iPhone X Problems With Touch Screen (Solved)
When you can’t press on the screen on your iPhone X, the first thing that comes to your mind is that the screen is broken, hence it should be replaced. However, as we always mention in all of our guides, not all hardware issues are caused by broken parts or chips on your phone. Most of the time, it’s because there’s a bug or an issue on your software that’s causing the problem. In this article, we’ll be showing you whether you need to bring your phone to the nearest Apple Center or you just have to tweak on some stuff on your phone. So without further ado, here are the reasons why your touchscreen is malfunctioning and what you should do with it.
Why is my Touchscreen not working?
- Most of the times upon the shipment process, the touchscreen of your iPhone X collides into hard objects or fall, resulting to a faulty touchscreen.
- Most of the times, too, your phone suffers from bugs and software issues that results for your touchscreen not to be accessible. Though Apple releases updates that solve the issue, know that it would take time for developers to be able to adhere to it.
How to Fix your Touchscreen
Performing a Factory Reset
- Open your Smartphone
- Head on to the Settings application then choose General
- Search then tap Reset
- Type in your Apple ID and Apple ID password
- Wait for a few minutes as the rebooting of your phone should take a while
- Once it’s done, the welcome screen will appear saying “Swipe to Continue”
Performing a Hard Reset
Before doing this, please note that performing a hard reset will junk and erase all setting, data, and applications on your phone. We advise you to create a backup before doing this. To backup your phone, go to Settings > Backup & reset. To know more about this matter, please go to this link how to hard reset iPhone X.
- Long press the home and sleep button simultaneously
- Hold it for 10 seconds
- Before the backup initialization process start, your phone will go through an unusual process
- After the process is done, it’ll automatically go to your home screen
Clear your Phone’s Cache
Open your phone > Go to the Settings Application > General > Storage & iCloud Usage. Afterwards, choose Manage Storage. Then that press an item in Documents and Data. After that, swipe in leftward motion items you want to junk then press Delete. Lastly, press Edit > Delete All to remove all the application’s data.
Pull out your Sim Card
Shutdown your smartphone. Pull out your SIM card then reinsert it again. Afterwards, boot your iPhone X to see if the issue has been solved.