This is because a typical screen replacement performed at a third-party service center and not at Apple (or at one of the company’s partners) will lead to the iPhone 13 disabling Face ID completely.
And according to a video posted by YouTube by Phone Repair Guru, what you’ll see next is simply an error that Face ID is not available, with a notification warning that the system “was unable to verify this iPhone has as genuine Apple display.”
In other words, if you don’t have a genuine Apple display, the facial recognition system is disabled, and your only option that that point is to just head over to an Apple Store and ask for another screen replacement.
Still possibly to replace some components
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