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When I have my phone charging and it hits 90% and I'm using it, it'll start hitting random buttons by itself and opening apps and there'll be response delays and everything else... anyone know how to fix this?
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Tried holding power and home button for 10 seconds?
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could be somthing on your screen. clean it
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-Silky wroteTried holding power and home button for 10 seconds?
nope what does that do? I've had this problem in the past and it's always been because my charger was on its way out
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this happens to my phone when i eat then use my phone.
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It could possibly could have gotten just a splash wet. But the 90 percent makes that possibility cross out almost and could be manufacturing error. Has it just started doing this recently? Do you drop it pretty often even if it's not a hard drop?
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I got sand in my iPhone and it's clicked by itself since lol
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slickasitgets wroteIt could possibly could have gotten just a splash wet. But the 90 percent makes that possibility cross out almost and could be manufacturing error. Has it just started doing this recently? Do you drop it pretty often even if it's not a hard drop?
it started recently
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G-59 wrote
slickasitgets wroteIt could possibly could have gotten just a splash wet. But the 90 percent makes that possibility cross out almost and could be manufacturing error. Has it just started doing this recently? Do you drop it pretty often even if it's not a hard drop?
it started recently


Try checking for an iOS update or even trying apple support hopefully it's a known issue or can be brought to attention. Tell me what happens
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Just out of curiosity: are you running the iOS 11 beta on your iPhone or the iOS 10 that's the current operating system?

I had the iOS 11 beta and it was giving me all sorts of problems, including something of that sort; began to just open apps randomly.
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