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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New screen is coming apart in multiple places

I replaced my iPhone 6 screen about 2 months ago. After about a week, the top portion of the screen was coming unglued. Now, the whole left side of the assembly is out of the frame and I can literally sit here and push it in and it come right back out.

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It is a defective screen. Cold pressed screen frames do not seem to have these issues. There are tons of inferior parts on the market. Make sure you get good a good quality screen with a cold pressed frame backed by a warranty. The red tape "glue" is not used in iPhones, that stuff is intended for something completely different.


Seems like you got a really cheap and crappy screen. Just get a new one thats better quality. It will be more expensive but it should last longer then that crap


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Many third party screens do not have the proper adhesive to hold the screen down. I would take the screen back out and use some thin electronics grade double side adhesive(linked below) to readhere it. Also, leave negative feedback from where you got the screen to prevent others from buying the same dodgy screen. Feel free to buy it somewhere else if you find it cheaper, I just linked the first one I found.

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