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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After replacement of front panel assembly red lines and green lines


I recently disassembled a water damaged iPhone 6 because I wanted to use the screen for my personal iphone which had a cracked screen. Upon, disassembly the screen was functioning with the exception of the water damaged iPhone 6 dying and a blue screen exposed.

I did research on the blue screen issue and apparently it is a hardware defect because screws were placed too hard or software. I am hypothesizing the issue may be due to the water exposure to the logic board.

After, reassembling on the new phone I got the battery charging port icon & vertical red green lines on the screen. I thought it would be caused by the digitizer cables not accurately being connected properly.

Also, note that I have reassembled this iphone with no volume control up or down buttons the cable was severed upon the smash.

If someone could answer why the red vertical lines upon front panel reassembly would be occurring? I have included a picture.

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@surf618 ,Stephen, Bad connection clean connection with Qtip dampened with 90% Isopropyl Alcohol reseat plug, damaged flex cable or connector(over bent ribbon/wires broke or pins bent/damaged in connector or on board), possibly the IC on the display is damaged or display defective, MB damaged. See the link below for more info. Good luck.

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