Origineel bericht door: Linus ,
Hm, this is a very strange problem. First of all you should make sure that the replacement screen is for your phone and not anything else than an iPhone 6. If that’s the case, it won’t be compatible. However if you have an iPhone 6 replacement display, you should make sure that it is one of high quality. Low quality replacement displays are often likely to break in a short time or give you trouble when repairing. But if you have a high quality replacement display (such as a one from iFixit) there should be no trouble. You must have damaged the connectors on the cables somehow (bent pins or similar) resulting in them not connecting even if it is the original screen or not. The last solution might be that the replacement display got damaged when it was made in the factory. If that’s the case you should contact your seller.