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iPhone 7 freezing after screen repair

Hi, i work at a phone repair shop and i constantly have iPhone 7s that come back with a problem where they will be using the device and randomly the screen will freeze and they will have to shut it off and turn it back on. It only starts happing after the repair. was curious if this is a known problem and if it could be a repair oversight or faulty parts?

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Restart your iPhone 7(press and hold power button and volume down untill you see the Apple logo),if this still not work, backup your iPhone and do a factory reset.

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I have brought this to the attention of many parts suppliers and this link will give you everything you need to know. This is why apple has a calibration machine, The iPhone 7 through 8 plus will experience this due to 4 separate manufactures of screens, LG, Toshiba, Sharp, and JDI. If your screen does not match that it will need to be calibrated with the machine or it will not communicate properly. Best solution is to check the first 3 characters on the screen and try and find one that matches the original.

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Sounds like a screen quality issue. Have you tried different screens?

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i also work at repair shop and having same issue , dont know what is it yet ................

annoying thing is customer are having problems because of my service :(

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If each time it's the same thing, it's due to bad quality LCD. Buy a new lot of LCD.

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