I like looking around Target when I'm bored. Even if I buy nothing, it's worth walking around and seeing if there's anything new. The atmosphere is great and the cleanliness and organization is always satisfying.
When I screwing around in Target yesterday, I realized that they had Iphone 7's available for display/purchase(surprised they didn't sell out). I chose to look at the phone and see if theres anything neat about it. It didn't look that bad, and I expected myself to like it. That is, until I touched the home button.
There wasn't a click. No matter how hard I pounded the home button, it didn't make a sound at all(only a vibration). After looking at Apple's website, it seems as though it only provides vibrations when it senses a finger.
I'm surprised how thousands of headlines were about the removal of the headphone jack, and yet no one even talked about how they messed up the home button.
I put my shirt over my finger and tried to 'click' the home button- nothing happened. My guess on the button only responding to fingers is true. How the hell will people use this during winter? Not only that, but why did they take it upon themselves to make the home button like this? I get the headphone jack, but now the home button? What was wrong with it? It was perfectly fine, and yet Apple chose to mess around with it.
Move to warmer climate. Problem solved.
l <---- Do you mean this glitch Gribble? If not, I'll keep looking.
I am on the other side of my sig....am I warm or cold?