So all you guys asking about "does the 5s have a storable chip info"
The thing is, imagine an abacus. You have three reds and then three blues.
Of course it is a row of chips reading 1's and 0's. But the chip reader
inside the phone sees the three red and three blue and says ok.
It is hard wired, in chips. It is not a readable programme as such
the chip just read a series of chips under the home button, it then
does it's thang and says yep, ok that's the right chips in the right order.
Maybe to expand a little, there is an algorithm that , after the chip on the home button
is "read", it puts the algorithm into play and says yep, 37 that's the one.
The bottom line is, there is no programmable information to be stored
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It is possible but only apple center can do that and I did replace my customer screen and home button at apple store and it worked after they replaced that. it needs to be repair after replace it but don't know how.
Does anybody know how much a home button replacement costs at the Apple center? And is Apple Care specifically required for the replacement?
из Sem B
To replace the home button with Apple it would cost $80
из Tyler Shelley
I ordered a replacement iPhone SE a few days ago since my old one broke, and when it came I found out it was refurbished. Touch ID wasn't working since the home button had been replaced, and so I swapped in the one from my original phone, and then put the phone into DFU mode and reset it. Even though I have an original, working home button, it doesn't work.
Thank you Tyler for that information, I didn’t know that myself either. Also, as I do repairs through iCracked, do you know what information I’d need (if any) in order to get that Touch ID component corrected and fixed as it is not my personal property?
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