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Дата выхода 19 сентября 2014 года. Это маленькая версия iPhone 6 Plus с 4.7-дюймовым экраном.

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iPhone 6 no display after baseband reball

Hi guy/s, I have an iPhone 6 here. No service, no IMEI when dialling *#06#. I was quite positive that the baseband chip has problem, so went ahead to remove the chip. Once the chip removed, I found pads U1 and V1 are both very lose, which confirmed my speculation that it’s baseband problem. As usual I did the jumpers for U1 and V1, and beautifully reballed the baseband chip, then put it back. To my surprise, the phone only has backlight, no display. Removing the baseband chip made no difference. Upon further check, I found pp1v8 line is partially shorted. Resistance is very low on pp1v8 line. Diode mode reading is 0.036, while correct diode reading on a good board is 0.25.

I am very confused. PP1v8 doesn’t run through baseband. How can reballing baseband short the pp1v8 line?

I don’t know if anyone can help please? Thanks.

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If you put too much heat on the board the 1V8 caps around the NAND would be a good place to look, unless you removed all the under fill coating before you did baseband.

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I agree with Chris, baseband reballs require a lot of heat and in close proximity with the NAND. Even a smooth reball can cause issues and often times it is a slip of the tweezers or even the holder causing some dislodging. Start fresh, probe the main secondary power lines and inspect all affected caps/IC’s to insure nothing moved around.

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