LCD Assembly for iPhone 6 (Refurbished / Black Color)
LCD Assembly for iPhone 6 (Refurbished / Black Color)
LCD Assembly for iPhone 6 (Refurbished / Black Color)
LCD Assembly for iPhone 6 (Refurbished / Black Color)

LCD Assembly for iPhone 6 (Refurbished / Black Color)

Sale price$17.89

✅ Screen Size: 4.7 Inch
✅ Compatible Model: A1549 | A1586 | A1589

  • LCD Assembly for iPhone 6 Screen Replacement (Refurbished / Black Color)
  • Please note that the LCD and Flexcable are factory std, which means these two key components are produced and assembled by the original manufacturer such as Sharp, Toshiba, and LG.
  • Named Refurbished LCD just because the old front glass is removed by using a hot plate and a new polariser is applied. According to the case of old original devices, the backlight may also be replaced with new.
  • Tested one by one, 100% perfect fit, use this LCD Replacement to resolve nearly any touch screen problems your iPhone 6 may have.
  • Highly recommended for Professional Installation.
  • offers a Lifetime Warranty on this product.

     Use this guide to replace the screen of your iPhone 6. This guide shows you how to replace the old screen and home button. If you don't transfer your phone's original home button to the new screen, you will lose the Touch ID feature.
    Turn off your iPhone before starting the disassembly.
    Remove the two 3.6mm Pentalobe screws next to the Lightning connector.
    The next three steps show the use of iSclack. iSclack is a great tool to open iPhone 6 safely and we recommend it to anyone doing multiple repairs. If you are not using iSclack, skip to Step 5.
    If the plastic depth gauge on the iSclack is adjacent to the center of the iSclack, remove it—it doesn't need to be used on larger phones like the iPhone 6.
    Close the handle of the iSclack to open the suction cups.
    Place the bottom of your iPhone between the suction cups.
    Move the iSclack's top suction cup over the screen so that it does not cover the home button, but sits just above the home button.
    Open the handle to close the iSclack's mouth. Center the suction cups and press firmly against the front and back of the phone.
    Hold your iPhone securely and close the handle to separate the iSclack's suction cups; this action separates the front panel from the rear case.
    iSclack is designed to securely separate parts without damaging your iPhone's display cables.
    Peel the suction cups from your iPhone.
    Continue from Step 8, skipping the next three steps.
    While holding the iPhone down with one hand, lift the suction cup up into the air to gently separate the front panel assembly from the back case.
    Without haste, apply firm and sustained force. This screen assembly is designed to be tighter than other devices.
    Gently separate the back case from the display assembly with a plastic opening tool while pulling the display assembly upwards with the suction cup.
    There are several clamps that attach the front panel assembly to the rear chassis. For this reason, you may need to use both the suction cup and the plastic opening tool together to separate the front panel assembly.
    Release the locked air in the vacuum nozzle by pulling on the plastic nub.
    Disconnect the suction cup from the display assembly.
    Separate the iPhone from the back case by holding the front panel of the device by the home button and using the top of the phone as support.
    Some clamps at the top of the dash provide partial support.
    For reassembly, assemble the clamps just below the top corner of the rear case. Then slide the panel until its top corners align with the corners of the rear case.
    Gently lift the front panel at a 90-degree angle to the rear case, leaning it against something to stand on while you work on it.
    If you can't find anything, an unopened can of beverage is handy for this process.
    Use a rubber band to keep the screen firmly in place while you work. This tape will also prevent unnecessary tension that can be applied to the screen cables.
    Remove the following Phillips screws from the battery connector arm:
    One 2.2mm screw
    One 3.2mm screw
    Disconnect the metal battery connector arm from the iPhone.
    Use a plastic opening tool to disconnect and lift the battery connector from its socket on the motherboard.
    Just be careful to lift the battery connector and never force the socket on the motherboard. If you force the socket on the motherboard, you can completely break the connector.
    Remove the following Phillips screws that secure the front panel assembly cable arm:
    Three 1.2mm screws
    One 1.7mm screw
    One 3.1 mm screw
    Installing these screws in the wrong places during reassembly will permanently damage your iPhone's motherboard.
    Disconnect the front panel assembly cable arm from the motherboard. Be careful to lift only the cable connectors and never force the connectors on the motherboard.
    Use the flat end of the pliers to disconnect the front camera and sensor cable connector. Use the flat end of the pliers to disconnect the home button cable connector. Use the flat end of the pliers to disconnect the display data cable connector.