The digitizer one day just stopped responding. I swapped it out with another one and same issue. I then tried the original what I thought was a bad digitizer on another iphone and it works fine. I am 100% confident that connections 1, 2, and 3 are secure. Is this a motherboard issue or is there something else that I can try
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I must say I lost my patience a week ago, when my apple iPhone was not responding to me. I was so angry and I didn't know what I should be doing to this. I decided to check it out myself, by referring to some online tutorial videos. I tried many ways, but nothing worked out well. So finally I gave up, and decided to visit the local apple store near me. This indeed helped me to find and sort out the issue immediately. After the issue was solved, I regretted for not having chosen to immediately show it to the service centre, and for simply wasting out time, trying to resolve the issue on my own.
Have you tried to see if it is working with another stereo or sound system when connected? Try this, if issue persists, I would try a full back up and restore via iTunes on your computer. Please make sure you do the back up before restoring to prevent any data loss. After restoring the iPhone, it'll give you 2 options:
1. Setup as new device OR 2. Restore from a backup
At this point, you would want to set it up as a new device to see if we can determine a hardware or software issue with the iPhone. If the issue persists, then it's a hardware issue and if the iPhone itself is still within its hardware warranty you can take it into an Apple Retail Store, or call AppleCare Technical Support and they can get it replaced for you.
You would have to make an appointment to take it into an Apple Retail Store before taking it in though, but this is definitely the quickest way to get your replacement as you'll get it on the spot.
If you choose to get the replacement through the Technical Support team, they can make that appointment for you, otherwise they have a few mail-in options available to you as well.
Hi. Hook it up to your PC. Run iTunes. On your left in the iTunes - find your iPhone. Click on it. My iPhone dialog will appear. There you will find buttons: Updates and Restore. Prior to pressing RESTORE button, check if you synchronized your CONTACTS with either Outlook (my suggestion) or any other addresse book. When you synchronized the contacts, click RESTORE. It will set your iPhone to the factory settings. |Check, if everything is working properly. Do the contact synchronization. If you still have an issue with the touchscreen - go for warranty exchange :) Hope this solves your problem
Restore your phone and take it back to the apple store for service. There is nothing that a fresh jailbreak does that will cause any part of your screen to stop responding. Sadly, It sounds like your phone may be defective.
It sounds like a hardware problem, not software. I would try calling 1800myiphone(180069474663). Yes that is one digit more than normal but it is a specific iphone help line. I've had to use it before.