Origineel bericht door: Scott Head ,
There is adhesive used to hold the LCD in place at the points you are referring to. If you don't clean off the adhesive before applying new adhesive for your replacement panel, that would cause it to not lay flush. With the iPhones, adhesive build-up would cause this issue. When people use a heat gun and separate their original panel from their device, sometimes that causes the adhesive to get messy. The iPod Touch is similar. Maybe that's what's going on.