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Why am I having touch issues after screen replacement?

I have replaced 2 separate iPhone XR screens lately. Both repairs I’ve followed very well instructions and done everything by the book. Both devices have started acting up after repair. My biggest issue is the touch screen not responding, ghost touch, clicking when nobody’s touching it. I’ve tried putting other screens on it and still happens. What could be the cause? Let me know if you need additional info. Thanks

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The screen has touch sensitively variations as a result of manufacturing tolerances. Apple has a machine to calibrate individual screens, you don’t. So you can only keep swapping screens until you find one more ore less matches with your phone.

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@tomchai ok, this makes sense. So did the just start doing that with the iPhone X line? I know I haven’t ran into this issue with any older devices.

Is there anyway to mess with settings?


Calibration is present since always, but starting with iPhone 6s, 3D Touch May need greater attention to calibration and starting with iPhone 7, screen sensitivity from various suppliers drift away significantly, requiring calibration or keep trying your luck to function properly.


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