8 Solutions to Fix iPhone Touch Screen Not Working


My iPhone touch screen is not working? My iPhone touch screen unresponsive after iOS 11 update?
Here, we are going to show you several ways to help you fix the touch screen not working issue of iPhone.
Solution 1. Restart iPhone Device
Hold and press the sleep/wake button for a few seconds until the slider appears.
Then, slide the "Slide to power off" to power your device totally off.
Finally, turn it back on by pressing and holding the sleep/wake button until you see the Apple logo.

Solution 2. Adjust 3D Touch Sensitivity
Navigate to Settings.
Tap General.
Tap Accessibility.
Select 3D Touch.
Scroll down and tap on the 3D Touch option.
Now you can either toggle 3D Touch On/Off, or you could scroll down and adjust the sensitivity to Light, Medium, or Firm.

Solution 3. Diagnose Third-party Apps in Safe Mode.
Press and hold down the Power and Home buttons simultaneously until the screen turns black.
Next, release the Home button but continue holding down the Power button.
Hold the Volume Up when the Apple logo appears until the springboard loads up.
If you see no more tweaks under the Settings menu, you are already in Safe Mode. Now, all third-party apps and services are then disabled.

Solution 4. Free up Space on iPhone
Tap Settings from the Home screen.
Choose General.
Click on Storage & iCloud Usage
Click on Manage Storage.

Solution 5. Downgrade to Former iOS Version
As we know, not all generations of iPhones are suitable for upgrading to the new iOS 11 due to the incompatibility of the hardware. Therefore, some users might encounter the touch screen unresponsive after iOS 11 update issue.

Solution 6. Reset Your iPhone
Go to Settings.
Click on General.
Select Reset.
Select Erase All Content and Settings.

Solution 7. Restore Your iPhone with iTunes
Step 1. Connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer.
Step 2. Launch iTunes on your computer.
Step 3. Click on Device tab in the upper left corner of the iTunes window.
Step 4.Choose Summary from the menu on the left side.
Step 5. Select Restore Backup in iTunes.

Solution 8. Contact Professional Help
If all above troubleshooting methods cannot work, you should contact Apple support, go to an Apple Store, or visit an Apple authorized repair center for further assistance and recommendation.

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