Avant de commencer, déchargez votre batterie iPhone en dessous de 25%. Une batterie lithium-ion chargée peut prendre feu et / ou exploser si elle est perforée accidentellement. Éteignez votre iPhone avant de commencer le démontage.
  • Avant de commencer, déchargez votre batterie iPhone en dessous de 25%. Une batterie lithium-ion chargée peut prendre feu et / ou exploser si elle est perforée accidentellement.

  • Éteignez votre iPhone avant de commencer le démontage.

  • Sur le boîtier arrière de votre iPhone 4, il y a ou bien deux vis cruciformes #000 ou bien des vis Apple 5 points Pentalobe (deuxième image). Vérifiez de quelles vis il s'agit et assurez-vous d'avoir le tournevis qu'il vous faut pour les enlever.

  • Enlevez les deux vis de 3,6 mm (Pentalobe ou cruciforme #000) près du connecteur de dock.

    • Assurez-vous que le tournevis a une bonne prise lorsque vous retirez les vis Pentalobe, car elles dérapent très facilement.

  • Lors du remontage, nous vous conseillons de remplacer les vis 5 points par des vis cruciformes équivalentes. Notre Liberation Kit vous fournit les outils et les vis nécessaires pour remplacer les vis Pentalobe par des vis cruciformes.

Caution: New phones may contain T1 screw heads instead of Phillips.

ajg35 - Réponse

any news on those screwdrivers? where can we buy them?

grze -

using something like the 18-compartment tray will GREATLY help with this one; there are over a dozen groups of parts. For re-assembly having a digital calipers to measure the 2.4 vs the 2.6mm screws also helps greatly.

awr - Réponse

My method for hardware management during delicate phone surgery is to take and print out on 8.5"x11' paper, one or more pictures of the open phone in various stages of disassembly, and then tape the screws to the appropriate spots on the pictures. Also write numbers on the pictures next the screws to indicate the order in which you removed them.

lens42 -

I use a plastic egg tray, I drop all the screws and small parts (like the camera) for each step into the same egg indentation. You can see that the screws are different lengths, so I don't put one screw into it's own spot. I used 5 egg indentations to replace my screen.

robin -

I did a successful surgery on my iPhone, be warned this is not for the faint of heart!

I've done iPod screen replacements, battery replacements, this is by far much more difficult and intricate.

Great write up! Thanks a million.

Jaysen Strange - Réponse

I've changed some iPod screens as well and that has been the least pleasant experience so far. Glue and the main connector that has to be unwrapped and connected from the rear where you have no feel or control where it belongs.

iPhone repair is complex, but doable and has very few "traps".

mcbohdo -

Couldn't even get both screws out of the bottom of the case. One was easy and other refuses to budge. Screws so small I can't see if it is turning or screw driver is properly seated. Sad I too have done screen replacements on other phones. Don't know any secrets to get the screw out

ckracht - Réponse

I also have a problem with seeing what is happening with some of those tiny little screws and parts. For other projects that I do, I use an Opti-Visor. It slips over your head and provides 10x magnification. ( You can find them on Amazon).

Yeah, it adds cost to the project and you would have to wait for delivery, but it sure makes a world of difference in seeing what you are working with / on.

jhow -

On an early iPhone 4 I found that the #000 Phillips bit included in the 54 Bit Driver Kit didn't actually fit the screws. However the JIS #000 also in the kit did fit quite well. This is due to the JIS bits "thinner" design to prevent camming out of the slot. Otherwise everything went well. Looking forward to replacing the battery in my other phone that has the pentalobe screws. Glad I got the 54 Bit kit!

etler - Réponse

Use a vacuum duster and a sharp tool to pry out the dust, this can increase the volume insanely!

Dpairs - Réponse

At the very last second before insertion, the second new screw for the bottom popped out of my pliers! I dont' want to use the old ones, but I don't want to leave it with one screw. Can I get a replacement screw?

Otherwise it went together fine, and I figured out for myselkf that the contact needs to be bent,,,

loujudson - Réponse

What does the park that is gold and next to the 4.8mm screw for the antenna? Looks like I am missing that part and almost positive that is why I can't pick up or connect to any wifi signals. I have the screw and the antenna from another phone that is working and tried it on the broken phone and still doesn't work. Only thing different is that gold metal piece to the left of that 4.8 mm screw. Can I buy that part? how do I attach it?

Jay Pennington - Réponse

great instructions did it the first time

Mr J - Réponse

very informative i also visit http://itrepairguide.com/iphone-4-intern...

before this which is also too easy

saam - Réponse

For organisation of the parts and for a much easier process of rebuilding i use a big magnetic flat surface with a grid drawn on it. Then I use a dry erase marker to make any notes I need and to number the parts in order as i disassemble . Believe me it saves a lot of time and hassle especially if you drop one of those tiny screws good luck finding it but when your working over the magnet and drop a screw its going to be right where it fell. At first I tried the piece of paper to keep organised but all it takes is one small slip and you move the paper too quick and your left with a jumbled bunch of screws and parts and a painstaking task of putting it all back correctly, aka a big waist of time and effort.

case-yg - Réponse

Faites glisser la vitre arrière vers le bord supérieur de l'iPhone. La vitre va se déplacer d'environ 2 mm.
  • Faites glisser la vitre arrière vers le bord supérieur de l'iPhone.

  • La vitre va se déplacer d'environ 2 mm.

the back won't budge! I cant get it off! what do i do?

Debbie - Réponse

Use a suction cup to pull the back screen gently.

snazzify -

If the back doesn't slide in properly upon reassembly, you didn't insert the motherboard properly. Remove it and try it again, DO NOT try to force it down!

Addison Rasmussen - Réponse

Attrapez la vitre arrière et retirez-la de l'iPhone. Vous pouvez également utiliser une petite ventouse.
  • Attrapez la vitre arrière et retirez-la de l'iPhone. Vous pouvez également utiliser une petite ventouse.

  • Veillez à ne pas endommager les clips en plastique attachés à la vitre arrière.

  • Si vous installez une nouvelle vitre arrière, assurez-vous d'enlever l'autocollant de protection en plastique de l'intérieur de la lentille de la caméra et l'autocollant de la large zone noire près de la lentille.

using suction cup with too much force breaks rear panel

lily einstein - Réponse

Remove the single 2.5 mm Phillips screw securing the battery connector to the logic board- for me this Phillips screw won't budge from its place have tried all the phillips combinations 000, 00, 0, 1 and the straight /slotted 1.5 mm but nothing. can some help me please purchased a replacement battery for my iPhone 4 but not able to do it just because of this screw.

Naved Zaidi - Réponse

If the screw head is not buggered, press the tip of a hot soldering iron to the screw for a second or two. Don't get it too hot, or you'll damage something.

splaye -

don't use hot soldering iron . the female outlet the battery plugs into is very fragile . for no extra money you can buy a battery that has magnetic tools specifically to pick this screw out . if worse comes to worse be certain the screw will come no looser then use tweezers and pick it out . the #1 fear with this technique is DO NOT DROP THE SCREW . I have done this and crawling on my hands and knees till I find it was depressing

michael andrie - Réponse

I have tried everything to remove the screw securing the battery connector to the logic board and nothing. Any help?

Isabela - Réponse

Retirez la vis cruciforme de 2,5 mm fixant le connecteur de batterie à la carte mère.
  • Retirez la vis cruciforme de 2,5 mm fixant le connecteur de batterie à la carte mère.

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Utilisez un outil en plastique pour faire délicatement levier sur les côtés du connecteur de batterie, qui se situent le plus près des bords en haut et en bas de l'iPhone. Ne faites pas levier contre le clip de contact. Retirez le clip de contact de l'iPhone.
  • Utilisez un outil en plastique pour faire délicatement levier sur les côtés du connecteur de batterie, qui se situent le plus près des bords en haut et en bas de l'iPhone.

  • Ne faites pas levier contre le clip de contact.

  • Retirez le clip de contact de l'iPhone.

  • Avant de reconnecter le connecteur de batterie, veillez à ce que le contact de pression (ici en rouge) est correctement positionné près du connecteur de la batterie.

    • Avant le remontage, assurez-vous de bien nettoyer tous les points de contact métal sur métal sur le contact de pression, ainsi que son point de contact sur le panneau arrière avec un produit dégraissant tel que du windex. Le sébum sur vos doigts risque de causer des problèmes d'interférences sans fil.

I don't think this is a simple iPhone 4. I don't see the "pressure contact" shown in Step 5 that is shown in red.

Andrea - Réponse

Conclusion

Pour remonter votre appareil, suivez les étapes dans l'ordre inverse.

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