Sixth iteration of Apple iPhone, announced on September 12, 2012. Repair of this device is similar to the previous models, requiring screwdrivers and prying tools. Available as GSM or CDMA / 16, 32, or 64 GB / Black or White.

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no display after replacing screen

I replaced the screen (iFixit replacement screen) following the directions in the video, however when I power on the phone I get a few vertical white lines in the upper right corner? Did I do something wrong?

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Try putting the your old screen back on the iPhone if it works then you have a bad screen. If you are still having problems then you could have damaged the data filters or a small component on the logic board.

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The old screen shattered

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Make sure screen connectors are full pressed down

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It sounds like one of your 3 ribbons is not connected well.

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I can't seem to get them to snap on tightly

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Check to make sure none of the pins have bent. You should hear/feel it click in when you apply the pressure. Typically the first connection, the upper left is the problem connection when the symptoms you describe appear.

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I finally got them to snap on tightly but after it's all put together, when I try to power on, the screen is black. Nothing.

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Press and hold the Home button and Power button for 10-15 seconds, if it is a software issue it should be resolved. If that doesn't help the it sounds like a bad screen to me.

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