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Here's what happens when the iPhone 7's home button dies

The new home button on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus has divided opinion. Apple has replaced the traditional, clicky button with one that doesn't actually move. Instead, a haptic engine, which Apple calls the Taptic Engine, responds to touches with subtle vibrations, giving the experience of movement.  Some social media users are complaining about the new Home button's weirdness.
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