I've had a 6 Plus for about a month, and I can't get used to the home button on it. It works fine, TouchID is great, Reachability works great. Clicking works fine. I'm not sure if am looking for faults though, but when I use Reachability, the button sounds a little loose. The button itself doesn't appear to be loose, there is the tiniest amount of play in it, but nothing that would cause any concern. It just sounds, I dunno, hollow. And when I tap it, granted it's only in quiet rooms it's noticeable, at least to me, it makes like this slight hollow rattle. It's kinda hard to explain. I have an iPad 3, and yes, it's not TouchID, but the button feels way more solid than my 6 Plus' does, my 6 Plus button feels cheap. I have compared it against friends 6 Plus', those have issues too. Some have real loud harsh clicks, some have buttons which you can move around, and my brothers has a gritty click like something it's full of dirt. I can't check if using Reachability does the same thing on their phones because obviously I'm out in the pub or whatever with them so can't hear. Their clicks seem way more harsh that mine does, though. It just bugs me a little because it doesn't feel right. Has anybody else noticed this, or have a fix for it? It works so am not wanting to replace the phone, but this issue just bugs me. EDIT: Apparently I made a thread like this already, whoops. Ah well, I'll still take other replies. Cheers.