iPhone won’t turn on
Okay so I just did a screen replacement on my iPhone 6s. No issues there. The screen works fine and what not. But no matter what I do, my phone won’t turn on. I know that the battery is dead because I’ve seen the indicator before I had this issue. When I first got the screen replaced, everything worked fine except it would constantly shut down. I finally got that issue fixed, then proceeded to screw in the pentalobe screws, and then all of a sudden my phone just wouldn’t turn on. I tried plugging it in, and nothing happened. I tried several other methods to get it to turn on but wouldn’t. Occasionally, the screen would flash the Apple logo really fast but would turn right back off and wouldn’t turn on. It did this several times. Finally I had the idea of soaking the logic board in isopropyl alcohol, and finally that worked and it once again showed signs of life, though the battery was dead. Then I proceeded to charge it and almost as soon as I plugged it in, it wouldn’t work anymore and hasn’t worked since. I’ve been unable to use my phone for over a month because my previous screen died because of the condition of it, and money is scarce so I can’t just buy a new phone right now. Is this a board level issue, or does anyone know what to do to possibly get it working again? I desperately need my phone to work as I hope to start working soon. If anyone has a solution to fix this problem, I’ll greatly appreciate it.
Is this a good question?