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Released on September 19, 2014, this 5.5" screen iPhone is the larger version of the iPhone 6.

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Missing capacitor from logicboard


I was wondering if anyone could help me. The phone will not recognize touch (after an accidental drop) and I started working on replacing the two components in charge of this operation: BCM5976 and TI343S0694.

After removing the chips and cleaning the board, I noticed that a capacitor is missing as well as some pads.

My questions are:

  • Is this capacitor important? or can I make a jumper?
  • Based on the missing pads: Are there any chances of restoring touch after replacing the faulty ICs?

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I appreciate any help!Thank you!

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That should be an inductor. It's for NFC signal, if you don't use Apple Pay, that inductor is useless.

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Thank you! :) Any idea about the missing pads in the logic board?


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