Seems like you had a voltage spike or were using an aftermarket cable that caused damage to the charging port on the phone itself or the power management unit on the logic board. This would explain the slow charging, etc.
The only two things that can cause one side of an LCD in an iPad become dim on one side: Damaged the LCD components on the LCD itself during removal or reinstall Or The two circuits controlling the back light were damaged on the logic board. A digitizer wouldn't single handedly cause this to happen.
If you're confident in disassembly, that's the safest way. You only have to remove screws up to the board level (no ribbons for components on exterior, etc). Once you remove all the screws you'll be able to push the sim out from the opposite side or literally remove the board using the sim tray as an anchor to pull itself out. I definitely wouldn't go hacking away at this unless it's with a #00 screwdriver. You damage the sim reader on that model and it's SMT (surface mount soldering) and from what it sounds like you don't want to go there lol. Be gentle. Don't go at it with pliers...please!
Hello, There are water sensors through out the iPhone 6. One in the headphone jack, one in the dock connection, as well as a larger sensor inside the phone on the logic board. There isn't a way to replace them without leaving minor tools marks that will show the screws have been used.
You're experiencing an error with software. You need to close the app from the mult-task screen and try again. If this doesn't work you'll need to turn it off, then on. Still no resolution backup and restore... More worried about the App store closing than the game. Games have a lot of debugging to be had.
The 5C's rear housing design is plastic as we known. This means it flexes when dropped or bumped. This causes the screen's "tabs" at the top to loosen thus breaking ribbons or destroying the circuits (ESD, Liquid, etc). The plugs controlling all of these functions lye at the top right corner of the back of the screen. If the top of the screen is protruding then take it straight to Apple for a replacement. If the glass cracks they won't cover it. If the don't we can always help or you can learn and buy parts right here on iFixit. If you happened to open it up and the screen isn't connected the other half then the ribbons are broken. You'll need a new screen and front camera to fix the issue.
Jessa has the answer. This is caused by components (very small, SMT) being damaged during a repair. 70% of the time the damage is caused during removal of component connections ,but can also happen when re-installing if excess force and/or alignment isn't correct. The only way to test is to install a new camera, if that doesn't work then the board will need to be worked on. The station will need to be an SMT, good news? The parts are less than $1...it's all equipment or one talented person by hand under a scope. Josh Apple Expert Mobile Genius
If all of your icons have disappeared on your Mac chances are you simply moved to another desktop or workspace. Click on "Mission Control" or search if your dock is missing as well, here you should be able to see the desktop with the icons. Hope this helps!