RSS

Blog posts of '2016' 'December'

IPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus... What's New

 

Apple calls them the best and most advanced iPhones ever. In many ways, they're exactly that. They've got improved cameras, including a new fusion camera on iPhone 7 Plus. They've got better cellular radios iPhone 7 features LTE Advanced, with speeds up to 450 Mbps for data downloads — over 50 percent faster than iPhone 6s and three times faster than iPhone 6. And thanks to even more LTE bands, you’ll have the best worldwide roaming available in a smartphone. And processors, including a new A10 Fusion. Also, for the first time, they're officially water resistant.

 

iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus take away the 3.5mm headphone jack and The Home button is completely reengineered, which some will find inconvenient if not infuriating. What they add, though, are better cameras front to back, with significantly improved low-light performance, and a new 2x optical zoom on the Plus model, with simulated bokeh to come. There's also water resistance, and a much more powerful processor that's also efficient enough that, when combined with a slightly larger battery, can provide for an hour or two of extra battery life a day. The speakers are also louder now, top and bottom, and stereo, and the phones can capture and display P3 wide gamut color.

No Touch ICs in the IPhone 6S/6Splus

When you compare between the IPhone 6/splus  board and the IPhone 6S/6Splus, you can easily tell that the Touch & Display system has changed.

According to our analyses and hardware studying and troubleshooting, both IPhone 6 and IPhone 6plus suffered from a real problem in the Touch system. The two Touch controller ICs are easy to crack and loose connection with the IPhone Board (PCB). There is a small IC which responsible for supplying the two Touch controller ICs with the needed power. SFS Programe users know that we explained the troubleshooting steps for this problem and how to solve it showing all the responsible components and the testing sequence and principles.

IPhone 6S/6Splus wont suffer from same problem cause the touch controllers are integrated in the CPU and there are two ICs responsible for supplying the touch circuit with the needed power, one of them is the main power IC. SFS service gives you the full troubleshooting sequence if you faced any problem with IPhone 6S/6Splus touch.