youknome

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Hi,

iPhone 6 on iOS 8.0.2 I don't know if anyone help is experiencing the same problem.

My touch screen doesn't feel that responsive. For example if I go through menus in settings I find myself tapping random menu links twice and trying to scroll twice.

I was thinking it might be software but maybe hardware?
 

Trebuin

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Jun 3, 2008
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Hi,

iPhone 6 on iOS 8.0.2 I don't know if anyone help is experiencing the same problem.

My touch screen doesn't feel that responsive. For example if I go through menus in settings I find myself tapping random menu links twice and trying to scroll twice.

I was thinking it might be software but maybe hardware?

I would side with you on the touch screen not being as responsive, it's hard to drag icons and get the screen to scroll left for me.
 
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youknome

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Nov 22, 2010
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I was thinking hardware but seems to me that others are having issues with iOS 8 too.

From memory iOS 8 has seemed to be the worst of the lot.
 
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youknome

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Nov 22, 2010
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I wouldn't say that too loudly around here; you're likely to be jumped.

Well it's true though. iOS 8 is awful.

This is so random therefore annoying having to tap buttons/menu links twice after scrolling down a page.
Anyone else with this problem?
 
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Trebuin

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Jun 3, 2008
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It would be nice if it's a simple software fix to this...I hate having to move icons to the task bar, swipe to the page, then drag it into position...that's just annoying. There could be a touch calibration, but I'm not aware of that. Plus, my hands are in horrible shape. Happens when you get nearly blown up twice.
 
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youknome

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I agree, just waiting on some more folks to confirm whether this is a problem.

If so, I might just return the iPhone as I am within my 14 days.
 
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