Thousands of customers who have purchased the device have reported the function failing when they’ve been using their phones as normal.
Customers have complained that the touchscreen isn’t working properly
Although experts believe that the iPhone 6 fault is an engineering flaw, Apple is yet to acknowledge the issue.
In many cases, customers are being forced to hand over their cash to pay for repairs, even though the touchscreen failure may not have anything to do with them.
To prevent your iPhone 6 from becoming victim to “touch disease”, it’s advised to keep your device safe from bending.
Mark recommends: “Really all you can do is avoid any activity that would cause the phone to flex.
“Don’t drop it, definitely don’t put it in any case that requires you to apply force to the phone to get it into and out of the case.
“Don’t put it in your back pocket, don’t put it in your front pocket if it’s a tight pocket. Actually, don’t put it in any pocket.”