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Well no, the WiFi and GPS antenna are different.
YES the location tracking on an iPhone usually works using WiFi hotspots (accessing them to track your location).
But no it's a different component, if the GPS isn't working it's most likely something wrong with the location services, or the IC of the logicboard
-(Murata 339S0228 Wi-Fi Module is on one side and Qualcomm QFE1100 Envelope Tracking IC, RF Micro Devices RF5159 Antenna Switch Module and Skyworks 77356-8 Mid Band PAD on other side of logicboard, see [guide|29213] for more info)
+(Murata 339S0228 Wi-Fi Module is on one side and Qualcomm QFE1100 Envelope Tracking IC, RF Micro Devices RF5159 Antenna Switch Module and Skyworks 77356-8 Mid Band PAD on other side of logicboard, see [guide|29213] for more info, btw in case you need to replace, see https://www.ifixit.com/Device/iPhone_6)

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Contribution d'origine par : Lena Fox ,

Texte:

Well no, the WiFi and GPS antenna are different.

YES the location tracking on an iPhone usually works using WiFi hotspots (accessing them to track your location).

But no it's a different component, if the GPS isn't working it's most likely something wrong with the location services, or the IC of the logicboard

(Murata 339S0228 Wi-Fi Module is on one side and Qualcomm QFE1100 Envelope Tracking IC, RF Micro Devices RF5159 Antenna Switch Module and Skyworks 77356-8 Mid Band PAD on other side of logicboard, see [guide|29213] for more info)

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