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4-inch iPhone released in March 2016 with similar hardware specifications to the 6s. Available in Silver, Space Grey, Gold, or Rose Gold with 16/64 GB storage options. Model A1662 and A1723.

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iPhone SE won't turn on

hi, i received an iPhone SE in these conditions:

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I placed a new screen and battery and turned on the iPhone, the iPhone turned on and everything worked except for the front and rear cameras and the flash. I ordered the rear camera part and replaced it. Then i plugged the iPhone to the charger and tried to turn it on but it was completely dead.

If i try to plug it to the computer iTunes doesn’t detect the iPhone.

I tried to boot the iPhone plugged to the charger without battery and still doesn’t turn on

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You need power (battery or external power supply) to turn on a iPhone

Also you need a battery in the phone to be able to connect to itunes

The rear cameras has the build in flash.

Did you get a faulty battery ?

from your photo it looks like this was the first time the battery was removed

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the iPhone screen doesn’t even turn on

iTunes doesn’t detect the iPhone even with the battery

if the battery is faulty, trying to turn on the iPhone with the battery disconnected it should turn on and bootloop right?

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It cannot turn on without a power source can you drive a car without fuel

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@edigitcom i mean battery disconnected and iphone plugged to the charger

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the charger is for charging the battery not for prowering on the phone

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Hey, just wanted to add that to test an iPhone 5s for power I plugged it into the charger, and even with no battery it did display the apple logo and bootloop!

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There is some technical issue in your battery so go for the external power supply option. Or press the Volume up button followed by the Volume down button and then quickly press and hold the Side button until you see the Apple logo to force restart your iPhone SE

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