Huawei has long been known for its pro-customer-oriented policy when it comes to the spare parts. Spare parts designed to repair equipment with this brand are always easily available, at an affordable price and, of course, in the original quality.
When it comes to replacing the display on the iPhone, the situation can be very easily complicated. There are known cases where the manufacturer has deactivated the device via a software update, simply because an OEM display has been installed on the device.
Since 2007, when Apple introduced its first iPhone, the device has attracted the attention not only of hundreds of millions of customers, but also of many manufacturers of accessories and spare parts. On the market you will find not only cases from hundreds of different manufacturers, but also spare displays, batteries and other components. However, this diversity is reflected not only in the different brands of the components, but also in the different quality
Displays on modern smartphones are without a doubt the most fragile part of any single device. It is therefore no surprise that replacing the display is the most frequently performed service on mobile phones or tablets. This in itself may not be a big problem, but for many devices, the display is the most expensive component. The purchase of a spare part as well as the service itself make every cracked display a very unpleasant affair.