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=== Update (12/23/2017) === you have

you might have
something wrong with the software and you can hard reset it. To do a hard reset, press and hold the power button (also known as the Sleep / Wake button) and the Home button (the circular button below the display) together for at least 10 seconds. On the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, you perform a hard reset by pressing and holding the volume down button and the power button at the same time until the you see the Apple logo appear on the screen.
=== Update (12/23/2017) === you have

you might have
something wrong with the software and you can hard reset it. To do a hard reset, press and hold the power button (also known as the Sleep / Wake button) and the Home button (the circular button below the display) together for at least 10 seconds. On the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, you perform a hard reset by pressing and holding the volume down button and the power button at the same time until the you see the Apple logo appear on the screen.
 
If the Apple logo appears on the screen, there probably isn’t a problem with your iPhone’s hardware — it was a the software

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In many cases, your iPhone screen is black because=== Update (12/23/2017) === you have something wrong with the cable that connectssoftware and you can hard reset it. To do a hard reset, press and hold the LCD topower button (also known as the logic board has become dislodged. This cable is calledSleep / Wake button) and the display data connector. WhenHome button (the circular button below the display data connector becomes dislodged fromdisplay) together for at least 10 seconds. On the logic board, your iPhone can be fixed7 and 7 Plus, you perform a hard reset by plugging it back in. That meanspressing and holding the volume down button and the power button at the same time until the you have to open up your iPhone so it can be fixedsee the Apple logo appear on the screen.
In many cases, your iPhone screen is black because=== Update (12/23/2017) === you have something wrong with the cable that connectssoftware and you can hard reset it. To do a hard reset, press and hold the LCD topower button (also known as the logic board has become dislodged. This cable is calledSleep / Wake button) and the display data connector. WhenHome button (the circular button below the display data connector becomes dislodged fromdisplay) together for at least 10 seconds. On the logic board, your iPhone can be fixed7 and 7 Plus, you perform a hard reset by plugging it back in. That meanspressing and holding the volume down button and the power button at the same time until the you have to open up your iPhone so it can be fixedsee the Apple logo appear on the screen.
 
There are other cases where the fix isn’t so simple, and that’s when the LCD itself is damaged. When that happens, it doesn’t matter if the LCD is connected to the logic board or not – it’s broken and it needs to be replaced.

=== Update (12/23/2017) ===

The LCD might be damaged as I said in my last anwser, or you have something wrong with the software and you can hard reset it. To do a hard reset, press and hold the power button (also known as the Sleep / Wake button) and the Home button (the circular button below the display) together for at least 10 seconds. On the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, you perform a hard reset by pressing and holding the volume down button and the power button at the same time until the you see the Apple logo appear on the screen.

If
If the Apple logo appears on the screen, there probably isn’t a problem with your iPhone’s hardware — it was a the software . If the Apple logo doesn’t appear on the screen the LCD is damaged and needs to be replaced so the easy thing to do is probably go to Apple to get the LCD replace or get a new phone.
There are other cases where the fix isn’t so simple, and that’s when the LCD itself is damaged. When that happens, it doesn’t matter if the LCD is connected to the logic board or not – it’s broken and it needs to be replaced.

=== Update (12/23/2017) ===

The LCD might be damaged as I said in my last anwser, or you have something wrong with the software and you can hard reset it. To do a hard reset, press and hold the power button (also known as the Sleep / Wake button) and the Home button (the circular button below the display) together for at least 10 seconds. On the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, you perform a hard reset by pressing and holding the volume down button and the power button at the same time until the you see the Apple logo appear on the screen.

If
If the Apple logo appears on the screen, there probably isn’t a problem with your iPhone’s hardware — it was a the software . If the Apple logo doesn’t appear on the screen the LCD is damaged and needs to be replaced so the easy thing to do is probably go to Apple to get the LCD replace or get a new phone.

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In many cases, your iPhone screen is black because the cable that connects the LCD to the logic board has become dislodged. This cable is called the display data connector. When the display data connector becomes dislodged from the logic board, your iPhone can be fixed by plugging it back in. That means you have to open up your iPhone so it can be fixed
 
There are other cases where the fix isn’t so simple, and that’s when the LCD itself is damaged. When that happens, it doesn’t matter if the LCD is connected to the logic board or not – it’s broken and it needs to be replaced.
 
=== Update (12/23/2017) ===
 
The LCD might be damaged as I said in my last anwser, or you have something wrong with the software and you can hard reset it. To do a hard reset, press and hold the power button (also known as the Sleep / Wake button) and the Home button (the circular button below the display) together for at least 10 seconds. On the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, you perform a hard reset by pressing and holding the volume down button and the power button at the same time until the you see the Apple logo appear on the screen.
 
If the Apple logo appears on the screen, there probably isn’t a problem with your iPhone’s hardware — it was a software . If the Apple logo doesn’t appear on the screen the LCD is damaged and needs to be replaced so the easy thing to do is probably go to Apple to get the LCD replace or get a new phone.

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Origineel bericht door: Erin Baker ,

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In many cases, your iPhone screen is black because the cable that connects the LCD to the logic board has become dislodged. This cable is called the display data connector. When the display data connector becomes dislodged from the logic board, your iPhone can be fixed by plugging it back in. That means you have to open up your iPhone so it can be fixed

There are other cases where the fix isn’t so simple, and that’s when the LCD itself is damaged. When that happens, it doesn’t matter if the LCD is connected to the logic board or not – it’s broken and it needs to be replaced.

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open