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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No display but detected by iTunes.

Sold an iPhone 6 to a customer back in May. It’s back in our shop with no display on screen. The phone is dectected by iTunes and in recovery mode but even with a restore still no display.

I have tried other lcds and problem persists. From my experience it doesn’t seem to be a backlight, nothing at all not even a dim sign on life on screen.

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Try using a flashlight to make sure it's not backlight. After that I would guess the cumulus on that weak iPhone 6 frame

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You have tried other lcds, so it may be the motherboard or connectors.

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I have this same issue. Trying to fix my father’s iPhone 6. He jumped into a lake with it.

The phone will turn. It’s detected by iTunes when I plug it into my Mac. I’ve replaced two different displays and each one doesn’t work. I also tried those display on another iPhone 6 and they work fine. So, I’m ruling out that I need to replace the screen.

I think it’s something on the logic board, but I have no idea what. My guess is that I need to replace the LCD IC. Has anyone ever done this? Should I explore other suggestions? Really need your help.

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The backlight driver is underfilled and heavily protected from water on the iPhone 6. That is not a failure point for water damage—you have a long road in front of you if you want to learn microsoldering and diagnostics to bring back backlight in a wet iPhone 6, but it is possible.

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Check FL2027 PP1v8 for 1.8, FL2061 PN5V7 for -5.7, FL2037 PP5V7 for 5.7, FL2035 (LCM_CHESTNUT_PWR_EN) and FL2036 (AP_TO LCM_RESET) for 1.8 with screen connected as well as FL2050 (PMU_TO_PHOTON_ALIVE) for 1.7 - 1.8

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This is almost certainly long screw damage tearing lcm_pwr_en or reset lines since that is the common fault for no image iPhone 6 I. The absence of water damage.

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What would you suggest as my first step? BTW... love your YouTube channel.

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Watch my video on using diode mode to determine any fault and then you tell me.

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