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Facing issue after switching to iOS15? Apple users report touch problems post update

Many sites, including Twitter, Reddit, Forums, and Apple's Support website, have received reports of iPhone 13 models experiencing touch problems. Users are experiencing tap to wake issues as well as various instances of system-wide and in-app touch inputs not responding.

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California, First Published Oct 1, 2021, 1:04 PM IST
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Several iPhone customers, especially iPhone 13 owners, have reported occasional touchscreen problems with their handsets. This occurs when iPhones fail to respond to user touch inputs, sometimes necessitating a complete device force restart to resolve the issue. Many sites, including Twitter, Reddit, Forums, and Apple's Support website, have received reports of iPhone 13 models experiencing touch problems. Users are experiencing tap to wake issues as well as various instances of system-wide and in-app touch inputs not responding.

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It is no longer only iPhone 13 owners who are experiencing touch sensitivity issues. If the problem had been limited to iPhone 13 users, it might have been narrowed down to a probable hardware issue with specific iPhone 13 models. However, users of older iPhone models are reporting touch problems after switching to iOS 15. This indicates that it is most likely a software bug. Since its release a few weeks ago, iOS 15 has been plagued by several problems. Bugs include iPhone 13, Apple Watch, device storage, Apple Music, and other features.

Apple has pledged to provide a software update to fix many of the issues that consumers have been experiencing with iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 devices. Given the number of difficulties that have been reported, Apple may release iOS 15.0.1 shortly to fix these concerns.

 

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In other news, Apple has now allowed users to review and evaluate its applications, including Mail, Music, News, Stocks, and Calculator. The new modifications, originally spotted by 9to5Mac, occurred after iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 for iPhones and iPads, respectively. However, the app store listings continue to lack the number of downloads that the Google Play app store has displayed for quite some time. Several of Apple's native applications now have low ratings; nevertheless, it is too early to obtain a clearer picture.

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