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Lanzado el 25 de septiembre de 2015. Modelo A1688 / A1633 . La reparación de este dispositivo es similar a las generaciones anteriores, que requieren destornilladores y herramientas de palanca. Disponible como GSM o CDMA / 16 , 64 , o 128 GB / plata, oro, gris espacio, o la opcion de oro rosa.

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iPhone 6s evrything works. black screen

guys pleasee help. iphone 6s evrything works. black screen but a flastliht thru it you can do whatever you want with it.. swipe and everything works, out of warranty, and i got a sledge hammer. the phone it extremely mint besides that proble. tried restoring it everything went thru with a flashlighrt please advice for solution i appreciate it

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No sledgehammer required ;>).

It appears your backlight is not working. It could be the screen itself or the backlight circuit on the logic board. Did this problem occur out of the blue or was it following a drop or impact or perhaps a repair attempt?

The first thing to try is a replacement screen, preferably a known-good or high quality. You can follow this guide to replace it yourself. If that doesn't solve the problem then you have a logic board issue. The iPhone 6S backlight circuit tends to blow easily, especially when folks forget to disconnect the battery prior to removing or installing a the screen. Unfortunately, this would not be a DIY fix and you would need to find a micro-solderer to do the repair.

Imagen iPhone 6s Screen


iPhone 6s Screen


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hey i have the same problem. is there anywhere i can send the phone in to get it microsoldered?


As for repair, look locally for a reputable shop that does micro-soldering repairs. Ideally, you want to find someone local but good workmanship trumps locality. There are many shops worldwide that do this so you shouldn't have any problems finding them. Talk to them and ask how they do their work. Focus on troubleshooting, as opposed to shotgun replacement, and good practices like proper cleaning of boards once completed etc.

If you can't find one locally, then consider mail-in repair. There are several reputable micro-solderers patrolling this forum. You can click on my profile to learn more about my services, at the very least, it can serve as a data point.


rad gabucci told you so:-) @refectio any chance you could copy your answer to this question need to microsolder phone


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