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For now, I would get it OOW replaced with Apple. It will be expensive but I don't think there are many third party repair shops that are routinely doing micro-soldering on the iPhone X. You may have more luck with some of the big Chinese shops like Rewa or G-Lon so you could always research them.
 
The iPhone X has a sandwiched pcb design which makes it very challenging to repair. Check out the [guide|98975|teardown] if your curiouscurious.

You can follow the [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/iPhone_X_Won%27t_Turn_On|troubleshooting tree here] for some other ideas.
The iPhone X has a sandwiched pcb design which makes it very challenging to repair. Check out the [guide|98975|teardown] if your curiouscurious.

You can follow the [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/iPhone_X_Won%27t_Turn_On|troubleshooting tree here] for some other ideas.
 
EDIT 2018/07/05
 
Just to note that there are now new tools which greatly improve the success rate of micro-soldering repairs on the iPhone X. My comments were temporal in nature considering the newness of the device at the time.

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For now, I would get it OOW replaced with Apple. It will be expensive but I don't think there are many third party repair shops that are routinely doing micro-soldering on the iPhone X. You may have more luck with some of the big Chinese shops like Rewa or G-Lon so you could always research them.
 
The iPhone X has a sandwiched pcb design which makes it very challenging to repair. Check out the [guide|98975|teardown] if your curious
 
EDIT 2018/07/05
Just to note that there are now new tools which greatly improve the success rate of micro-soldering repairs on the iPhone X. My comments were temporal in nature considering the newness of the device at the time.

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Origineel bericht door: Minho ,

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For now, I would get it OOW replaced with Apple. It will be expensive but I don't think there are many third party repair shops that are routinely doing micro-soldering on the iPhone X. You may have more luck with some of the big Chinese shops like Rewa or G-Lon so you could always research them.

The iPhone X has a sandwiched pcb design which makes it very challenging to repair. Check out the [guide|98975|teardown] if your curious

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