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Released on September 19, 2014, this 5.5" screen iPhone is the larger version of the iPhone 6.

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This is how I received my screens

Today I received three iPhone 6 Plus screens, all arrived packed like this. Do you think they will stuff up when I'm fixing customers phones? Should I complain?

(If you can't see the picture, I received them with rubber bands holding the cables straight down, bending them at the base and pushing against the LCD)

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You need to find a better supplier. Normally, the flexes are not bent and ideally, the whole screen assembly should be in a box that allows the flexes to be straight without being damaged in shipping.

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Hi,

If you received the parts from ifixit here is a link that might help. It also has a contact link so that you can send them pictures of the problem.

Whilst perhaps not damaged in shipping you can still contact them this way to explain the problem.

Hopefully this is of some help.

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