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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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Is my iPhone ruined

I accidentally went swimming with my iPhone 6 last week and it was submerged for 2 minutes, it won't turn on. can it be fixed?

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Use this teardown to start your water damage repair.

Then use the Water Damage Guide for how to clean up the phone. Be very careful. The guide really is important because you don't want further corrosion in your phone.

If you are able to get the phone to turn on, but have no display, you will definitely need to replace your screen. Follow this guide for the screen replacement, then another for the home button, and lastly, one for your front camera assembly. The home button, camera, and LCD shield will need to be transferred since they do not come with the new screen. Definitely be careful with the home button as you will lose touch ID if you ever have to replace it.

iPhone 6 LCD and Digitizer Image

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iPhone 6 LCD and Digitizer

$69.99

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iPhone 6 Teardown

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Moderate

iPhone 6 Screen Image

Guide

iPhone 6 Screen Replacement

Difficulty:

Moderate

20 minutes - 1 hour

iPhone 6 Front-Facing Camera and Sensor Cable Image

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iPhone 6 Front-Facing Camera and Sensor Cable Replacement

Difficulty:

Moderate

30 minutes - 1 hour

iPhone 6 Home Button Image

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iPhone 6 Home Button Replacement

Difficulty:

Moderate

30 minutes - 1 hour

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