Anyone else experience slight clicking when pressing firmly in iPhone screen?

Jason1978

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Sep 18, 2013
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I mean pressing with both hands slightly and hearing the smallest of clicks each time. What does this mean? This is the third iPhone 6 that has done this. Don't want to replace again if I don't have to.

Thanks guys
 

Jason1978

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Sep 18, 2013
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I just noticed how that when I push in I can literally notice the top side of the phone (where the glass meets the black plate) push in a little downwards. Is that normal?
 

Jason1978

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Sep 18, 2013
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Anyone else experience slight clicking when pressing firmly in iPhone screen?

Like why can't apples build quality be better? I always upgrade and now I'm wondering why. I'm stuck with a phone that isn't 100% perfect
 

bushman4

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Mar 22, 2011
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Did You take the plastic off of the back. Sometimes it gets bunched up or makes a crackling sound if you leave it in
 

darkonex

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Why are people pressing on their screens? You know you never have to press, as in actually put pressure on it to use it, I don't get wtf you'd do that!? They probably aren't designed to do that because you don't ever HAVE to do that!
 

MassiveAttack

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Mar 28, 2010
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Let me explain this like I'm talking to a two year old. It's called a capacitive touch screen which means you only have to touch your screen not press on it. I sear some of you never cease to amaze me. You create issues when there are no issues :rolleyes:
 
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