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Lanzado en Septiembre 19, 2014, este iPhone con pantalla de 4.7" es la versión pequeña del iPhone 6 Plus.

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Tore front camera cable opening phone - Now phone doesn't turn on

I opened my iPhone to try make sure the home button cable connectors were securely in place for a different problem. When I opened it, the screen assembly came off suddenly and I completely tore the cable that connects to the front camera. After closing it up, it wouldn't turn on. I tried opening and checking all the connections a second and third time and got the same result.

The phone has some power though. When I hold down the power button and both volume buttons it will give a brief buzz. Once the battery is reconnected, the upper right hand corner of the phone (opposite side of the rear facing camera) gets VERY HOT after a few minutes . I tried plugging the phone into a computer, but it did not register on itunes. I also tried calling it, but it didn't ring. So it's more than the screen not working.

Can the behavior described above be attributed to just a torn front camera cable? Or is it likely that I damaged one of the other three cables (digitizer, screen or home button cables) that are attached to the screen assembly?

Thanks in advance.


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Did you remove the front camera ribbon cable completely out of the phone and definitely not have it plugged in?

You might be able to turn on the phone still successfully.


Thanks for the suggestion. Removed the camera ribbon completely still not working. Same heat issues too.


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The exact same thing happened to my iPhone 5c. It was very hot and made random buzzing sounds and noises. Unfortunately there is nothing to do about it, as I brought mine to the Apple Store and they said it was broken and couldn't be repaired.

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