Hey all, I have an iPhone 5s that was under warranty until about a week ago (ugh.), and I've noticed that Touch ID no longer works. Resting my finger on the home button doesn't even give me the "try again" error I get about half the time. So I rebooted the phone, and now all my fingerprints are gone in the Touch ID settings, and I get an instant "Failed" (sorry, the operation was not successful. Please go back and try again.) error when trying to enroll. If I had to guess, I'd say the fingerprint sensor ribbon cable came loose or something to that effect.... I'm jailbroken, and I'd like to stay that way, but I'll update to iOS 8 before I open it up and check the ribbon cable, I'd rather not take it apart at all. Otherwise, I have a Genius Bar appointment in about a week (earliest I could get ANY time), maybe I'll get lucky with a free out-of-warranty replacement. Does anyone have any experience with this issue? I've been Googling around, and it seems to only happen when people drop their phones, which is something I honestly have not done. I know some people lie on forums (as if we're the Apple Genius you'll be pleading to), but I'm being completely honest when I say, yes I've dropped my phone, but Touch ID has worked afterwards. Otherwise, I do take my phone in the shower with me, albeit on the other side of the bathroom, but it still gets pretty steamy, and my hands tend to be a little wet when I go to check it or whatever once I get out. So maybe that's it, though I'd expect something like the Lightning port to stop working before the fingerprint sensor.... Anyway, I'll keep this thread updated with my findings as I try iOS 8 and taking it apart... and eventually taking it to a Genius.