Two iPhones with shorted capacitors above CPU
I have two iphones, one iphone 6 and one iphone 6S that both have a similar problems.
Neither will turn on.
When you connect a battery and charger both get very hot in the CPU area, mostly at the top of the CPU.
Almost all of those capacitors that are in a row directly above the CPU measure short, but the short remains after removing the caps.
I tried freezing the board with freeze spray and injecting 1.8v into the short. The only thing that melts quickly is whatever component I inject into, and then the CPU shortly after.
If I freeze the board and then connect the battery and charger, one of the coils directly above the CPU gets hot FAST. But there is no path to ground there, so that's confusing.
Is this a good question?