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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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Is the screen connectors the same on 6 and 6 Plus

I’m trying to test if my iPhone 6 Plus is functioning at all as the screen is inoperable. Has anyone tried to connect the smaller 4,7” screen to the Plus version? Is the connector same and does it work? Don’t want to burn the whole phone hence asking first.

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No, Not even the same amount of connectors.

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As said by Tom, NO. And trust me, don’t try. Yu can only damage your phone, probably beyond repair.

Ask a local repair shop if they can test the device for you.

Kind Regards, Brenda

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