I'm planning to have a battery replacement procedure for my old iPhone 6. However, at the same time, I'm also experiencing another problem with it: the bottom of the display seems like not to be fully glued any more - there feels a bit of looseness and some very minimal freedom. I understand it's a sort of common problem for old devices, like adhesives did dry out, or something like that.
Now, my question is the following: while replacing the battery, will they also remove the display? And then like put it back?
I mean, is it possible that they would fix this display issue at the same time while replacing the battery? Or is it a completely unrelated maintenance, and I should order/pay separately for it?