So I recently dropped my iPhone 6 on a hard tile floor. There is not physical damage, however the screen now has two sets of vertical lines on it spanning from the top to the bottom which are each a fe pixels wide. In these areas, the touchscreen is unresponsive, for example, the lines go through the Y key on the keyboard and that letter is not recognised when pressed. Same goes for anything on the screen under these lines. I have to switch to landscape mode in order to type properly now. These lines can be seen in the attached picture, I have used a black background so that they are more visible. The screen glass is in perfect condition otherwise. I have spoken to Apple and they have asked me to perform the usual tests, hard reboot, restore etc. The warranty has just elapsed on it and I do not have extended Applecare so they suggest taking it to an authorised repairer (we don't have an Apple store here in Vienna), stating that it will be either a screen replacement (cheaper) or a replacement (more expensive). I just wondered if anyone has experienced this before and if a screen replacement will fix the issue. Or if it's the underlying capacitive electronics that have been damaged. Thanks.