Although we’re not expecting these days to get device unresponsive or touch not working issue on a flagship device, the reality is different. Even a powerful and flagship device can also face issues like touch not working or something like that. Now, talking about the iPhone SE, some of the users are reporting that the handset is getting unresponsive some times unexpectedly. If you’re also experiencing the same then check out the guide to fix Touchscreen not working on iPhone SE.
As we mentioned, this kind of issues won’t happen every time but may occur on your handset for some reason. As most of the smartphone OEMs are pushing so many features and designing parts on the operating system, it’s quite obvious that the overload can cause issues with to software or device performance. While it can also possible that any recently installed software update or third-party rogue app is causing trouble to you.
Alternatively, due to the low battery status or outdated iOS version or any pending app update can also occur the software glitch or screen unresponsiveness to your iPhone SE. Here we’ve shared some of the possible workarounds below that you should check out and try on your handset.
Touchscreen not working on iPhone SE: How to Fix?
Keep in mind that some times local or cheap quality of screen protector or glass protector can also cause touch-related issues on your smartphones. Any local third-party charger can also cause ghost touch or unresponsive touch issues. Whereas, any dirt, dust, liquid, etc are one of the reasons for touch issues on your iPhone.
Additionally, if your handset has any physical damage whether internal or external, make sure to check that as well. Now, let’s take a quick look at the solutions below.
1. Force Restart iPhone
- Press and release the Volume Up button quickly.
- Quickly press and release the Volume Down button.
- Then press and hold the Power/Side button until the Apple logo appears.
- Release the button and wait for the device to boot completely.
2. Update All Pending Apps
- Open the App Store on your iPhone.
- Tap on the profile icon on the top-right corner.
- Check for the Available Updates option.
- If there is any pending app update available, you will see that under the Upcoming Automatic Updates section.
- Now, either you can update apps individually or can update all.
3. Reset All Settings
- Go to the device Settings > Tap on General > Tap on Reset.
- Tap on Reset All Settings.
- If prompted, enter the passcode and continue.
- Tap on Reset All Settings to confirm the process.
- Restart your iPhone.
3. Factory Reset iPhone
- Head over to the iPhone Settings > Select General > Select Reset.
- Tap on Erase All Content and Settings.
- If required, enter the passcode and confirm it.
- Then reboot your device.
4. Use iTunes to Restore your iPhone
If you’ve already backed up your previous iOS version on your computer via iTunes, then you can follow the below steps to restore your iPhone easily.
- Connect your iPhone to the PC via a lightning cable.
- Launch iTunes and wait for the system to recognize the device.
- Once done, you can see an iPhone icon on the iTunes interface.
- Click on the iPhone icon and then choose the Restore option.
- If prompted, sign out from the Find My iPhone and then click on Restore.
- Then you may have to click on the Restore button again to confirm the task.
- Your device data will erase completely and the iOS will be restored again.
- Once done, your iPhone SE will reboot.
5. Use DFU Mode via iTunes
At last, you can try to enter into DFU Mode on your iPhone via the iTunes software using your computer. The Device Firmware Update (DFU) mode is an advanced recovery mode that can fix the unresponsive screen or any screen-related issues on your iPhone.
You can follow the full guide below.
We hope that you’ve found this guide helpful. Feel free to ask in the comments below for any queries.