A standout amongst the most well-known misinterpretations we find in the iPhone repair business is the genuine importance and comprehension of the meaning of Non-Original LCD Screens and Original (OEM) LCD Screens.
It appears to be each organization that offers LCD screens or purchases back broken LCD screens utilizes somewhat unique phrasing.
In case you’re somewhat uncertain, don’t panic! We’ll endeavor to characterize the root contrasts between the different stock conditions with the expectation that some feeling of basic information is set up.
The easiest way to determine whether your LCD is a Original one or a copy one is to check the flex for the apple logo, and there you have it; an original screen! Other than that you can tell whether the LCD is original or not by the screens color; the original LCDs are always quite a deep black while the the copy screens are usually a lighter grey. Moreover, the quality of the screens flex can also help determine whether it is an original one or not.
CrackedMasters only buys Original LCD screens excluding the copy screens for iphone 6 and iphone 6 Plus.
Common Conditions for iPhone LCD Screen Assemblies and Parts
I’ll list some of the most common terms used in product offerings below.
• Grade A Copy
• High Copy
• High Copy Grade A
• Grade A
• Grade A+
• Grade AAA
• Original Replacement
Know What to Ask Your LCD Screen Supplier before Purchasing
Asking very specific questions is half the battle when purchasing LCD screens from your supplier. The other half of the battle is getting an honest answer. Be very specific in the questions that you ask. I always try to use some common knowledge questions that don’t involve any of the terms used in conditions to eliminate any discrepancies in the answers you’ll receive. You should ask the following for questions specifically for all three major components of a typical LCD screen.
1. LCD – Is the LCD screen manufactured by the same company that I would find on brand new in box phone that I purchased from an authorized Apple store?
2. LCD – If yes to above, ask specifically “Is this LCD part brand new or refurbished from reclaimed old parts?“
3. Digitizer – Is the Touch Panel manufactured by the same company that I would find on brand new in box phone that I purchased from an authorized Apple store?
4. Digitizer – Is the Touch Panel new or refurbished, or reclaimed from old parts?