iPhone 6 Screen Replacement
Very gently, lift the front camera up and out of the plastic bracket. Then fold over to the left.
Remove the earpiece.
Apply heat to the front of the glass to lossen the adhesive holding the proxy sensor and mic in place.
Apply more heat if needed and remove the last part of the flex that is adhered to the left of the earspeaker opening.
Apply heat to the front of the glass to lossen the adhesive holding the home button and flex cable in place.
Carefully remove the flex and home button.
Apply more heat if needed and lift the flex connector that was connected to the home flex so it no longer adheres to the screen.
Properly label the old screen with a ü, üX, or X depending on its condition, and set aside.
Before working on the new screen, visually inspect it for scratches, dings, or any physical damage. If screen is in new condition, proceed to next step, otherwise note the defect(s) and ask for another screen.
Before reassembling the new screen, carefully connect the LCD and digitizer flex cables to the iPhone, reconnect the battery and power on the device.
Test the screen thoroughly for touch sensitivity, color, and backlighting. If no defect is found, proceed to next step, otherwise note the defect(s) and ask for a new screen.
Using a plastic pick, carefully disconnect the battery and fold over to avoid contact during the repair.
Carefully disconnect the flex cables and place the screen face down on a protected surface.
To reassemble the screen, follow Steps 7- 18 in reverse carefully. Note that all pieces should fit snug and should NOT have to be forced into place. If you encounter a problem, recheck your work and the proper step(s) to assemble.
After you have sucessfully assembled the screen, reconnect the 4 flex cables and reapply the plate over the connectors with 5 Phillips screws.
Reconnect the battery and reapply the battery plate with 2 Phillips screws.
Close the screen onto the iPhone body in a clam like motion. The screen should fit snug into the housing and no gaps should be visible.
Reapply 2 Pentalobe screws to the bottom of the iPhone.
Power on the device and test and check all parts of the device.