Slightly bent logic board - sporadic WiFi and Bluetooth
I dropped my iPhone 7 matte black and the housing bent a little near the top of the phone. I replaced the housing along with the screen, and as I was taking out the logic board I noticed it was slightly bent at the top. A corner of the metal shield unbuckled from the motherboard, but I didn't see any cracks in the board. Whenever I go to turn on WiFi or Bluetooth, it would freeze up and I'd have to force a reset. The settings icon would grey out as I press it and my apps wouldn't want to open.
Also, is the WiFi and Bluetooth both combined into one chip? There is a silver chip at the top of the logic board which seems to be responsible for both radios. Could it be possible the bend caused a solder ball to crack and loose connection? Would a reflow and some flux reconnect the chip?
Is this a good question?