Aller au contenu principal

Le smartphone standard 2021 d’Apple. Commercialisé le 24 septembre, l’iPhone 13 est muni d’un écran OLED de 6,1", d’une caméra double de 12 MP et existe en cinq couleurs. Il succède à l’iPhone 12.

101 questions Voir tout

iPhone 13 front camera replacement walkthrough

I have an iPhone 13 with a damaged front camera. I haven't been able to find anyone that has done this replacement and I haven't worked on any 13's yet.

It looks like it's a fairly straight forward swap with the caveat that face ID won't work without some soldering being done. TBH I'm fine without having face ID.

Can anyone confirm that it's a simple part swap?

Répondu ! Afficher la réponse J'ai le même problème

Cette question est-elle utile ?

Indice 0
1 commentaire

if your ic works, but the camera does not work, simply sand the sheet up to 3 threads, and the last end, pull out the camera and replace it with the correct one, 100% works face id without any costs


Ajouter un commentaire

2 Réponses

Solution retenue

might be of some help if its the correct camera.

Cette réponse est-elle utile ?

Indice 1

1 commentaire:

Perfect. That's a Pro, but I'm sure it's similar for the 13.


Ajouter un commentaire

Hi Bill,

I did find a guide on a Spanish site; it's got an option for the English language, but it didn't seem to work well until I allowed Chrome to autotranslate, and after that it seemed to be usable.

Manuals / Apple iPhone 13 / Front cameras

I can't be sure about the iPhone 13, but on the 11 Pro at least, you can replace just the camera without losing Face ID. It involves taking a Dremel to the metal housing and digging out the camera, leaving the dot projector and IR camera in place. You can get the general idea from viewing the iPhone 11 Pro guide that I helped out on.

iPhone 11 Pro Front Camera Replacement Without Losing Face ID - iFixit Repair Guide

I was looking at the same situation on an iPhone X and was able to find a site that sold just the camera alone without the rest of the front camera assembly, along with a replacement metal bracket that could be used if you decide to just destroy the old one in the process of disassembling it. Turned out to be the IR camera that was causing the problems so I didn't end up doing the repair, but same logic applies; use your specific guide to get the camera out, then use the same technique to remove the camera from the assembly.

Good luck; let us know how it goes! Take pictures; it would be great if you authored a new guide to that replacement for all the other people who are going to run into the same problem. It's actually pretty easy to do, and there's plenty of people, myself included, who will be happy to help you with it.

Cette réponse est-elle utile ?

Indice 1
Ajouter un commentaire

Ajouter une réponse

Bill Shannon sera éternellement reconnaissant.
Nombre de vues :

Dernières 24 heures : 3

7 derniers jours : 21

30 derniers jours : 117

Total : 2,198