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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Where does this rubber ring go back to? iPhone 6

where does this rubber ring go back to?

i removed the logic board and this popped out and i couldn't figure out where it goes.

is it underneath the gold screw with the hole at the top of the head? (the only non-philips screw on the inside of the iphone? you need a flathead for it)

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Ok, so it's not the back camera

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What do you mean by "under"? In between the lens and Where the sapphire glass is?

I don't think it fits there

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I don't think it does either. But if it's a rubber gasket, probably won't hurt. Don't add too much pressure. Honesty I'm at a little bit of a loss. I'll check a couple today, and see if I can come up with an answer

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What else did you take out? Lightning dock?

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no, only the logic board (and the other parts that allow me to remove the logic board, such as the rear camera). i took apart some of the display side but know it didn't come from there. thanks for your help

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Are you sure its rubber? That looks like the camera lens.

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yes, it is rubber. It can stretch.

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do you think it might go into the camera section?

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It could be, try putting it between the camera and the housing. Is it a 6 or a 6s?

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It's iPhone 6 and apparently it's liquid damage indicator has been voided (in contact with liquid)

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(Why i removed the logic board)

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