iPhone 6s LCD Screen and Digitizer

iPhone 6s LCD Screen and Digitizer

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$69.99

$69.99

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Product Details

Features

Features

This iPhone 6s LCD Screen and Digitizer is our most economical screen replacement option. It includes includes the earpiece speaker mesh, front camera bracket, cable foam pads, and sensor bracket all pre-installed. It does not include the home button, front camera, earpiece speaker, or LCD shield plate so you'll need to transfer those parts from your original screen assembly. It also does not include display adhesive. This part is preferred by repair professionals and more intrepid DIY fixers who are looking to save a few bucks. For an easier and quicker repair experience, check out the full assembly version.

We test, track, and guarantee every iPhone screen to ensure you get the best part every time. Learn more about how iFixit provides the most reliable iPhone screens.

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

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.

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Compatibility

iPhone 6s
A1633 US AT&T Locked or SIM Free
A1688 US Sprint/Verizon and Global
A1700 Mainland China

Repair Stories

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My Problem

Even with the otter box if you put it in your back pocket and then fall down a rocky riverbank...you will crack that screen. A sharp rock punctured it right next to the home button.

My Fix

The breakdown came easier than I expected, but putting it all back together was what took the most time. I had to brea . . .

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My Problem

My son had cracked the screen on his phone.

My Fix

It went very well. The repair guide was super useful.

My Advice

Make sure you have a nice clean area to work in with space to spread out. Having a hair dryer handy for loosening the adhesive is nice also.

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My Problem

My original screen was cracked and Apple claimed they needed to update and restore my phone...I would not accept that. So I ended up doing the repair myself and everything worked great!

My Fix

The process can be rather intimidating, but following the instructions to the "T" makes the process less frustrati . . .

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My Problem

My iPhone 6s screen shattered. I could still use it, but it was difficult to see clearly (obviously). Plus I'm paranoid that radiation oozes out when a phone cracks. I have absolutely no scientific knowledge to back that up, but still.

My Fix

Great! My IT guy at work recommended purchasing the screen at iFi . . .

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My Problem

Cracked screen

My Fix

Fixed in front of the customer at a pub

My Advice

Used double sided sticky tape to keep the screws from finding the floor.

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My Problem

Damaged 6S display

My Fix

Repair was relatively straightforward. I have repaired numerous 5S displays and found the 6S to be easier.

My Advice

I do my work on white paper that I tape to a table surface so that I can see the screws once removed. I organize them on the white paper with double-stick tape so that I don' . . .

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