iPhone 7+ randomly unresponsive touch sensor

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by kawa636r, Oct 26, 2016.

  1. kawa636r macrumors regular

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    #1
    hello to everyone,

    i have got my iphone 7+, week 40 device, without any hissing (after 3 replacements) that has got a strange behaviour, happened on both 10.0.2, 10.1 beta4 and 5 and 10.1 stable;

    sometimes, when i unlock my iphone, the touch of the display is not recognising my commands, stays like ignoring them; in the same time, volume buttons, home touch and lock/unlock are working properly.

    for fixing it i need to lock device and unlock again.

    is anyone having got the same issue (letting me think for a software issue) or i'm the only one (hardware issue)?

    anyway i am afraid to change my device because i can get again an hissing sound and i don't want this.
     
  2. chronoflash macrumors member

    chronoflash

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    Sorry to head that.
     
  3. chronoflash macrumors member

    chronoflash

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    Seriously: most people here will tell you that you'll never be satisfied with your device no matter what. This is not my opinion as I cannot do with the idea that a reliable high-tech device should be picked up out of a batch of faltry units just like an orange out of a basket.

    My solution: have your phone replaced again but better go back to iPhone 6 Plus. They are more reliable phones since they have been on the market for long enough to have their weaknesses corrected. Whereas quality control is being made by users with newest 7 and 7+.
     

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