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iPhone screen problem, help.


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My iPhone seems to have changed scren resolution. Inbetween where the screen ends now and where the screen used to end there is a translarent line. The phone works fully but the screen doesn't fit into it properly, does anybody know anything I can do?!
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try holding the home and lock buttons at the same time like you would in a reset.
But keep them held throughout the reboots that follow untill the 'connect to itunes' icon appears, from here you can reload all of your stuff!
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Hey,

Yeah I have the same problem, and I noticed today that the right side there is a little bigger gap. But I don't really ever notice it and I'm getting a 4G when they come hopefully on June 7 (announced) then maybe a couple days later. I'll just bear with it for a month.

But did you find a soltion to fix it anyway??

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Hi ,
My iphone which i am using for sometime and had no problem until now i see the touch screen doesn't respond properly , sometimes it freezes and sometimes i have to press more that twice. Does any body know how to go about it.
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Hi ,
My iphone which i am using for sometime and had no problem until now i see the touch screen doesn't respond properly , sometimes it freezes and sometimes i have to press more that twice. Does any body know how to go about it.
This is a thread for an unrelated problem to your problem. Start your own thread dude. But if your unsatisfied with your devie and it's malfunctioning....Call Apple.

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