I have always fervently refused to update the software on my iPhone 4S for fear of glitches and for my love of the original skeuomorphic iOS 6. However, my phone's software was becoming a bit slow and I thought maybe it was time to update to iOS 7. This was on July 18. I hoped that this would solve the slowness and occasional unresponsiveness by the touchscreen. Was I terribly and agonizingly wrong! After updating, I proceeded to activate the phone by entering my Apple ID, etc. But I can't get passed this! After pressing "agree" to the contract, a popup menu asks, yet again, if you agree. However, I cannot press "agree" because with the software update. My iPhone 4S now refuses to respond to these popup menus, regardless of the content. It's as if the software does not recognize that there are clickable options on the screen. All of my other buttons function well. Everything else works. I just can't choose an option in this menu! I am extremely frustrated and would be utterly disappointed had I not expected complications. I've tried restarting the phone. Nothing. I've also tried selecting different options as an alternative route, to avoid popup menus. One eventually always comes up. And I can't restore my phone in iTunes because I cannot give permission to iTunes to access the phone. Why? Because with the new update, I cannot use the popup menu that asks you to give the permission to the computer. Is there any hope? Has anyone ever experienced this issue? Does anyone have suggestions on how to fix it? Would the apple store be able to help?