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I use to see this a lot when I worked for a apple reseller, so generally one of 3 things liquid, dropped or fake display.
 
If was just dropped the digitiser might be damaged or the cable may need to be reseated but its impassableimpossible to know without inspecting the phone.
If was just dropped the digitiser might be damaged or the cable may need to be reseated but its impassableimpossible to know without inspecting the phone.
 
if liquid damaged it makes more sense because generally device degrade and get worse over time due to corrosion. you can check in the SIM card tray if there LCI has been triggered and gone and turned red ( it should be white) if its liquid Apple would generally recommend a whole unit replacement for a exchange.
if liquid damaged it makes more sense because generally device degrade and get worse over time due to corrosion. you can check in the SIM card tray if there LCI has been triggered and gone and turned red ( it should be white) if its liquid Apple would generally recommend a whole unit replacement for a exchange.
 
if its a fake display apple's updates have a tendency of bricking iPhone's when the display cant pass the system check at boot up which cause'sup, `This can cause the iPhone to restart the system test and putting youyour iPhone into a boot loop.
if its a fake display apple's updates have a tendency of bricking iPhone's when the display cant pass the system check at boot up which cause'sup, `This can cause the iPhone to restart the system test and putting youyour iPhone into a boot loop.
 
good luck with it.

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I use to see this a lot when I worked for a apple reseller, so generally one of 23 things liquid, dropped or fake display.
I use to see this a lot when I worked for a apple reseller, so generally one of 23 things liquid, dropped or fake display.
 
If was just dropped the digitiser might be damaged or the cable may need to be reseated but its impassable to know without inspecting the phone.
 
if liquid damaged it makes more sense because generally device degrade and get worse over time due to corrosion. you can check in the SIM card tray if there LCI has been triggered and gone red ( it should be white) if its liquid Apple would generally recommend a whole unit replacement for a exchange.
 
if its a fake display apple's updates have a tendency of bricking iPhone's when the display cant pass the system check at boot up which cause's the iPhone to restart the system test putting you into a boot loop.
 
good luck with it.

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原帖由: Daftpunkerz ,

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I use to see this a lot when I worked for a apple reseller, so generally one of 2 things liquid, dropped or fake display.

If was just dropped the digitiser might be damaged or the cable may need to be reseated but its impassable to know without inspecting the phone.

if liquid damaged it makes more sense because generally device degrade and get worse over time due to corrosion. you can check in the SIM card tray if there LCI has been triggered and gone red ( it should be white) if its liquid Apple would generally recommend a whole unit replacement for a exchange.

if its a fake display apple's updates have a tendency of bricking iPhone's when the display cant pass the system check at boot up which cause's the iPhone to restart the system test putting you into a boot loop.

good luck with it.

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