I have an iPhone 7+ 256gb that for some odd reason, decided to have the home button fail. Not entirely though, which is strange. The fingerprint reading works perfectly fine. But I can't "press" the button at all. And no other issues with the phone at all. The phone actually detected the problem and it automatically popped up the software button on the screen (I think it's called Assistive Touch). It's out of warranty now, but took it to the local Apple Store Genius Bar anyway. They reviewed it and said the entire display would need to be replaced which costs $169+tax (so about $183). They checked it and said there was no water damage or anything but odd that it failed. Now, I'm thinking of perhaps getting an 8+, but have a few options. A.) Save the money and just deal with having a fingerprint button plus a software button as it is now B.) Replace the display for ~$183 and keep the 7+ C.) Replace the display for ~$183 and sell the 7+ (maybe ~$500) to put towards a new 8+ D.) Don't replace the display and sell it as-is at a reduced cost (maybe ~$300). What would you do? Thanks!