Cold weather and touch screen?

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    It has been really cold in my house like it got to 52 degrees last night!

    I am noticing my touch screen is not responding like it should at times, could it be the cold? it is only a week old, and ideas?
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    I've heard the iPad can have trouble detecting cold fingers. Try some brisk hand rubbing and see if that helps.
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    In my car I have a touch screen radio unit and it does have a problem when I start it up from staying in the cold at night.

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