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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just vibrates when plugged in

ok so I had a screen problems(aka crack screenS) I have a BRAND NEW screen and was installin but after wards I plugged in the phone to have it vibrate every 10 seconds and never stop... what the heck causes this??

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It was the mother board on the phone I took it to a shop and had them look into it they tried all kinds of mixtures of new parts.. thanks for all the help

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if you have no display and the vibrate constantly going then you have an installation problem..it's pretty easy to damage these little cables or bend them and break the threads inside the cable..then you have another broken screen. There may be other problems which is why you have the constant vibrate, it may be the installation, whatever damaged the screen in the first place or an incompatible screen. I'd redo the repair, checking all your connections as you go, fully charge the battery and see what happens/check if no display that iTunes recognises it. If you've done all these things and the problem persists then I'd order another screen and be more careful…then when you've got a working display you can see what the problem is.

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it does this without the screen installed... before I added it to the phone I left it for 4 hours and it still does it.. and I continued with the screen install and waited another 2 it still hasn't worked..

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you checked the vibrate switch is off? redone the screen? if you plug in to iTunes how full is battery. it may be a dead battery..they won't charge

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computer wont recognize the phone says there is problem connecting

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you need to test the charge on the battery with a multi-meter, if the charge is below 2.2mAh it will not charge and you get a boot loop/constant vibrate, not recognised by iTunes. if that is the case you need a new battery and the new screen.

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how do I test the battery with multi meter I know how to use one but not on something with this type of connection... btw thank you for your time in helping me

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Sounds like the backlight or display is not turning on. Try another screen or your old one first.

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