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

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Red crack fading into blue on my iPhone 6

Help. I'm so confused as to what this may be and if it can be fixed at all. My iPhone 6 has two very light cracks running diagonally across my screen and is crackers more in the upper right corner, it's hardly noticeable and I don't mind it. But two days ago, my phone fell out of my pocket and I wasn't too concerned about it, but when I looked, there was a short blue line (crack like not straight) running slightly diagonally under (not on) my screen for maybe two to three inches. I didn't mind it at first since it was hardly noticeable, but the next day I awoke to find black lines forming on either sides of the small crack that appears to be under the screen, not a normal one. Slightly more concerned, I left it be. The next day, there was a larger clump of them in the corner covering the very edge of my battery percentage icon, and just today it has begun to glow a vibrant red at the very top and the lines are getting more plentiful. I am very concerned that this could be either dangerous, or simply something I will need to pay to fix. If anyone can help me, please do.

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Rest assured there is nothing dangerous going on here.

The first set of cracks were just the glass, the most recent sound to be the actual lcd itself, this will not get better and it will get worst, fortunately, it's just a matter of replacing the screen, which can be done by following ifixits guide.

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