Not your fault but I didn't read the description & didn't see that it didn't come with the front facing camera or the head piece so I had to install it onto the new display
Nothing, just a great product.
This iPhone 6 Plus LCD Screen and Digitizer is our most economical screen replacement option. It does not include the home button, front camera, earpiece speaker, home button link cable, or the LCD shield plate, so you'll need to transfer those parts from your original screen assembly. 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.
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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.
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On a recent vacation my phone got put into a bag with some cold water bottles and the condensation cause the screen to go blank. I was afraid that the phone was water damaged and irreparable but figured I'd buy the display assembly replacement kit and give it a shot. Worst case I was told that I c . . .
My friend dropped his iPhone and then put it in his back pocket and sat on it. The screen was practically dust. I offered to fix it for him since I had worked on my old iPhone with iFixit tools and tutorials before and felt that I could fix his phone.
Pretty smoothly. I didn't realize the cables . . .
My screen was completely smashed and Apple wouldn't fix it because "we suspect their might possibly be moisture inside"?!?!
I received my iPhone 6 Plus LCD screen and digitizer and was very happy with the initial inspection. I was so ready to finally get rid of my smashed screen that I jump right in . . .
My sleek, two week old iPhone 6 plus was as naked as a baby and twice as vulnerable. Living creatures have the potential to heal themselves. As a climbing instructor and potter, I'm often in situations where dropping things would be life altering, so I tend to be very conscientious of these risks . . .
The screen was cracked due to a drop. Even though the phone still worked fine I did not like the crack. I wanted it fixed and found the IFIXIT store.
The repair went pretty good. The video on the IFIXIT site was helpful to get started. The only down side is that it left out some of the steps that are . . .
Of course, I dropped my iPhone 6 Plus just days after I got it and before I had a good protective case. It cracked on the left side, bottom corner, in the "dead space" next to the home button. One crack went from that corner to the top center. After a few days, it started to spider-web out into . . .