Lots of people that own iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Max have complained about having challenges with the touch screen. Certain people gave reported cases of certain parts of their iPhone screen not functioning properly. There have also been reported cases of other touchscreen challenges that are similar. Contained in this guide are ways to fix issues of your touchscreen not being as responsive as it should be.
There are times when the bottom end of the screen of iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Max is not as responsive. Due to this, users of this phone will need to ensure that their apps are positioned in the middle of the screen so that they can make use of it without any challenges.
Factors Responsible for iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Max Screen Malfunctioning
- There are times the shipping process of iPhone is rough. This might make the screen messed up.
- Sometimes, software bugs are responsible for the touchscreen issues associated with iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Max. This problem can be remedied by taking advantage of software updates released by Apple. While this is effective, it can take a while.
How to Remedy iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Max Faulty Screen
- Carry out Factory Reset
- Put on your iPhone
- Head to settings and click on General
- Click on Reset
- Fill in your Apple ID. This should be followed by your Apple ID Password.
- This will take a while so you will need to be patient
- When your iPhone has been reset. The welcome screen will pop up and you will get an instruction to swipe to the next phase.
Erase Phone Cache
Click in Settings- General- Storage and iCloud Usage. The next thing to be done is to click “Manage Storage”. Once done, click an item located in Documents and Data. This should be followed by sliding items that are not needed towards the left and delete them afterward. The last thing to be done is to click on Edit-Delete All. This will help you get rid of the app’s data.
Carry Out a Hard Reset
Prior to carrying out a hard reset on your iPhone, always note that doing this will take out all apps and data. This means you have to back up your phone if you do not want to lose any data. To back up your phone, go to Settings-Backup and reset.
- Hold the iPhone Home Button and sleep/wake button simultaneously. This should be done for about 10 seconds
- Doing this will take your phone through a process until all files are backed up.
Take Out the SIM Card
Switch off your phone, take out your SIM card, insert the SIM card and turn the phone on again.