Released on September 19, 2014, this 4.7" screen iPhone is the smaller version of the iPhone 6 Plus.

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Replaced screen and it's working, but why is half of it black?

Just replaced my iPhone 6 LCD screen, the repair went flawlessly aside from now about a quarter of ,y screen is black with a few rainbow wiggle lines. I can still type and use the areas that are covered by the black out...so I'm just wondering where I could have gone wrong.

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This is it currently, but the visible screen is fading from time to ti e

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Sounds like a LCD connection issue. First try reseating the LCD connector for the screen.

Does the old screen still showed display before? If yes then try the old screen and see if the issue still occurs there?

If it doesn't display the issue on the old screen and you already tried reseating the screen ribbon cables then the replacement screen is defective and at fault.

Can you take a picture and post it here so we can see what it looks like?

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The lines to the left wiggle and the visible screen is a faded shade, but yet all touch screen is responsive...just not visiable. Also, sorry for my terrible terminology. Thank you so much!

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I'm sending a phot right meow

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Added as a comment, hope it gives more info:)

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If the screen hasn't been repaired before then the LCD has gone faulty and needs to be replaced.

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Ben is once again, correct. That poor LCD's life has come to a tragic end.

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