Logic board chipped - What will be affected?
So I recently received an iPhone 5S with terrible body damage (the phone is destroyed from ringer switch up). It was assumed that the motherboard and battery were in tact and that a body replacement could go without question. Upon further inspection, that was correct down to the smallest piece of logic board screwed in next to the camera. This small piece chipped from the board, and it appears to contain one IC and a contact.
I've gotten the phone to boot to the lock screen perfectly fine. What I ask today is if anyone knows whether or not this phone would be worth fully repairing giving this damage. I'm curious about functionality...
What are the negative effects of this part being chipped?
What ICs are attached to this small part and what functionalities might be affected?
Is the entire board not worth it now?
I've attached a picture of the part chipped off and the phone. Any help is appreciated! I can't test these things myself as it was a lost & found damaged phone with a passcode.
Is this a good question?