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This is the newest Vision, easy to install, don't need to connect Bluetooth will restore function
This button replaces a damaged iPhone home button and works as a standard clickable button.
Until now a replacement iPhone button would not work, and if damaged would render the iPhone button completely useless.
Now we have a new solution to fix this issue!
New and improved V3
With a simple one flex fit design, improved button feedback, and easier installation. Also, your Lightning earphones will still work
As you will already know, changing the home button on a Touch ID Apple device stops the Touch ID from working.
On top of this, with the introduction of haptic feedback in the iPhone 7 onwards, replacing the button now renders your iPhone home button completely useless. This is because Apple removed all moving parts (including the physical internal/clickable button) and relies solely on the Touch ID and digital interface.
Well, this has caused an uproar with many apple users who damaged their home buttons cannot fix them. That is until now, Some good news at last !!!
The engineers have been working hard to find a workaround, after a few months of trial and error we now have a great modification for the iPhone 7, this brings back the home button function (although not touch ID) but at least you can use the home button again!
What is it?
It’s a simple replacement home button for your iPhone, it been modified to allow a physical button to be present and function as your home button usually would and feels just like the iPhone 6s home button to use.
How is this version different from others?
The Chinese have been working on these for a while, earlier this year they released the first version at a cheaper price, although this worked as expected it did cause several issues with the phones normal function (usually caused overheating), and most were recalled if you see a cheap version in the market of this part be very wary.
They then released a stable version, but this also meant you had to change the charging port flex too. This worked, but again was flawed as it rendered the iPhone unable to use Lightning earphones, they simply won't work in this earlier version.
Yes, although the button function will be restored to its former glory (including Siri and double-tap) the Touch ID still won't function.
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