Released on September 19, 2014, this 5.5" screen iPhone is the larger version of the iPhone 6.

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I have a strip on the phone that does not respond to touch

There is a strip on the phone that does not respond to touch. The phone does have touch disease and I have at least part of that fixed.

Do you believe the strip is still related to the touch disease ? Same area on two different screens.

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That could definitely be the problem. Apple does have a program where you can bring in the phone and give them $120 and your current phone, and they'll give you a replacement. Or you can try a known good display, to rule out the touch disease. If it does have touch disease, you could also go or send the phone to a board level repair shop, to have it worked on

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Thanks, I bought it used , the owner had already replaced the screen with a faulty one and believe the original home button was also removed. I put in the temporary fix for the touch disease . I may check with apple about the replacement


Another thing you may want to look into is the fpc connector. That's a possibility. I'll post a guide and which step has that part. Just take a look at it. See if anything is visibly wrong with it

Yeah, you can see it there in step 17. It's the one in the middle that they're disconnecting

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sweet I will put it under my USB microscope and see.


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