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xixi.li

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Nov 25, 2015
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If you want to repair your iPhone 6 at a repair store, you can read this first


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Matthew.H

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Sep 16, 2015
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I presume you mean repaired by a 3rd party store? The replacement screen Apple uses are the same parts used in the original phones when they are made.
 

xymay

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Jan 14, 2015
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Thanks for sharing the tips with us, the copied screens manufactured by 3rd party factories are pretty much the same as original ones nowadays, simply compared by these two methods maybe not enough, etradesupply has done an in-depth research on how to tell the difference, here are the reports:
1. Are The Flood of New High Copy iPhone LCD Screens as Good as The OEM Ones?
2. Update: Don’t Miss the Copy iPhone LCDs’ Features
3. *Update* The Root of Differences among Copy iPhone LCDs: Structure
4. How to Tell The Copy Parts From OEM (Without Tear Down the LCD Part)
 
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