The Most Frequent Errors on iPhone Screen
It can be said that in the current technology era, almost product are supposed to be Smartphones with a touch screen instead of a button. And Apple's iPhone is no exception, since launching the first production model, Apple has gradually upgraded modern technology from the microprocessor system, more specifically the screen can be said to be more outstanding than ever.
So what is the structure of the iPhone screen made of? Where the image display from? Why iPhone screen has error...?
iPhone screen structure
The screen structure of iPhone 5S, 6/6 Plus, 6S/6S Plus, 7/7 Plus all include the following parts: LCD screen, touch screen/force touch, glue layer, glass surface, reflective, screen seal, screen shield and some other parts depending on each line are equipped with more advanced technology, especially the latter series will be improved over the previous series. The iPhone 6S -> 7 Plus line is equipped with pressure touch technology (Force Touch). Force Touch is understood simply as helping the device to distinguish the force acting from the finger on the screen. From there, giving corresponding for each stressing force (strong, light, fast, slow).
iPhone screen components
- The iPhone LCD screen is the part that displays the images, the colours, everything we can see on the iPhone screen.
- Touch sensor is a thin layer between the LCD screen and the glass, this is a very important part to help us manipulate the screen such as surfing, touching, ...
- Reflector is a thin sheet to block light from outside and evenly transfer it to the screen and help the screen display more uniform brightness.
- The glue layer is an important layer that holds the glass, LCD screen and touch screen. And helping to hold these parts together.
- The glass is the outermost part to protect all of the above.
- Screen Shield is a thin metal plate used to protect the screen, prevent interference, and better dissipate heat for the screen.
- Force Touch (Force Touch) is part that is only available on the iPhone 6S and above with a feature called 3D Touch by Apple.
The common iPhone screen errors
- The screen has a dead point: this error usually appears mainly because when you replace a bad quality screen or an error from the manufacturer, even a new device can also cause this error.
- The screen is paralyzed, completely frozen: this error is caused by a problem with the touch screen that makes no response when you press or press anywhere on the screen.
- Touch screen, not sensitive: similar to paralysis, numbness is caused by the touch part, but the expression of this error is not the same as paralysis, but there is feedback but not as directed by you or you do not manipulate it.
- The screen is yellow, or pink: this error is common in used devices (especially for iPhone 5, 5S), sometimes due to the error from the manufacturer, even though the device was newly purchased and not affected by external effects.
- Screen is streaked, smudged: this error usually occurs due to the user, the phone might be hit by sharp objects on the weak point of the screen, or be dropped.
- Screen is exposed: on the iPhone screen, there is usually a thin layer of glue that connects the screen glass and other parts. If this is the case, it is because the glue becomes loose, leading to the screen opening. This error is usually caused by water damaged or the battery is swollen.
- The screen is unevenly light, has white spots, or a dark angle: this error is mainly due to the reflector on the machine not spreading the light evenly across the entire screen, this error can also occur when dropped.
- The screen has black spots (black hole): usually during the process of using you to get caught by sharp objects or being crushed leading to dead pixels on the LCD screen. This error will usually spread to the entire screen gradually over time of use.
- The screen is dusty: is due to the screen layer being exposed to air that can enter and is accompanied by small dust particles.
- The screen is cracked or broken due to use.
iPhone screen errors solution
- If your screen has pink edges, dust, white spots due to being in the water, it will replace the screen reflective layer (also known as screen lining).
- For screens that are streaked, smudged, or paralyzed, the solution is to replace the entire screen.
- With the screen cracked, the outer glass tank and the touch still in normal use, the solution is much simpler instead of having to replace the screen at a lower price than replacing the glass. This will help you cut costs and take advantage of the refurbished LCD screen. Because the screen structure is super thin, replacing the iPhone glass is a process that requires a lot of meticulous steps such as cutting glass, cleaning glue, gluing, vacuuming, steaming, Using specialized equipment, modern technology, fully automatic machine to separate and re-press new glass.