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

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There is no current flow at the LogicBoard.

My iPhone was empty at 100% battery charge after 4 hours - also overnight. Then I rebooted the iPhone to make sure that no apps running in the background. Over night, the battery was empty again and could no longer be charged, and the iPhone could not be started anymore.

I suspect the problem could be on the battery and handed over the iPhone to an Apple partner for repair. I got the answer, "The problem is not on the battery. There is no current flow at the LogicBoard ''.

According to my Apple partner, the iPhone should be sent to Apple for exchange. However, I have made very interesting photos in the last few weeks (holydays) and I didn´t make any backup of these photos. Now I would like to change the LogicBoard myself to bring the iPhone back to work so that I can save the photos. Is the memory on the LogicBoard? Are there any other components between the battery and the LogicBoard whitch can infuence the current flow? Can you imagine that this defect can be corrected by replacing the LogicBoard?

(I posted this question also in german yesterday.)

Thanks for a quick reply.

Philipp

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If you change the logicboard the photos will be gone with the old/defective one.

Did you try to turn on your phone with a good fully charged battery? If it turns on with a charged battery you can transfer your photos via airdrop even if the data line on your charging port does not work.

If by Apple partener you mean a Apple Authorized Center/ Reseller I would recommend you to try changing your charging port first because the AASP does not perform this type of repair even if is a simple one.

You can buy this from IFixit or Ebay

Here you have a guide to do this.

iPhone 6 Lightning Connector Assembly Replacement

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Good answer @soros. I would also add that unless this failure was caused by water damage, a logic board repair is very feasible and would allow the OP to recover their data. they would need to find a reputable repair shop that does micro-soldering repair.

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