Verizon iPhone has better home button?

SaberSerene

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I was messing with a friends Verizon iPhone 4S and noticed (compared to my AT&T 4S) pressing the home button seems to be more responsive. When exiting an app I basically rocket back to the home screen.
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Just_Me_D

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I doubt the responsiveness of the home button has anything to do with the wireless carrier, but I have no proof to the contrary.
 

Guacho

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It could be a phone that hasn't been used and abused, my wife's iphone button always feels more clicky and responsive... She doesnt use the iphone as much as I do
 

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clickyness has to do with use not the carrier
 

pr1nce

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I'm pretty sure responsiveness of the home button has nothing to do with the carrier. Normal wear and tear.
 
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Eileen89

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INormal wear and tear.

^ This. I have played with many of Verizon's iPhones that were purchased around the same time I got mine, and for the most part all of the home buttons felt like my AT&T iPhone.


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Fausty82

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Between the gsm and cdma models they are made differently because of the radios

Nothing to see here... it’s simply a matter of usage and wear/tear. The iPhone design is the iPhone design. Beyond the radio itself, there’s no difference between CDMA and GSM iPhones.
 

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Between the gsm and cdma models they are made differently because of the radios

Most iPhone 4 users if you were to ask. have worn their home button out, or start to have issues with it... I have seen this recently before their upgrades... It comes with usage. No other tech specs make up the answer...
 

Eileen89

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Most iPhone 4 users if you were to ask. have worn their home button out, or start to have issues with it... I have seen this recently before their upgrades... It comes with usage. No other tech specs make up the answer...

My daughter is still using my old iPhone 4 that I got on launch, so far there are no issues with it. **keeps fingers crossed**


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Jaguarr40

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You do have the ability to go tho settings>accessibility and there are Home Button settings that you might look at to make your home button more responsive.
 

SaberSerene

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You do have the ability to go tho settings>accessibility and there are Home Button settings that you might look at to make your home button more responsive.

The home button is already responsive enough. It is by default
 

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