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Don’t try to fix your iPhone 7 home button yourself

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Fixing any broken phone is a hassle, but if you have an iPhone, you really only have one safe option: repairing your device using an Apple-certified technicianIt ain’t cheap

You can take your mangled iPhone to an independent repair shop to shore up a cracked screen, certainly — but you’ll be kissing any semblance of an Apple warranty goodbye.

In the case of a broken home button on the iPhone 7, Apple appears to have taken an even more drastic step to ensure independent shops and home tinkerers from repairing their phoneMotherboard reports the iPhone 7 has a software lock that will keep the phone from unlocking if the key circuitry powering the home button is damaged or tampered with. Read more…

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Source: Microsoft

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