iPhone 6 - Major Touch Screen issue

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by musicinmyheart, Sep 30, 2015.

  1. musicinmyheart macrumors newbie

    musicinmyheart

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    Had major freezing and charging issues on iphone 6 went in last thursday and got a new unit form apple

    since last three days it has been freeezing my touch scren like anything

    https://vid.me/H19y

    here is a video of it

    anyone else had this happen? happened on 8.4.1 and i updated to 9.0.1 same issue
     
  2. timeconsumer macrumors 65816

    timeconsumer

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    I have the same exact issue. It only occurs occasionally though and I didn't notice it until 8.4.1. I'm going to install 9.0.2 soon, hopefully that will fix it.
     
  3. musicinmyheart thread starter macrumors newbie

    musicinmyheart

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    I am installing 9.0.2 now but this is just stupid. But what scares me is that it happened in 8.4.1 making me think this is a hardware vs. a software issue.

    The quality of apple products has really gone down!
     
  4. digitard macrumors 6502a

    digitard

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    I wouldn't necessarily say that... but the higher production volumes makes it more noticeable most likely.

    I think it's something like 4% of products have failures. Maybe it's less, but let's say 4%.

    If Apple sold 12m iPhone 6S series devices just on launch that's over 400,000 issues based on a standard failure rate. The more they produce, the more potentially affected units go into the wild.

    In short, the more popular a product is, and the more they produce... you've got more devices in the wild that are expected just by industry rates to fail.

    NOTE: I know you have a non-S unit, but I was just saying the S since they announced the 12m+ already so it was an easy number to example out.
     
  5. timeconsumer macrumors 65816

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    I can't speak on the hardware vs software issue. But it does seem that the quality of Apple products has gone down. iOS 8 was bad for me and iOS 9 has had two updates since release, is this the fastest that Apple has released a X.0.1 to be shortly followed up by a X.0.2?
     
  6. musicinmyheart thread starter macrumors newbie

    musicinmyheart

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    They definitely don't stand up to the quality and reliability standards that they had set for them selves before
     

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