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Apple Mobile Phone Parts for iphone 6 Plus

Released in 2014, the iPhone 6 Plus is one of Apple's finest creations, but with regular daily use, accidents can happen and pieces of your beloved handset can become damaged or simply stop working. If you're out of warranty or not insured, you'll need Apple mobile phone parts for iPhone 6 Plus .

There's a huge choice of replacement parts available for almost every piece of your phone, but with iPhones designed so that only genuine Apple engineers can fix them, they can be fiddly to repair.

So it makes sense to get any new parts fitted by somebody skilled or certified in mobile phone repairs.

There are also some parts that include toolkits and repair instructions or links to a video tutorial, but this should only be tried if your budget won't stretch to a technician, and your confidence levels are high.

Types of iPhone 6 Plus parts

The parts available range from genuine Apple parts, to cheaper replacements that are designed to fit the iPhone 6 Plus.

An iPhone 6 Plus LCD digitiser is for when your iPhone screen gives up the ghost, or you find problems with missing pixels or colour. The digitizer glass usually comes with it. Choose black, white or grey to match your handset or mix and match colours to create a uniquely coloured smartphone.

The back camera will need replacing if you drop your phone too many times, or if the rear catches a sharp object. This replacement part with a flex cable will have your HD image capturing capabilities back to normal. You can also buy a flash module if that's damaged too.

A common defective is a damaged earpiece speaker giving crackling sounds and other problems. This can be easily fixed with a replacement iPhone 6 Plus earpiece speaker .

With many of the smaller parts of your phone susceptible to damage, you can find replacements for everything from iPhone 6 Plus power buttons, to noise cancelling microphones, plus you can buy all the tools needed to repair them separately.

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