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India Iphone touch screen (bottom portion) not responding

I have the same problem,
i dropped my iPhone from hand and the lower bottom of the screen seems to be not responding to touch.

rest everything is fine, i tried restoring / upgrading / downgrading / jailbreaking everything..

the software seems to be good..

i have a Unlocked iPhone, so is it ok to go to apple store to get it replaced
more over im in India, can i mail apple store?

please answer...

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  • Anonymous May 06, 2008

    iphone screen touchpad not working so
    what i have to do

  • Anonymous May 07, 2008

    the bottom of the screen does not respond to touch

  • lakkiroy
    lakkiroy May 09, 2008

    Thanks for your comments!

    so i need to get it repaired.
    any good reference ?

  • abhaysachdev Sep 27, 2008

    hi



    i also have the same problem where in my top half of the touch screen is not working. has anyone found the solution. Does restoring help.

    please revert.



    abhay

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As you have already said your iPhone has been tampered with, you have an Unlocked iPhone which renders the warranty Void, even if you put the phone back to defaults once the iPhone is in Apple's hands the software tools they run against your phone will tell them it has been hacked and you will get no support.

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