a fee to get a refurb sent first, that's why I'm hesitant.)

    I'm OCD with electronics, especially if I cash out 900 dollars on an iphone that starts showing signs of upcoming problems.

    Any info that may help?
    I'm sorry but I only want suggestions on what may be happening, if people have had similar issues. Sending it into apple for a replacement isn't much help because I already know this. Thanks for suggestions to people who make them :)
     
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    macingman

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    Why worry about it if it is not broken yet? It's normally just use that changes the home button.
     
  3. thread starter macrumors member

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    Yeah, that's why I'm hesitant and telling myself I'll wait incase something happens.
    I'm not gonna throw a little fit over something that probably won't be an issue. All feedback is helpful though :)
     
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    You won't throw a fit but you'll make a thread.... I would rather of you thrown that fit.

    If you're not happy with your phone take it to apple and see what they'll do for you.
     
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    Interstella5555

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    Throwing a fit a being picky aren't OCD. I'm also not sure what you want people to say, if it's a problem for you, get the phone replaced, if it's not, keep it.
     

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