Is the touchscreen on your iPhone 6 acting a little wonky? Well, it may about to get worse.

Remember when people complained that the latest iPhone was bending? Apple did some wizardry inside the device to remedy that...but at a price.

The issue thousands of iPhone 6 owners are facing is called "Touch Disease," in that their touchscreen becomes less and less responsive before it completely fails all together. It's due to touching the screen over and over. The pressure and force from your touch causes the insides of the phone to loosen, and can overtime loosen the chips that control the iPhone's touchscreen.

It'll void your warranty, but there are places online where you can get it repaired. A certified Apple store can repair the device, but it'll cost you an entirely new logic board. If you want to go that route, there's an Apple store inside Boise Towne Square Mall.

 

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