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So for iPhone 6s aftermarket screens, check if the phone has iOS 11 before doing so..
 
If it does then you can't use an aftermarket screen for now and only OEM.
 
Edit: Luckily I have an 6s myself with original screen. Time to go test some aftermarket replacement screens.
 
Sweet my aftermarket 6s and 6s plus work fine on iOS 11.
 
=== Update (09/22/2017) ===
 
I think it's pretty normal for the phone board to feel hot after turning it off and on multiple times.

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Edit by: Ben ,

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So for iPhone 6s aftermarket screens, check if the phone has iOS 11 before doing so..
 
If it does then you can't use an aftermarket screen for now and only OEM.
 
Edit: Luckily I have an 6s myself with original screen. Time to go test some aftermarket replacement screens.
 
Sweet my aftermarket 6s and 6s plus work fine on iOS 11.

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Edit by: Ben ,

Text:

So for iPhone 6s aftermarket screens, check if the phone has iOS 11 before doing so..
 
If it does then you can't use an aftermarket screen for now and only OEM.
 
Edit: Luckily I have an 6s myself with original screen. Time to go test some aftermarket replacement screens.

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Original post by: Ben ,

Text:

So for iPhone 6s aftermarket screens, check if the phone has iOS 11 before doing so..

If it does then you can't use an aftermarket screen for now and only OEM.

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