It probably sounds strange, but I do miss the old style of the home button since Apple introduced TouchID. As TouchID probably requires a flat surface to properly read the fingerprint, I understand that they had to get rid of the smoothly curved concave button of the past (which simply felt good to the touch). And the square with rounded edges had to go for the same reason, I believe. But the new button now shows a small rim where the old button's edge was flush with the bezel. It looks a bit - unfinished. And the new button (at least in the iPhone 6+) sounds and feels - in comparison - awfully cheap when pressed, where the old button has a more smooth and saturated click to offer. Call me crazy, but being used to Apple's normal attention to even the smallest details, I feel they neglected this aspect with the new home buttons. Anyone feeling the same or is everyone happy with their TouchID buttons in recent iPads?