iPhone 7 Detects Faulty Home Button, Automatically Enables Assistive Touch [Photo]

iPhone 7 Detects Faulty Home Button, Automatically Enables Assistive Touch [Photo]

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Apple's new iPhone 7 is able to detect issues with your Home button and will automatically enable Assistive Touch providing an onscreen Home button until your device is serviced, reports MacRumors forum member iwayne.

So plugged in my iPhone 7 to charge and it turned itself off. When i powered it back up this appeared on screen. Really Apple?

The message reads...

The Home Button May Need Service
In the meantime, you can use the onscreen Home button below.

The new solid state Home button on the iPhone 7 is designed to be durable, responsive, and pressure sensitive. It gives you precise tactile feedback as you press by working in tandem with a new Taptic Engine. You can even set its haptic feedback level to your liking.

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iPhone 7 Detects Faulty Home Button, Automatically Enables Assistive Touch [Photo]
JB - October 18, 2016 at 3:45am
Does it smoke when it detects a faulty battery
JB - October 17, 2016 at 8:24pm
Lawsuit, potentially knew the home button be defective
Chris - October 17, 2016 at 5:54pm
People say that since apple had the assistive touch automatically enable they must've known this solid-state button won't be as reliable. I think it has more to do with the operating system, iOS 10. The way you unlock your device is by clicking the home button; slide to unlock is gone. So if assistive touch didn't enable, your phone would be unusable until you fix the home button.
nickynick - October 17, 2016 at 2:05am
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nickynick - October 17, 2016 at 2:04am
I'd really appreciate you guys checking out my repair shop at Home helps me a lot! =]
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