Problems: Buttons not so solid / e-mail

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  1. trnsilver

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    Having two problems, one physical and one otherwise.

    Physically, the sleep button on top is very loose - it rattles when you move the phone even gently back-and-forth. I've never had this issue with any of my previous iPhones. Have any of you (either with this 5S or others)?

    Is it worth trying to exchange/fix?

    In the same respect, my main button, when pressing the upper portion of it, makes a much louder clicking sound than the previous model. I figured it has something to do with the Touch ID extra thing but the rest of it is as solid as ever.

    These are picky little things, but I am curious.
     
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  2. trnsilver

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    Edited this post. Finally figured out the e-mail issue. It was the two-factor authentication causing a problem.

    Still curious about the silent button and what I should do.
     
  3. leehookem21

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    Mine is solid. I would definitely take it back if it is loose.
     
  4. dallasjetfan

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    If I vigorously shake my phone I can hear the button rattle. Not sure why anyone would need to shake their phone though.
     
  5. trnsilver

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    Very gently if I move it, I hear it. Very strange. I guess I will lee.
     
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