Good morning. I've had my iPhone 13 pro for a few days now, and am slowly but surely beginning to make friends with it. I have a major problem, though. There are numerous occasions when I'm simply trying to swipe through items or perform a single finger double tap to select something, and my phone interprets it as the magic tap and just randomly starts playing music. If it was an occasional thing, I'd be OK with it, but it seems to happen more often than not. If I'm here at home by myself, it's annoying but not a huge deal. If I'm out and about, though, it is very embarrassing and disruptive. It reminds me of how the screen on my 5S was overly sensitive when I first got it, but it improved with a software update. I have reported this to Apple Accessibility, and they say they're aware of the problem, but I just wanted to write in here and ask if anyone else is experiencing this. It's frustrating because I've been an iPhone user for 8 years and this issue is starting to make me feel like I'm starting back at square one.
I'm also having issues with face ID; supposedly, I have set it up correctly, but it has never once unlocked my phone. Compared to the touch screen issue, this is completely insignificant; I'm OK with just entering my passcode, but still, combined with the touch screen problems, I'm not loving the new phone quite as much as I hoped I might.
To end on a positive note, though, photo descriptions are amazing!