iPhone Touch Screen Not Working or Unresponsive: Tips to Fix the Issue

We know how frustrating it is when your iPhone touch screen becomes unresponsive. That's why we've come up with this complete guide to fix the unresponsive screen of iPhone 6/6 Plus, 6s/6s Plus, 7/7 Plus, 8/8 Plus, X, Xs/Xs Max, and XR. Take a look!

Frankly speaking, I’ve encountered quite a few situations where my iPhone touch screen was just not working or became completely unresponsive. It kind of turns the device pretty much like a frozen pad that will respond to neither your tap nor long press. Fortunately, I’m not alone to have experienced this terrible issue!

Speaking of the tricks to troubleshoot the touchscreen unresponsiveness of an iOS device, there is nothing like a perfect solution that could shoot out the problem for good. However, there are some effective and viable tips to prevent this issue from cropping up.

So, if you’ve found the screen of your iOS device not responding to your touch, give a shot to some of the solutions that I’ve discussed below. To make your task a tad easier, I’ve categorized solutions based on different iPhone models. So, whether you want to fix the frozen screen of your iPhone 6/6 Plus, 6s/6s Plus, 7/7 Plus, 8/8 Plus, X, Xs/Xs Max or XR, you can quickly head over to the specific section and start troubleshooting the ill-functioning screen. I hope they may do the trick for you. Let’s get going!

Tips to Fix Unresponsive iPhone Screen

Quick access troubleshooting guide:

Ways to Fix Touch Screen Not Working Problem on iPhone 6 or 6 Plus 

Fix iPhone 6 or 6 Plus Touch Screen Not Working

Out of all the iPhone models, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices are a bit more vulnerable to touch screen issues. And the culprit behind this problem is the reportedly flawed built quality. If your device is not plagued by “Touch disease,” fixing this issue may not be a big deal. Head over to find a better solution for it.

Troubleshooting Guide: iPhone 6s/6s Plus Touch Screen Unresponsive

Fix iPhone 6s or 6s Plus Touch Screen Unresponsive

Fortunately, iPhone 6s/6s Plus have been built to keep Touch disease at bay. So, you shouldn’t worry about it. Talking about the problems that might be causing the screen to get frozen, you will have to encounter things like junk files or some miscellaneous glitch that can be shot out (in most cases) with ease.

Tips to Fix iPhone 7/7 Plus Frozen Problem

Tips to Fix iPhone 7 or 7 Plus Frozen Problem

If there is no physical damage, resolving iPhone 7 or 7 Plus’ screen issue won’t be a big deal. Once you’ve given a hard reboot or eliminated all the redundant files, chances are high that the screen would start working normally.

However, in some cases, you may have to go a bit far and even try out some radical solutions. Anyway, jump over to this post to discover the ways to get rid of the problem.

Solutions to Fix Touch Screen Not Working Issues of Phone 8/8 Plus, iPhone X, Xs, Xs Max, and XR

Solutions to Fix Touch Screen Not Working Issues of Phone 8:8 Plus, iPhone X, Xs, Xs Max, and XR

Unable to fix the frozen screen of your iPhone 8 or X series device? It’s time to shoot out the problem for good. Talking about the tricks that you may have to try out to solve this issue, it all boils down to the situation. If it’s an occasional hiccup, a mere force restart can solve the problem. Head over to this post to get started!

What If 3D Touch Is Not Working On Your iPhone?

What if the touch screen is working but you aren’t unable to use 3D Touch on your iPhone? Don’t worry, there are some reliable tricks to fix the touch technology and make it work perfectly again on your iPhone. To do it, check out this troubleshooting guide.

That’s pretty much it!

Wrapping Up…

I hope you’ve eventually got the better of the screen unresponsiveness. The one thing that always helps especially when dealing with such issues is plenty of patience. So, never fail to try out multiple tricks.

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