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Dropped iPhone always = cracked LCD
Removed the old LCD and digitizer and swapped the new one from iFixt. It went very well.
I have decided to always buy the full assembly, that way I never mess up the ribbon cable, earpiece or camera and it takes less time to get the phone repaired. Keep the magnetic mat around, you will never find a screw on the floor.
Broken Screen and Digitizer
Follwed instructions exactly, had to figure out a way to get glass up with broken screen, used glue to stick suction cup to glass. There was some adhesive left from the old screen that made it hard to install the screen, removed adhesive and it fit perfect. After installation was complete, the camera was freezing up. Apple just released an update, which corrected the problem.
Suction cup wouldn't stick to broken glass. Applied glue to area and installed suction cup. Worked great! The total repair time was actually about 45 minutes longer, I couldn't find any glue!
I, unfortunately, had a broken screen due to dropping the phone on concrete.
I ordered the display assembly replacement kit and received it nice and quick. However upon installing the screen, the auto brightness and home button did not work. Even though I swapped my original home button. I proceeded to remove the screen and check any connections and noticed that my digitizer and screen were separating - not all the screws were there, they were missing! I swapped my autobrightness sensor from my previous screen and that worked fine but my home button still didn't. I decided to contact iFixit about this defective unit and they had a brand new one shipped out to me next day! Installed it in about 20 minutes and everything is working great.
Fully inspect your parts upon receiving them before installation.
Broken iPhone 6s screen.
Repair went very smooth and super easy. The provided screen however, did not have the water proofing seal, and the old one was partially torn during the removal of the old screen.
I would consider including a pre-installed adhesive like what the original screen had.