Today we will fix & solved how to fix your iPhone ghost touche. Iphones have really responsive touch screens. But sometimes they can be too responsive as they execute commands on their own. So if you’re one of the users bugged by these ghost touches here are the things you can do.
iPhone Ghost Touch
The first thing you should do especially if the ghost touches just recently occurred is to make sure that your iPhone screen is clean. What you need for that is alcohol and a microfiber cloth.
But if you don’t have that any cloth that’s dry and clean will do to clean the screen just apply a small amount of alcohol on it.
Then wipe it off with a microfiber cloth in doing so you’re removing the smudges on the screen together with all the dirt that the screen might have accumulated.
If you recently had a new screen protector installed and then a ghost touch started to occur remove the screen protector as that might be the reason.
Also, read How To Stop Incoming Ghost Calls
Why you’re having such an issue
After cleaning the screen and your iPhone still has the ghost touches the next thing you have to do is the forced restart. It’s a simulated battery removal that often fixes minor system glitches as well as refreshes the memory of your device.
In most cases doing so will fix minor issues like this, this is how you do it. Press and quickly release the volume up button and then the volume down button immediately after that press and hold the power key for 10 seconds.
If you do this, your iPhone will shut down and then restart. Just wait until the Apple logo appears before you release the power key. And then wait for your device to finish then reboot and try to see if the ghost touches are gone.
If such an issue is just due to a minor system glitch then the forced restart will take care of it. However, if it still continues to bug you then it might be a widespread issue and apple should roll out an update to fix it.
So what you have to do next is to check if there’s an update available for your device. To do that launch settings and then tap general.
Tap Software update and allow your iPhone to connect to the server to see if there’s an update available for download. If there is download and install it. Otherwise, move on to the next solution.
Assuming you’ve successfully updated your iPhone but the ghost touches still occur. What you need to do next is to reset it.
It’s probably a firmware-related issue that can be fixed with a factory reset. However, before you do that make sure to create a backup of your important files and data as they will be deleted.
To reset your iPhone launch settings and tap General, scroll down to the bottom of the screen and then tap transfer or reset iPhone.
Tap reset all content and settings and then tap continue. If prompted enter your passcode to verify your identity and then allow your iPhone to backup your important data. But if you’ve already created a backup tap skip backup to proceed.
Enter your apple id password and then tap turn off at the upper right corner of the screen to proceed. With the reset just wait until the reset is complete, and set it up as a new device.
After the reset, your iPhone should already be working properly and that’s how it’s done. We hope this guide can help.