iPhone 6s Home Button

Chengd600

macrumors newbie
Original poster
May 22, 2013
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Is anyone experiencing loud clicking sound when pressing the home button of the iPhone 6s and when you click it on the sides, it's completely silent. I'm guesing it's because of the touch ID sensor. Saw some complaints to the 6 and some on the 5s as well. If you do experience it, what did you do? Did you just ignored it or went to the apple genius bar?
 

invisibleshoes

macrumors 6502
Sep 20, 2014
287
287
They have always been like that. With usage over time, the "clicky" sound suppresses. The button on my 5S almost became silent.
 

that be me

macrumors 6502
Sep 12, 2013
387
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You can power down the device and use a single drop of rubbing alcohol. Press the button a few times, then let dry for a few minutes. Power on and your home button should be good to go.
 

MetalCores

macrumors regular
Apr 30, 2015
147
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Mosinee, WI
You can power down the device and use a single drop of rubbing alcohol. Press the button a few times, then let dry for a few minutes. Power on and your home button should be good to go.
We sell iPhone where I work and I've used this trick a few times and it actually works pretty well.
 
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