How to avoid an uneven edge when replacing panel?
I replaced my girlfriend's white iPhone 6 panel, and it works super well, and the quality of the screen seems almost like the original. I can't really notice a difference.
The edge is a bit uneven, though, when compared to how an original panel looks like. Small gaps that a detail oriented eye would notice (like mine ;)). E.g. by the headphone connector.
My theory is that it wouldn't be noticeable when replacing a black panel.
Have you guys experienced such gaps, and have you found a solution? Adhesive tape? I'm concerned about the gaps, since I consider starting replacing panels for customers, who might complain.
To elaborate, it is a panel replacement/the whole screen.
This picture shows a comparison with an original panel. The original to the left. Not the best picture, but when you zoom in, it's obvious that the original has an even edge, where the replacement (to the right) has an uneven edge. Especially around the headphone connector, there is more of a gap.
I'm not sure if any customer would see this as a problem?
Is this a good question?