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I hope this can shed some light on the issue.
 
I replaced a friend's iPhone 7+ before iOS 11 was released. He broke it again (the aftermarket screen I fitted) and he gave me the phone with iOS 11.0.1 on it! Replacement broken screen touch works fine and I've just replaced it again for another new aftermarket screen; everything works fine!
 
I've taken photos of the rear of his original Apple screen as well as the two replacements screens. All the chips have digits printed on them.
 
=== Update (10/08/2017) ===
 
Ah, so this is the chip I have photos of, with the digits. The thinner silver chip is blank...
https://static1.squarespace.com/static/55dcb4dbe4b058c024dcee24/t/59d7edb290bade192aeb0d2c/1507323325631/IMG_0817.JPG?format=750w

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Bearbeitet von: Shwan ,

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I hope this can shed some light on the issue.
 
I replaced a friend's iPhone 7+ before iOS 11 was released. He broke it again (the aftermarket screen I fitted) and he gave me the phone with iOS 11.0.1 on it! Replacement broken screen touch works fine and I've just replaced it again for another new aftermarket screen; everything works fine!
 
I've taken photos of the rear of his original Apple screen as well as the two replacements screens. All the chips have digits printed on them.
 
=== Update (10/08/2017) ===
 
Ah, so this is the chip I have photos of, with the digits. The thinner silver chip is blank...

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Shwan ,

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I hope this can shed some light on the issue.

I replaced a friend's iPhone 7+ before iOS 11 was released. He broke it again (the aftermarket screen I fitted) and he gave me the phone with iOS 11.0.1 on it! Replacement broken screen touch works fine and I've just replaced it again for another new aftermarket screen; everything works fine!

I've taken photos of the rear of his original Apple screen as well as the two replacements screens. All the chips have digits printed on them.

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