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Released September 25, 2015. Model A1688/A1633. Repair of this device is similar to previous generations, requiring screwdrivers and prying tools. Available as GSM or CDMA / 16, 64, or 128 GB / Silver, Gold, Space Gray, or Rose Gold options.

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screen loosing on iPhone 6s

this is the second screen which get loose. why.

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What exactly do you mean by loosing? Is the LCD popping away from the frame?

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If the screen is coming loose then that can be down to a coupleof factors which I’ll list below:

  1. The screen wasn’t ‘clipped in’ in the first place
  2. The battery has swollen and will not allow the screen to clip in properly
  3. The internal housing is damaged, preventing it from securing

The first instance is very easy to sort, you simply have to press down on the screen until you hear a clicking sound, which means your panel is now secured and should not come loose.

The second option, while an expense, is fairly cheap to sort and just requires replacing of the battery. Note, you should only do this if there is actually a bulge on the battery rendering it non-smooth and visually larger in the center. If it isn’t bulging, just ensure that the battery is fixed to the back of the casing with proper adhesive such as this.

The thirdissue is a lot more indepth, requiring an entirely new body for your phone which would be both an expense and a pain to transfer over all of the motherboard, cameras etc and is roughly an hour procedure if you are following the appropriate teardown guide.

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The screen assembly is made of a piece of glass to wich are attached a multitude of other layers (LCD, touch, polarizer, backlight, etc.), as we all a piece of metal and plastic called the frame of the screen. This frame is glued to the glass from one side using cold glue, and it sits into the iPhone frame from the other side. So in addition to the above possible causes of lifting, if the screen is of a very poor quality (so depending on where you purchased it from), the manufacturer could be using hot glue to attach the frame instead of cold glue. This will cause the glass to eventually detach from its frame. The frame remained clipped into the phone frame and screwed at the bottom, but the glass and the LCD screen attached to it lift up. This lifting can be exacerbated by a number of factors such as the frame of the iPhone being bent, or the battery being bloated and pushing up, extreme heat from the phone sitting on the dash of your car in the sun, etc.

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