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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: markus weiher ,

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an iPhone touch screen should never need any pressure - it's not a resistive touch screen - it's capacitive [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Touchscreen|(CLICK for the Wikipedia page)]

sending it to apple wouldn't make any sense - the warranty is gone and the would charge a "little" bit more than a new touch screen would cost.

i would check the connectors first, it's also possible that the "touch layer" isn't fitted properly or defective.

the only way to find out is to open the iPhone again

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