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The boards are unique in the sense that the carrier tech is different between the two with the A1586 being a Sprint “special” (SIM locked/lacks bands normal carriers useuse; Sprint only does the minimum the CTIA agreement requires for non-customers) and the A1549 being an AT&T SKU (SIM locked; easy since AT&T isn’t stubborn like Sprint). The 1549 has much, much better band support but isn’t accepted on Sprint or Verizon. [https://www.techwalls.com/differences-between-iphone-6-6-plus-models/|Here is some additional information on the phones].
The boards are unique in the sense that the carrier tech is different between the two with the A1586 being a Sprint “special” (SIM locked/lacks bands normal carriers useuse; Sprint only does the minimum the CTIA agreement requires for non-customers) and the A1549 being an AT&T SKU (SIM locked; easy since AT&T isn’t stubborn like Sprint). The 1549 has much, much better band support but isn’t accepted on Sprint or Verizon. [https://www.techwalls.com/differences-between-iphone-6-6-plus-models/|Here is some additional information on the phones].
 
The rest of the parts (other then the TouchID sensor) will easily interchange. I wouldn’t reuse the batteries since both are old enough I would question their remaining life. The screens are the same unlike Android phones, so I don’t see why they do that outside of possible screen issues.

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The boards are unique in the sense that the carrier tech is different between the two with the A1586 being a Sprint “special” (SIM locked/lacks bands normal carriers use) and the A1549 being an AT&T SKU (SIM locked; easy since AT&T isn’t stubborn like Sprint). The 1549 has much, much better band support but isn’t accepted on Sprint or Verizon. [https://www.techwalls.com/differences-between-iphone-6-6-plus-models/|Here is some additional information on the phones].
 
The rest of the parts (other then the TouchID sensor) will easily interchange. I wouldn’t reuse the batteries since both are old enough I would question their remaining life. The screens are the same unlike Android phones, so I don’t see why they do that outside of possible screen issues.
The rest of the parts (other then the TouchID sensor) will easily interchange. I wouldn’t reuse the batteries since both are old enough I would question their remaining life. The screens are the same unlike Android phones, so I don’t see why they do that outside of possible screen issues.

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The boards are unique in the sense that the carrier tech is different between the two with the A1586 being a Sprint “special” (SIM locked/lacks bands normal carriers use) and the A1549 being an AT&T SKU (SIM locked; easy since AT&T isn’t stubborn like Sprint)Sprint). The 1549 has much, much better band support but isn’t accepted on Sprint or Verizon. [https://www.techwalls.com/differences-between-iphone-6-6-plus-models/|Here is some additional information on the phones].
The boards are unique in the sense that the carrier tech is different between the two with the A1586 being a Sprint “special” (SIM locked/lacks bands normal carriers use) and the A1549 being an AT&T SKU (SIM locked; easy since AT&T isn’t stubborn like Sprint)Sprint). The 1549 has much, much better band support but isn’t accepted on Sprint or Verizon. [https://www.techwalls.com/differences-between-iphone-6-6-plus-models/|Here is some additional information on the phones].
 
The rest of the parts (other then the TouchID sensor) will easily interchange. I wouldn’t reuse the batteries since both are old enough I would question their remaining life.

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Bewerkt door: Nick ,

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The boards are unique in the sense that the carrier tech is different between the two with the A1586 being a Sprint “special” (SIM locked/lacks bands normal carriers use) and the A1549 being an AT&T SKU (SIM locked; easy since AT&T isn’t stubborn like Sprint) The 1549 has much, much better band support but isn’t accepted on Sprint or Verizon. [https://www.techwalls.com/differences-between-iphone-6-6-plus-models/|Here is some additional information on the phones].
The boards are unique in the sense that the carrier tech is different between the two with the A1586 being a Sprint “special” (SIM locked/lacks bands normal carriers use) and the A1549 being an AT&T SKU (SIM locked; easy since AT&T isn’t stubborn like Sprint) The 1549 has much, much better band support but isn’t accepted on Sprint or Verizon. [https://www.techwalls.com/differences-between-iphone-6-6-plus-models/|Here is some additional information on the phones].
 
The rest of the parts (other then the TouchID sensor) will easily interchange. I wouldn’t reuse the batteries since both are old enough I would question their remaining life.

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The boards are unique in the sense that the carrier tech is different between the two with the A1586 being a Sprint “special” (SIM locked/lacks bands normal carriers use) and the A1549 being an AT&T SKU (SIM locked; easy since AT&T isn’t stubborn like SprintSprint) The 1549 has much, much better band support but isn’t accepted on Sprint or Verizon.
The boards are unique in the sense that the carrier tech is different between the two with the A1586 being a Sprint “special” (SIM locked/lacks bands normal carriers use) and the A1549 being an AT&T SKU (SIM locked; easy since AT&T isn’t stubborn like SprintSprint) The 1549 has much, much better band support but isn’t accepted on Sprint or Verizon.
 
The rest of the parts (other then the TouchID sensor) will easily interchange. I wouldn’t reuse the batteries since both are old enough I would question their remaining life.

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The boards are unique in the sense that the carrier tech is different between the two with the A1586 being a Sprint “special” (SIM locked/lacks bands normal carriers use) and the A1549 being an AT&T SKU (SIM locked; easy since AT&T isn’t stubborn like Sprint.

The rest of the parts (other then the TouchID sensor) will easily interchange. I wouldn’t reuse the batteries since both are old enough I would question their remaining life.

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