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By coil, do you mean a part of the driver for a [link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cold_cathode|CCFL] backlight? The iPhone 4 actually has an LED backlight for its retina display; the individual LEDs can be seen on the third picture of [guide|3130|this|stepid=15351] step on our teardown. It looks to me like the little two-lead ribbon cable that is soldered near the display data cable connector is the backlight cable. You might want to pull off that little piece of tape covering the solder points and test the LED array for continuity.
By coil, do you mean a part of the driver for a [link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cold_cathode|CCFL] backlight? The iPhone 4 actually has an LED backlight for its retina display; the individual LEDs can be seen on the third picture of [guide|3130|this|stepid=15351] step on our teardown. It looks to me like the little two-lead ribbon cable that is soldered near the display data cable connector is the backlight cable. You might want to pull off that little piece of tape covering the solder points and test the LED array for continuity.

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Bewerkt door: Andrew Bookholt ,

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By coil, do you mean a part of the driver for a [link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cold_cathode|CCFL] backlight? The iPhone 4 actually has an LED backlight for its retina display; the individual LEDs can be seen on the third picture of [guide|3130|this|stepid=15351] step on our teardown. It looks to me like the little two leadtwo-lead ribbon cable that is soldered near the display data cable connector is the backlight cable. You might want to pull off that little piece of tape covering the solder points and test for continuity.
By coil, do you mean a part of the driver for a [link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cold_cathode|CCFL] backlight? The iPhone 4 actually has an LED backlight for its retina display; the individual LEDs can be seen on the third picture of [guide|3130|this|stepid=15351] step on our teardown. It looks to me like the little two leadtwo-lead ribbon cable that is soldered near the display data cable connector is the backlight cable. You might want to pull off that little piece of tape covering the solder points and test for continuity.

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Bewerkt door: Andrew Bookholt ,

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By coil, do you mean a part of the driver for a [link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cold_cathode|CCFL] backlight? The iPhone 4 actually has an LED backlight for its retina display; the individual LEDs can be seen on the third picture of [guide|3130|this|stepid=15351] step on our teardown. It looks to me thatlike the little two lead ribbon cable that is soldered near the display data cable connector is the backlight cable. You might want to pull off that little piece of tape covering the solder points and test for continuity.
By coil, do you mean a part of the driver for a [link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cold_cathode|CCFL] backlight? The iPhone 4 actually has an LED backlight for its retina display; the individual LEDs can be seen on the third picture of [guide|3130|this|stepid=15351] step on our teardown. It looks to me thatlike the little two lead ribbon cable that is soldered near the display data cable connector is the backlight cable. You might want to pull off that little piece of tape covering the solder points and test for continuity.

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Bewerkt door: Andrew Bookholt ,

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By coil, do you mean a part of the driver for a CCFL[link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cold_cathode|CCFL] backlight? The iPhone 4 actually has an LED backlight for its retina display; the individual LEDs can be seen on the third picture of [guide|3130|this|stepid=15351] step on our teardown. It looks to me that the little two lead ribbon cable that is soldered near the display data cable connector is the backlight cable. You might want to pull off that little piece of tape covering the solder points and test for continuity.
By coil, do you mean a part of the driver for a CCFL[link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cold_cathode|CCFL] backlight? The iPhone 4 actually has an LED backlight for its retina display; the individual LEDs can be seen on the third picture of [guide|3130|this|stepid=15351] step on our teardown. It looks to me that the little two lead ribbon cable that is soldered near the display data cable connector is the backlight cable. You might want to pull off that little piece of tape covering the solder points and test for continuity.

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By coil, do you mean a part of the driver for a CCFL backlight? The iPhone 4 actually has an LED backlight for its retina display; the individual LEDs can be seen on the third picture of [guide|3130|this|stepid=15351] step on our teardown. It looks to me that the little two lead ribbon cable that is soldered near the display data cable connector is the backlight cable. You might want to pull off that little piece of tape covering the solder points and test for continuity.

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