Released on September 19, 2014, this 4.7" screen iPhone is the smaller version of the iPhone 6 Plus.

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iPhone 6 screen clicking noise

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Bought an used iPhone 6 with cracked screen. Decided to change the screen myself, since I have done multiple repairs on iPhone 4,4s,5,5s etc. Managed to replace the screen with all the small parts sucessfully.

Now after one day, I noticed a clicking noise on the screen, when pressing the top left corner. Googled it, and came over some people with same issue:

https://discussions.apple.com/thread/655...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8PybOr5...

It is easy to see, that the screen is not laying 100% flush with the frame at that point.

Since I have opened my phone, my warranty is gone. Does anybody here have some tips on how to fix it? The youtube video tells me to try to bend it back alittle, which I'm not so happy doing. I think that the screen may crack if I bend it to much. Maybe disconnect the screen and then try to bend the left top corner a little back?

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Did you replace the glass or the whole unit?

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I had this clicking sound on the lower right screen, i tried bending the phone inward carefully not applying too much force, solves the issue now its gone

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My iphone screen was noising on right side tell what i can do to fixit??

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Hey Martin Galland,

Did you make sure the screws that are attached behind the top part of the screen strong? If this doesn't help redo the screen replacement and tighten the screws firmly. I'm sure that bending the screen may help but I wouldn't recommend it since it may cause the screen to crack. Here is a screen replacement guide.

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Yes i have opened it up again and tighten the frame screws. That did not help. I don't think that redo the whole screen replacement will resolve anything. As you can read in the apple forum link, this looks like an manufactor problem from Apple.

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The problem is probably due to a bent frame. We see this all the time in our repair shops. Hold the back of the phone up against a straight edge and see if you can see any gaps. If the aluminum isn't perfectly straight then the screens won't sit right on the phone. If the bends are small they can usually be fixed with a little pressure but you definitely want to take the screen off first.

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I see this a lot actually, its pretty easy to bend the frame back to try and correct this but I would definitely recommend removing the screen before doing this.

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