Customer fault report:
iPhone updated on Thursday evening with the latest ios software.
The following day tried downloading a large app via cellular data. The phone started to heat up in the top right hand corner and turned itself off while the battery still had adequate charge.
iPhone will now no longer switch on.
Upon testing the backlight cicuit we have a diode reading of 0.002 on PP_LCM_BL_ANODE_CONN and the backlight caps are shorted.
Signs of heat coming from Stockholm (U5302_RF). Removed to find signs of oxidisation. Cleaned up replaced.
Backlight caps c1530,C1531 and C1505 all replaced with iPhone now booting with image.
Device put back together with initial screen (copy). Logic board excessively overheating with signs of screen ghosting and loss of touch functionality.
Important note: Originally thought the copied screen was causing the overheating however upon further testing this has stabilised to normal values.
After removal Meson (U2402) signs of cold solder joints are found . Chip replaced instead of reballing the original
iPhone retested after Touch IC replacement with no more signs of ghosting or freezing.