iPhone 6 LCD Screen and Digitizer Full Assembly

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iPhone 6 LCD Screen and Digitizer Full Assembly

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$59.99

$59.99

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Product Details

Features

Features

This iPhone 6 LCD Screen and Digitizer Full Assembly includes all the small parts pre-installed in the assembly, saving time and increasing the quality of your repair. If you’re a repair pro—or need to save a little dough—check out the iPhone 6 LCD Screen and Digitizer, a less complete assembly requiring the transfer of small parts from your old screen.

LCD Screen and Digitizer Full Assembly includes:

Fix Kit contents:

Not sure if this is the right kit? Identify your iPhone before you buy.

Note: the Touch ID function will only work with your phone's original home button assembly. This replacement part does not include the home button. You will need to transfer the button assembly from your old display to retain Touch ID.

Once you've fixed that screen, keep your display looking new with a screen protector—and those colors brightly powered with a new USB power adapter and charging cable.

Compatibility

iPhone 6
128 GB
16 GB
64 GB

Repair Stories

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Gabriel Jones's Story Photo #1323974
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Gabriel Jones's Story Photo #1323976

My Problem

My old screen had a Ghost touching issue.

My Fix

The repair went smooth.

My Advice

I don’t know why, but my touch id didn’t work with the back plate that came with the new screen. I had to use the one from my old screen. The camera that came with the new screen is the best front camera i’ve ever had.

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Elizabeth Jardim's Story Photo #1321807
Elizabeth Jardim's Story Photo #1321803
Elizabeth Jardim's Story Photo #1321804

My Problem

Act 1:

The original problem with my phone was that the battery was ailing. This was getting annoying, especially since it held almost no charge in cold weather, which of course, is now. After the #batterygate scandal I realized I had two reasons to swap out my battery, so I turned to iFixit for the . . .

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My Problem

The screen was cracked

My Fix

I successfully replaced the screen. The biggest problem was that the parts inside the phone are supper tiny. Little bitty screws and tiny cable connectors. The tools that IFIXIT sent with the replacement part saved me from disaster.

My Advice

Set up in a clutter free workplace. The . . .

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My Problem

Cracked screen

My Fix

Easy, but didn’t realize the home button from the old screen needed to be transplanted into the new screen.

Also, I don’t think the new screen can do auto-brightness. No longer working after install :(

My Advice

Install the Home button into the new screen, THEN install the new screen.

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My Problem

Battery life was non-existent. Screen was crumbling.

iPhone 6 LCD Screen and Digitizer Full Assembly

My Fix

Great.

My Advice

Why would you sell a new battery without the sticky tape?

Get a rubber band and use a soup can or full soda can, that helped keep the ribbons safe while trying to reconnect everything.

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My Problem

My screen was shattered and had lines and no touch sensitivity

My Fix

The repair went great! Great instructions, very high quality parts! And more than all the tools needed were included in the kit. So glad i chose this instead of rip off Apple

My Advice

A tip for others would be separate and label screws because al . . .

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My Problem

The glass was chipping away, exposing the camera and almost the LCD and speaker, not to mention the slight spiderwebbing across the screen.

My Fix

The repair went pretty smoothly, nothing too difficult.

My Advice

Plan also on moving the original home button over to the new screen. It didn't take much more time but I w . . .

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My Problem

Two problems: 1) the screen was badly cracked and 2) The battery would not hold a charge.

My Fix

The repair went pretty well.

The battery replacement was quit easy. The only issue was one of the adhesive strips broke which required tweezers to grasp the torn end. Both strips pulled free as expected. I inst . . .

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My Problem

Broken screen

My Fix

Perfectly with two exceptions. Since the screen was shattered, the suction cup wouldn't stick. I found the solution online: put duck tape over the screen. This should be noted in the iFixit instructions. Problem number two. I was left with an extra screw from the touchID assembly. . . .

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My Problem

My wife cracked the screen on her first iPhone. We'd since gotten her one with more storage, but I decided to try to repair the cracked one.

My Fix

The repair went smooth and appeared to have no issues until we tried calling someone. The earpiece speaker technically worked, but had a bad crackling sound. . . .

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