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Current version by: iMedic ,

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When working on iPhone 6S and 6S plus, you need to discharge the phone, after you've removed the cables, before you put them back on. It's very possible you've damaged something. I don't think it's a board problem, which is good. It's likely that you've damaged the battery and or the Lightning dock. I talked with the folks at iFixit to put some kind of a warning....
 
=== Update (02/06/2017) ===
 
Obviously you haven't worked on an S model. Sorry, meant to write it in my post. You need to hold down the power button. Again, after you remove the display and power cables, before you put them back on

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Original post by: iMedic ,

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When working on iPhone 6S and 6S plus, you need to discharge the phone, after you've removed the cables, before you put them back on. It's very possible you've damaged something. I don't think it's a board problem, which is good. It's likely that you've damaged the battery and or the Lightning dock. I talked with the folks at iFixit to put some kind of a warning....

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