Just upgraded from the iPhone 6 to the iphone 7 and have a few niggles and wondered if anyone can help please? Firstly is there any way to turn the 'click' off the home button completely or can you only change the intensity? I wondered what it was at first and thought there was something loose or something with the casing lol. Ideally I'd like to turn it off as it still feels like this to me. When scrolling black test kind of blurs (very very subtly) with a very slight green tinge, almost like chromatic aberrations you get with photography. Is this just a 'characteristic' of the new screen? I'm sure this will be a case of some people seeing it and some not if it is indeed normal, just like other LCD 'phenomena'. Finally a question about the taboo yellow screen, bare with me here Are all/the vast vast majority of iphone 7 screens like this or is it like the older models where it's hit and miss what hue you'll get? The reason I ask is that I do a lot of photography and calibrate my iMac and MacBook Pro screen to get accurate colours and it's therefore important that my iPad and iPhone screens match my computers as much as possible for continuity. My iPhone 7 is very warm in comparison to my calibrated screens and so I'd like to swap it if possible if there's a chance I'll get a cooler one. I know you can change the tint in settings but the intensity slider is still too strong on the lowest setting and so guess too far the other way. I've spent a long time trying to calibrate it and it's just not right. Any help appreciated.