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Current version by: Phuwanut Pataratawinun ,

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Mine is a 2nd gen, and my problem is probably linked to the apple pencil, when I disconnect it completely(unpair) or just let the battery run flat the problem seems to go away, or at least a lot less.
 
Another thing is that when it happens mine canbe fixed just by turing off the screen with the power button and unlocking it again which takes only about 1 sec..
 
Of course it’s really annoying but the fact that it can just be fixed by turing off and on the screen fixes this leads me to believe that it’s a minor sensivity/electric charge problem ''''''and not the flex that’s causing it…
 
btw my mom bent her 1 inch up (screen side) by where the volume buttons are and it doesn’t have any problems so…
 
I really have no idea…
 
Edit: also try taking your case off, some case just bend your iPad too much until it doesn’t work, I did that a while ago and it worked for a month, now I don’t know what’s going on anymore.
 
The 1 inch bent off the table freaky looking ipad doesn’t have this problem AT ALL so i really dont know what’s going on.

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Edit by: Phuwanut Pataratawinun ,

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Mine is a 2nd gen, and my problem is probably linked to the apple pencil, when I disconnect it completely(unpair) or just let the battery run flat the problem seems to go away, or at least a lot less.
Mine is a 2nd gen, and my problem is probably linked to the apple pencil, when I disconnect it completely(unpair) or just let the battery run flat the problem seems to go away, or at least a lot less.
 
Another thing is that when it happens mine canbe fixed just by turing off the screen with the power button and unlocking it again which takes only about 1 sec..
 
Of course it’s really annoying but the fact that it can just be fixed by turing off and on the screen fixes this leads me to believe that it’s a minor sensivity/electric charge problem ''''''and not the flex that’s causing it…
 
btw my mom bent her 1 inch up (screen side) by where the volume buttons are and it doesn’t have any problems so…
 
I really have no idea…
 
Edit: also try taking your case off, some case just bend your iPad too much until it doesn’t work, I did that a while ago and it worked for a month, now I don’t know what’s going on anymore.

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Edit by: Phuwanut Pataratawinun ,

Text:

Mine a 2nd gen, and my problem is probably linked to the apple pencil, when I disconnect it completely(unpair) or just let the battery run flat the problem seems to go away, or at least a lot less.
 
Another thing is that when it happens mine canbe fixed just by turing off the screen with the power button and unlocking it again which takes only about 1 sec..
 
Of course it’s really annoying but the fact that it can just be fixed by turing off and on the screen fixes this leads me to believe that it’s a minor sensivity/electric charge problem ''''''and not the flex that’s causing it…
 
btw my mom bent her 1 inch up (screen side) by where the volume buttons are and it doesn’t have any problems so…
 
I really have no idea…
 
Edit: also try taking your case off, some case just bend your iPad too much until it doesn’t work, I did that a while ago and it worked for a month, now I don’t know what’s going on anymore.

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Original post by: Phuwanut Pataratawinun ,

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Mine a 2nd gen, and my problem is probably linked to the apple pencil, when I disconnect it completely(unpair) or just let the battery run flat the problem seems to go away, or at least a lot less.

Another thing is that when it happens mine canbe fixed just by turing off the screen with the power button and unlocking it again which takes only about 1 sec..

Of course it’s really annoying but the fact that it can just be fixed by turing off and on the screen fixes this leads me to believe that it’s a minor sensivity/electric charge problem ''''''and not the flex that’s causing it…

btw my mom bent her 1 inch up (screen side) by where the volume buttons are and it doesn’t have any problems so…

I really have no idea…

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