Released on September 19, 2014, this 4.7" screen iPhone is the smaller version of the iPhone 6 Plus. Identifiable by the model numbers A1549, A1586, and A1589.

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How to fix a bent pad and a ripped one?

Hi.

I was trying to fix an iPhone 6 with a broken LCD fpc connector.

When I removed it I noticed that there are a bent pad a ripped one(not completely, a tiny part is remaining).

How can I fix it?

Thanks.

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A picture might help evaluation but in general there's not much to do besides hoping it's an unconnected or ground pin or just rebuild it with solder and a very thin wire. Some good quality solder wick has plenty of suitable thin copper wires for the job :)

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If you want to do micro-BGA pad work on an iphone, then 0.02mm (50AWG) jumper wire is the way to go. For more general work, like long jumpers, then 42AWG enamelled wire is good.

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Thank you for the trick with the solder wick I didn't know it :)

What tipe of tip(dimension and tipe) is required for this job?

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I'm sure somebody might object about the solder wick wire but it does the job nicely as far as I could experience. If I have room enough as in this case I use a 0.4mm round shaped tip but it's just a personal preference..anything you're comfortable with and helps you do the job nicely will do. Happy soldering :)

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Ok,thank you

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