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[* black] Last to leave the display assembly: the home button.
[* black] It's more like the home ''touch sensor'' really. No buttons about it.
[* black] For those of you waiting with baitedbated breath, it appears that the new solid state home button is removable. It won't be a simple procedureprocedure, with tiny tri-points and light adhesive—butadhesive on the cable—but there is no longer a delicate gasket to replace. Overall, it is a step in the right direction.
[* icon_note] A replaceable home button is great news for consumers. The mechanical home button has been widely considered to be a point of failurefailure on past iPhones. While our data shows that the reliability of the home button is better in the 6 and 6S compared to the 5 and 5S, we’ve still had close to 100,000 people use our [guide|31935|iPhone 6 home button|new_window=true] repair procedure.
[* black] For those of you waiting with baitedbated breath, it appears that the new solid state home button is removable. It won't be a simple procedureprocedure, with tiny tri-points and light adhesive—butadhesive on the cable—but there is no longer a delicate gasket to replace. Overall, it is a step in the right direction.
[* icon_note] A replaceable home button is great news for consumers. The mechanical home button has been widely considered to be a point of failurefailure on past iPhones. While our data shows that the reliability of the home button is better in the 6 and 6S compared to the 5 and 5S, we’ve still had close to 100,000 people use our [guide|31935|iPhone 6 home button|new_window=true] repair procedure.
[* icon_note] Additionally, the move to a non-mechanical button should improve overall reliability and reduce the need for replacement. Not to mention, it looks great under an X-ray.