iPhone 6 Screen Replacement In Kolkata by Techyuga

By October 25, 2016 Apple, How to's, iPhone

Thinking about replacing your iPhone’s damaged  screen when your phone is already out of warranty? Well, it may sound very tricky but with our guide, you can do it if you want it to do by yourself. We have previously written about how to replace iPhone 5 screen we will further help you to replace screen in iPhone 6 Screen Replacement In Kolkata. As many of you know Techyuga is Kolkata’s best iPhone repair center and indeed the best place for iPhone 6 Screen Replacement for our readers we have this perfect DIY guide today…Let’s check out –

iPhone 6 Screen Replacement

Switching off iPhone 6

Power off your iPhone 6

Before performing any repair you should always power off your device before opening it up.

fixing screws in new display iPhone 6

Remove broken display

Use your suction cup to carefully pry up the bottom of the display. Position the suction cup right above the Home button as shown in the photo below. Just take care not to pull up too hard as there are still cables at the top holding the display to the logic board.

Swing up the display enough to reveal the top right of the inside of the iPhone. This is where the cables sit that we need to disconnect.

Use your #000 Phillips screwdriver to remove the five screws shown in the photo below. Be sure not to mix up these screws as they are all different sizes and should be put back in the same order. It always helps me to put them in a pattern similar to how they go in the shield.

Removing cables from display

Remove broken display

Remove the display shield using your fingers or small tweezers. Just take care not to snag the cables underneath.
There are four cables holding the display to the logic board. Remove the first two cables shown in the photo below using the flat end of your spudger tool. Be very careful not to pry at the board and only at the cables themselves. They should come free rather easily.

Removing third cable from iPhone 6

Remove broken display

After removing the first two cables, a third cable is now visible. Remove it the same way you did the previous two.

Removing display assembly in iPhone 6

Remove broken display

You should see one remaining cable underneath the third cable. Remove it the same way. The display assembly should be free.

iPhone 6 touch id removal

Transfer Touch ID

On the back of your broken display, remove the two screws on the Touch ID shield. Again, remember not to mix up any screws.

Removing touch id in iPhone 6

Transfer Touch ID

The silver shield holding Touch ID in place can now be removed.

Removing home button assembly

Transfer Touch ID

Gently push the Home button from the front of the display. The only thing holding it in place is adhesive. You can apply a small amount of heat with a hair dryer if you’d like to make the removal process easier.

Removing cables from touch id iPhone 6

Transfer Touch ID

Place the entire Touch ID and Home button assembly in the replacement display, making sure it is lined up correctly.

Secure the single cable holding Touch ID to the front assembly.

Replacing screws and shields in iPhone 6

Replace Silver Shield

Replace the silver shield and the two screws holding it in place.

fixing screws in new display iPhone 6

Install new display

Secure the four cables on the new display assembly to the logic board of your iPhone, in reverse order of how you removed them.

Replace the display shield and the five screws that hold it in place, using your #000 Phillips screwdriver.

replacing new screen in iPhone 6

Install new display

Line up the top of the display, paying attention to the indents in the frame and the grooves at the top of the display.

Replace dock screws

Replace the two screws on either side of the Lightning Dock. Be sure not to screw them in too tight, which could result in you stripping them. Stripped screws make it difficult to remove them later if you need to.

Test new display

Once your iPhone 6 is back together and you’re sure you have no spare parts (hint: you shouldn’t!), it’s safe to power it back on. If all went well, you should see an Apple logo (if you see lines or a black screen, refer to the note below).

Once it boots back up, you’re ready to start testing everything! To ensure everything is working as it should, test the following functions:

Test the touch screen by typing on a keyboard and testing for dead spots on the screen

Place a test call and put your finger over the top sensors to make sure the screen goes dark like it does when your face is against it during a call

Ensure you can hear calls out of the earpiece

Transfer a call to speakerphone or play music

Test Touch ID and Home button functionality to ensure both are working properly — I suggest adding a new fingerprint to verify Touch ID.

Hope this blog helped you to learn about iPhone 6 Screen Replacement.



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One Comment

  • Nikunj goenka says:

    My battery of I phone 6 not working up to the mark . I think the battery need to be changed . So please check and help me out with my problem .waiting for your response .
    Thank you

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