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Display type: C11 & F7C
It is known that Apple cooperates with a number of selective partners in production of its LCD displays. In this case, the iPhone 8 Plus displays are produced by one of three manufacturers: LG, Sharp or Toshiba.
It is important to distinguish the origin of the display that is to be replaced, because the use of a display produced by a different manufacturer may cause the display to not work properly.
Common issues are ghost touch, touch unresponsive or freezing touch (after some use).
Fortunately, the origin of the display can be verified by the code engraved on the back of the display. To identify the manufacturer simply turn over the display and see the code on the bottom of the backplate. The first three digits of the code indicate the manufacturer:
Digits DTP & C3F indicate a LG display
Digits DKH & C0N indicate a Sharp display
Digits C11 & F7C indicate a Toshiba display
For your information, when a Toshiba display is used instead of a Sharp display (or the other way around) there is a 5% chance that a touch defect will occur. If an LG display is used with either a Sharp or Toshiba display, there is a 50-60% chance. In some cases, these problems do not show until after a couple of days after placement.
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