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    • Skipper

    So thinking of replacing a damaged iPhone 11 Pro OLED screen as it is cracked and Apple UK charge £266 which I do not mind and totally understand, but as times are hard and I love tinkering, I am looking at maybe performing this task myself .

    From reading many articles online, seems the biggest challenge is making sure the iPhone 11 after the screen has been replaced does not come up with the messages / problems:

    Note: if your iPhone is still within warranty, then you need to ensure the screen is replaced by Apple or an authorised Apple repair centre (to unsure warranty is not voided)

    • “Unable to verify this iPhone has a genuine Apple display”
    • Still supports “true tone”
    • Face ID still works after screen replacement
    • iPhone still remains water tight
    • when screen is turned off, screen is Black, fakes (inferior) screens are Grey.

    Will add to this list if I find any other screen issues

     

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #14386
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    • Skipper

    Now to find a iPhone 11 Pro screen (OLED) not LCD, as it seems many screens sold to suit the iPhone 11 pro online are actually LCD , and only the iPhone 11 had an LCD screen, the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max had an OLED screen

    Seems for iPhone 11 – LG manufacture the LCD screen panels

    For iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max – Samsung produced the OLED Screens panels

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

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