Categories News Portfolio Tech Tips iPhone 6s Glass and LCD replacement June 25, 2018 Professional glass and LCD replacement for iPhone 6s is a widely demanded service, relevant for mechanical damage to the display module, flooding with water, or technical malfunctions. Problems with the display of your iPhone significantly complicate the operation of a mobile phone or completely exclude this possibility. That is why in such a situation it is necessary to contact qualified specialists, ordering diagnostics and repairs at a reasonable price. Contact Mr. Fix urgently if: iPhone has black or yellow spots, stripes, and patterns iPhone 6s display flickers Cracked Touch Screen, there are scratches and chips on the glass Repair Features iPhone 6s has a resistive sensor, which is a one-piece design of the front frame, screen, and glass. The display unit, fused together, was developed by Apple to reduce the thickness of the case, the ability to better respond to pressure and withstand mechanical damage. However, it is not safe from falls from great heights. The main causes of malfunctions requiring replacement of the display: Strong impact on iPhone 6s Hardware problems with control chip, mobile phone controller iPhone overheating and getting inside debris, dust Software malfunctions in the firmware, leading to difficulties in transmitting color, ability to respond to clicks Mr. FIX Cell Phone & Computer Repair values your business and strives to provide you with excellent service, quality parts, and skilled repair technicians. We are a locally owned and operated full-service electronic repair shop offering reliable service when you need it. Every day! Do you still have questions? Our technicians will be glad to answer at (804) 728-9988 Categories News Portfolio Tech Tips Recent Posts I accidentally deleted my iPhone contacts—how do I retrieve them quickly and easily? How to Use iTunes to Unlock an iPhone iPhone 7 Screen Replacement – Step by Step Guide Cost to Repair A MacBook at the Apple Store What is Screen Mirroring on an iPhone, and how does it work?