Have you ever heard the story of the boy who cried wolf? If it happened once, it doesn’t count; if it happens twice, then you should be suspect. The thing is, a broken iPhone LCD has been breaking our hearts for years now – not because there’s anything wrong with them, but because we keep buying new ones and hoping that this time, it’ll be different. Here are three easy ways to tell if your iPhone LCD is broken or not!
Depending on the severity of the break, you may also see lines or patterns on the screen. If the LCD is completely shattered, you will not be able to see anything on the screen at all. Here are signs that your iPhone’s LCD is busted:
-There are dead pixels on the screen.
-The screen is cracked or has large fractures.
-The color is distorted or there are lines running through the image.
-The touchscreen doesn’t respond as well as it used to.
-You see black spots on the screen.
-The image becomes blurry when you move the phone from one angle to another.
-The phone won’t turn off even after you’ve tried pressing all the buttons a few times.
If you’re experiencing difficulty using your iPhone, the first thing to do is check if the LCD (liquid crystal display) is broken. This guide will show you how to do that.
To test if the LCD is broken, turn off your iPhone and hold it up so that the screen faces down. If there is a white light coming from within the phone, then the LCD is definitely broken and needs to be replaced. If there’s no light, then the LCD may just need some cleaning or alignment, but it’s not necessarily broken.
If your iPhone LCD is actually just dirty or has minor alignment issues, you can clean it with a cloth and some water or a mild abrasive cleaner like toothpaste diluted with water. Be sure to remove all of the dirt and dust before re-attaching the panel by aligning it properly on its connector on the logic board. You can also try re-attaching it in another orientation if that’s easier for you. If none of these work, then your iPhone LCD may need to be replaced altogether.
If your iPhone’s LCD screen is broken, you won’t be able to see anything on it. In some cases, the entire LCD panel can be replaced. If only part of the panel is broken, you can usually fix it by following these steps:
1) Turn off your iPhone and wait for it to cool down.
2) Open the phone up and locate the battery cover. Pry it open with a small flathead screwdriver.
3) Locate the LCD screen cable attached to the motherboard. Pry it loose with a small Phillips head screwdriver.
4) If only part of the screen is broken, replace just that part using either an adhesive or a plastic piece that snaps into place (like those for eyeglasses). If all of the screen is broken, you’ll need to replace the entire panel.
If you’re not sure if your iPhone’s LCD is broken, there are a few things you can do to test it. First, try to turn on the phone and see if it comes on. If it doesn’t, then the LCD might be broken. If the phone comes on, but the screen is blurry or distorted, the LCD might be broken. Finally, if the phone still won’t come on even after trying all of these things, then the LCD might be broken and needs to be replaced.
There are a few things you can do to determine if the issue is with the screen itself or with something else in your phone. First, try restarting your phone. If the problem persists, you may need to take it to an Apple store for repair.
Another way to test whether the screen is broken is to use a finger to press and hold down on one corner of the screen. If thescreen doesn’t respond positively when you do this, then it’s likely that the LCD panel is broken and should be replaced.