Ok.... look. I am working on a PhD in Robotics and hold an MS in electrical engineering. These spots will go away, but only after many on/off + rgb + bl cycles UNLESS the screen is cracked. Electrons displace themselves from each other. At some point, something got squished. My advice, use your device SPARINGLY but DO USE IT. Turn on the display at least once a day, no more than a dozen, for a few weeks. If the spots are growing, you may have a seal problem preventing the screen aligning itself. If they are EXACTLY the same. New screen bezel, sorry.
Finally, NEVER .... never never EVER let the device completely discharge. Connecting power after that is kind of kicking the problem in the teeth.
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I have an iPhone 6 with the same problem but the black spot is by the keyboard and is directly on the backspace button and always deletes what I'm texting. Can this be fixed or would it be better just to by a new phone?
von Natasha pannett
Mine is worse than anyones trust me
von Alb e
you cannot fix that as phone fell probably lcd broke and the only option that you can do is replace whole lcd screen which is pretty expensive if you are talking about iphone 6 that would cost you about 180$ + your hands if someone fixes that for you then even more then that
von Vito Sojat
I have the same thing but mine is worse than anyone I have 3 huge dots barely can see my screen
von Hazel haney
Mine is so big that i cant even see my first notification i need a blessing
von stream beam
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