I took my 6S Plus in to a third party repair shop for loud speaker replacement; after repair, my home button started having problems, it was seldom working; i took it back to the shop, they replaced the home button, telling me that I will no longer have touch id; when asked what happened to the home button in the first place, they said it's common that the home button starts having problems. i'm having a lot of trouble accepting this shady information. the button was working perfectly fine; i take it in for repair, unrelated to the home button, and now my home button seldom works. this is an old phone that has been handed down to the kids, so not having touch id is fine, but still, this is some shady info and practice. i have taken my phones in to third party repair shops a few times and they've ALL been bad experiences. I don't know if the Apple store does these kinds of repairs but I will be going straight there next time I need something repaired.
Meticulous battery replacement on iPhone 6S, careful not to stress any cabling, assembled and then, presto, home button not functioning! Growl..... Undo all connections and re-do and presto, home button still not working. Read all the conversation on this and conclude that there are no gold clips, just fairly clean. Plan to take it into Apple Genius Bar and possibly call the minister. I hesitate to upgrade, because 6S is the last iPhone with audio jack and I won't put wireless earbuds next to my brain. I would appreciate any help on this, if anyone knows what to do. Thanks in advance.
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