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Iphone touch-screen My Iphone touch screen has stopped working and I am unable to calibrate touch screen - it just won't work. Whenever I select pen calibration and it takes me to the screen to perform function, when I click the screen with stylus nothing happens-it remains at that screen. Comment by Guest, posted on May 26, 2008 my iphone touch screen is not working.i am able to release the lock , but unable to access the menu or any of my contacts. This is my problem and I have been unable to locate the solution or answer that was given to the previous poster. Please respond with help----even if the help says; 'get a new one'! I need service to function in my work/life. Thank you, Bobby Cutsinger II bcutsinger@msn.com

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  • Marccucci Jan 19, 2009

    After switching on my iphone when i try to enter my password some numbers do not work and some does! Even if i try and switch it on without sim it still gives me problems cause i can't use the touch screen as well!
    Your help will be apreciated

    C.Jay

    C.jay@webmail.co.za

  • Anonymous May 15, 2009

    i ha ve the same problem
    my model is I 9

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Sir whats ur model\????

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