原帖由： Minho ,
Based on your diagnosis, it does appear that the problem is with the display assembly. You have already received some good advice from Dennis & SW, even if they are saying different things. Yes, you can fix your iPhone 5 for relatively little but you may also get a much more capable phone for a modest investment, especially if you buy it pre-owned from a trusted source. Only you can decide what's the best course of action based on where you are and how easily you can get parts or new devices. We often forget on this forum that not everyone is in the US and not everyone has easy access to parts, third-party/Apple service or affordable new devices. Do your due diligence and take the best decision. Keep in mind that chucking devices in the trash just adds to our growing e-waste problem. If you decide to get a new phone, there are lots of people who would be thrilled to get an iPhone 5 nonetheless.