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Apple’s got a quick fix if your iPhone 7 home button stops working

In a lot of ways, the latest iPhone is radically different. Apple has left virtually no component untouched, with the home button no exception. The old-school mechanical “click” mechanism has been replaced with a solid-state one. This uses Apple’s “taptic engine”, and contains no moving parts. This change was one of the many taken to give the phone its IP67 waterproof rating.
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