One of the worst things that can happen to a phone is when you accidentally drop it. The #Apple #iphone6 for example can survive a drop from a certain height without any damages. If the phone is in a protective case such as Otterbox then there’s a bigger chance that it will survive a couple of drops. Most of the time though phone owners will not have any case installed in their phone which increases the chance of the device being damaged once it is dropped.
In this latest installment of our troubleshooting we will tackle the iPhone 6 screen not working after phone dropped issue. One of our readers has sent us this particular problem which we will be addressing today.
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iPhone 6 Screen Not Working After Phone Dropped
Problem: I was using my phone and it was fine but i dropped it and when i picked it up i was relieved to find no new cracks but when i went to turn it on i got no response. my first thought was that my phone was dead but i held down the power button to try and turn it on again and after about a solid minute of holding i still didn’t get the battery symbol telling me it was dead. afterwards my phone vibrated like a relieved a text and i even managed to use siri using the home button. i could still use the screen as i managed to open my phone by guessing the location of the button in my password and managed to open geometry dash but the screen showed nothing. i had previously dropped my phone from approx 6 ft and severely cracked the screen and popped it off of, but i just pushed it back in and everything worked fine, that was about a month ago.
Solution: This recent drop suffered by your phone most likely has damaged the display assembly of your device. The good news is that the other components of the phone seem to work fine since Siri is still working and most likely the device will still be getting notifications. The best way to deal with this is to have the display assembly replaced at a service center.
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