Refurbished Apple Screen or manufactured to OEM quality screen?
I was wondering as to which screen I should use. One option is with a reputable company offering a replacement iPhone 6 plus screen with 12 months warranty which they state has been manufactured to OEM standards, with the description quoting:
This configuration of the LCD assembly is not manufactured by Apple or one of its licensed vendors, it is however the very best quality of the many after-market screens available.
This screen is Apple quality, it has the same Retina resolution, sensitive touch and anti scratch coating found on the Apple LCD's - its built to last and comes with our great 12 month warranty."
LCD screen: OEM
Digitizer, glass and frame: After-market made to Apple specifications
Please note: To protect our suppliers source of Apple replacement parts we do obscure the serial numbers on the product, this doesn't effect your warranty with us and doesn't effect the cosmetics of the fitted part
Part Origin - Aftermarket (compatible part) | This part had been manufactured from partially or completely all after-market components, this simply means that the part has not been assembled by the OEM or licensed factory. It is a compatible part made to original specifications and designed to be a like for like replacement for the original component. Here at The Replace Base Ltd we have very strict quality checks to ensure we only source the best after-market replacement parts, all parts are also covered under our great returns policy and warranty
Whereas another option is to buy a screen that is an apple original (apple logos present etc) with a one month guarantee but it has been refurbished by an independent company reselling the screens. Which one should I go for and would there be a difference? Additionally are there any drawbacks as I have heard some aftermarket screens affect the battery? And what would you recommend to go for?
There are various opinions regarding the screens, so I look forward to people's responses.