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Introdotto il 19 settembre 2014, questo iPhone con schermo da 4,7" è la versione più piccola dell'iPhone 6 Plus. Identificato dai numeri modello A1549, A1586, and A1589.

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iPhone 6 ribbon connectors from screen don’t fit mother board connecte

How do you get iPhone 6 screen ribbon connecters to connect to the connecters on the mother board?

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This may sound odd but, are you sure the screen is for an iPhone 6? If it’s not, it will never fit.

Or is it that you having difficulty trying to get the connectors to attach to the board? If that is the case, you may have bent pins in the connector. They are easily damaged if they are not lined up correctly, and pressure is applied to try and attach them. This is a common issue. If so, then you’ll need to find someone that can install a new one for you.

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When I repaired an iPhone 6 the connectors needed a bit of pressure to plug them in. Not much tho! I actually misaligned them and put a bit of pressure on them. Nothing happened and that's all. The connectors survived without any problem. So while they are easily damaged, they are not THAT easily damaged. However, force would likely break them. ;)


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Hm, this is a very strange problem.

First of all you should make sure that the replacement screen is for your phone and not anything else than an iPhone 6. If that’s the case, it won’t be compatible. However if you have an iPhone 6 replacement display, you should make sure that it is one of high quality. Low quality replacement displays are often likely to break in a short time or give you trouble when repairing.

But if you have a high quality replacement display (such as a one from iFixit) there should be no trouble. You must have damaged the connectors on the cables somehow (bent pins or similar) resulting in them not connecting even if it is the original screen or not.

The last solution might be that the replacement display got damaged when it was made in the factory. If that’s the case you should contact your seller.

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