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On the iPhone 7 the home button is not mechanical, it uses the haptic engine just like the screen does so if your home button is responding then the haptic engine is functioning. If only you Touch ID is being affected you may try cleaning off the home button to remove any dirt or deposits from the water. If that does not work my advice since it is still working would be turn it off, do not charge it again and take it into a repair shop to be inspected for water damage. The worst thing you can do if you think water penetrated the phone is to continue using it or put anymore electricity to it. The phone is rated as water resistant soI would take it to the Apple Store and see if they may still be salvageable as long as you getswap it to a repair shop quicklyout under warranty.
On the iPhone 7 the home button is not mechanical, it uses the haptic engine just like the screen does so if your home button is responding then the haptic engine is functioning. If only you Touch ID is being affected you may try cleaning off the home button to remove any dirt or deposits from the water. If that does not work my advice since it is still working would be turn it off, do not charge it again and take it into a repair shop to be inspected for water damage. The worst thing you can do if you think water penetrated the phone is to continue using it or put anymore electricity to it. The phone is rated as water resistant soI would take it to the Apple Store and see if they may still be salvageable as long as you getswap it to a repair shop quicklyout under warranty.

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On the iPhone 7 the home button is not mechanical, it uses the haptic engine just like the screen does so if your home button is responding then the haptic engine is functioning.  If only you Touch ID is being affected you may try cleaning off the home button to remove any dirt or deposits from the water. If that does not work  my advice since it is still working  would be turn it off, do not charge it again and take it into a repair shop to be inspected for water damage.  The worst thing you can do if you think water penetrated the phone is to continue using it or put anymore electricity to it.  The phone is rated as water resistant so it may still be salvageable as long as you get it to a repair shop quickly.

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