OK, so all in the industry will already know this but changing the home button on and Touch ID enabled Apple device prevents Touch ID from working, this is because the button that your iDevice shipped with is paired to your iDevice, currently only Apple can programme a new button to an iDevice.
With the introduction of haptic feedback from the iPhone 7 onward replacing the button now renders your iDevices home button completely useless, this is because Apple removed all moving parts (including the physical internal button) on the Touch ID and digital interface.
At least we have some good news!
YF, the Chinese iPhone board level experts have been working hard to find a work around, after a few months of trial and error we now have a great modification for the iPhone 7 and 8 (including Plus variants), this brings back the home button function (although not touch ID) but at least you can use the home button again and now with Haptic Feedback!
What is it?
Its a like for like replacement for your home button.
This is the 3rd generation version, this means that no other parts (like additional boards or charge ports) are required to get the button working and the button still uses the haptic feedback - no software configuration or messing around - just a straight swap for your original home button.
Easy.. the home button is just the same as your old one, it just pops out of the LCD when the bracket is removed.
How is this version different to others?
1st generation involved changing the charging port and is a physical button
2nd generation involved installing a small PCB and enabling Bluetooth and is a physical button
THIS 3rd generation is a like for like replacement and used the same haptic feedback for the home button function (no physical button)
Yes, although the button function will be restoring to its former glory (including Siri and double tap) the Touch ID still wont function
Compatible with:Apple iPhone 7 / 7 Plus / 8 / 8 Plus / SE2
In the box:
Home button flex