Typically for a backlight to go out on the iPhone 6S would be a result of a few things, 1 being liquid damage on the motherboard causing corrosion and shorting out the backlight circuit which contains a diode, a backlight ic (U4020) as well as few other discrete components. Another way a backlight circuit can go out is also by installing a replacement screen and bridging a few of the connectors on the LCD FPC connection thus causing a short and ruining the circuit.Read More
A blown back light on an iPhone 6 is typically caused by a screen replacement gone wrong or a sudden drop on the phone which can damage some of the components on the backlight circuit.
Lets take a look at the back light circuit and evaluate the possible issues and solutions to this problem.Read More
This type of repair is common after the many months and years of plugging and unplugging the micro usb cable to charge. The physical usage this port sees with often contribute to the degradation of the port.Read More
Often times with smaller mobile devices, a need for shrinking the surface mounted components arises. With the smaller components comes smaller tools. Typically working with components on the 0402 scale and even smaller makes using standard tools very difficult. The scale is literally microscopic; components on a board can be smaller than a grain of rice (hence the microscope)Read More
Repairing an iPad Mini Digitizer and realized the pins had come out of the digitizer fpc connector? No need to worry! This a typical problem faced during ipad mini repairs and here at micro soldering repairs we love this repair!
In order to repair this we will remove and re-install a new digitizer fpc connector.Read More
Do you own an iPhone 6 Plus and suffer from no touch or flashing gray lines? Have you tried to bring your phone to a repair shop and they were unable to fix the problem. The repair process involves disassembling the iPhone and removing the motherboard to access the touch IC's that reside on the back of the logic board.Read More