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Current version by: mayer (vote details) ,

Title:

Replacement Screen has yellow pressure marks at top-center when closed

Text:

My old iPhone screen got cracked, so I decided to get a cheap eBay replacement (or 2). The first one worked fine (apart from obvious display quality issues) but when the screen closed it seemed like the metal block on the back of the screen right below the camera was interfering with the display connector shield. This is proven when I remove the shield and close the phone, as the pressure marks are gone. So I got a different screen from another eBay supplier, again touted as OEM but obviously not, and it has the same issue. My question is if there is a way to shift the metal block so that it doesn’t interfere with the display shield and I don’t have to leave the display shield out, or if there is a supplier somewhere that actually ships genuine OEM 6s screens. Thanks!
 
 
 
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Device:

iPhone 6s

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

518590

Edit by: Krishna Reddy ,

Title:

Replacement Screen has yellow pressure marks at top-center when closed

Text:

My old iPhone screen got cracked, so I decided to get a cheap eBay replacement (or 2). The first one worked fine (apart from obvious display quality issues) but when the screen closed it seemed like the metal block on the back of the screen right below the camera was interfering with the display connector shield. This is proven when I remove the shield and close the phone, as the pressure marks are gone. So I got a different screen from another eBay supplier, again touted as OEM but obviously not, and it has the same issue. My question is if there is a way to shift the metal block so that it doesn’t interfere with the display shield and I don’t have to leave the display shield out, or if there is a supplier somewhere that actually ships genuine OEM 6s screens. Thanks!
 
 
 
[image|1548747]

Device:

iPhone 6s

Status:

open

Original post by: Krishna Reddy ,

Title:

Replacement Screen has yellow pressure marks at top-center when closed

Text:

My old iPhone screen got cracked, so I decided to get a cheap eBay replacement (or 2). The first one worked fine (apart from obvious display quality issues) but when the screen closed it seemed like the metal block on the back of the screen right below the camera was interfering with the display connector shield. This is proven when I remove the shield and close the phone, as the pressure marks are gone. So I got a different screen from another eBay supplier, again touted as OEM but obviously not, and it has the same issue. My question is if there is a way to shift the metal block so that it doesn’t interfere with the display shield and I don’t have to leave the display shield out, or if there is a supplier somewhere that actually ships genuine OEM 6s screens. Thanks!

Device:

iPhone 6s

Status:

open