Released on September 19, 2014, this 4.7" screen iPhone is the smaller version of the iPhone 6 Plus. Identifiable by the model numbers A1549, A1586, and A1589.

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Will replacing the case on my iPhone 6 restore cell connectivity?

I have an iPhone 6 in which the cell antenna is no longer working. All other functions of the phone work perfectly. Will one of these two solutions work?

1) Replace the rear case with a new one/case from a blacklisted parts phone?

2) Put my logic board in a blacklisted/bricked parts phone otherwise in tact?

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Nobody knows. You need to try for yourself.

Or find the broken part first.

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Why not just check if your antenna connections are actually connected? Sounds like you've moved your logic board before in the phone you currently have. ;x

Did the Antenna just.. spontaneously drop? Or did it cease to work after you did a job on it?

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Just stopped working. I've since replaced the dock connector as I was told this may fix the issue.


The dock connector is one side of the antenna, the other is top left of the logic board, check if it's somehow loose? (It's on the underside)


Do you happen to have a picture showing exactly where it is?


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