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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I don't know what to replace, LCD screen or just the glass?


I recently dropped my phone and the glass broke but the screen was working fine and the touch responsiveness was fine. But then I dropped it again and the screen now shows different patterns and the left side is completely black and unresponsive. So it feels like I have to replace all of the screen parts... Glass, Digitizer and LCD. Right?


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Unfortunately, yes, you will have to replace the entire display assembly. The digitizer, glass, and LCD are fused together, so if any of them fail, you have to replace the whole thing.

I would recommend picking up a repair kit on iFixit, which should have everything you need to do the repair. I'd also recommend covering the display in packing tape (the clear, smooth stuff) before attempting display removal.

Check out this guide for a step-by-step procedure for replacing your display:

iPhone 6 Display Assembly Replacement

Hope this helps!


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