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Introduction

Utilisez ce tutoriel pour ramener la vie à votre iPhone 6s Plus avec une nouvelle batterie. Si votre batterie a gonflé, prenez les précautions appropriées.

Ce tutoriel vous montre comment détacher l'ensemble du panneau frontal, ceci afin d'éviter d'endommager les nappes de l'écran. Si vous vous sentez suffisamment à l'aise pour tenir l'écran avec précaution tout en sortant la batterie de l'iPhone, vous pouvez sauter le retrait de l'écran et passer directement aux étapes concernant le changement de la batterie.

Pour des performances optimales, calibrez votre nouvelle batterie : chargez-la à 100% et laissez-la charger pendant au moins deux heures supplémentaires. Puis utilisez le téléphone jusqu'à ce qu'il s'éteigne à cause de la batterie faible. Rechargez-le ensuite sans interruption jusqu'à 100%.

Vous pouvez également utiliser ce guide pour remplacer le cache du connecteur de batterie.

Vidéo d'introduction

  1. Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus, Vis Pentalobe: étape 1, image 1 de 1
    • Avant de démonter votre iPhone, déchargez-le en dessous de 25 %. Une batterie lithium-ion chargée perforée accidentellement peut prendre feu et/ou exploser.

    • Éteignez votre iPhone avant de commencer le démontage.

    • Enlevez les deux vis Pentalobe de 3,4 mm de chaque côté du connecteur Lightning.

    Make sure you use the correct screw driver tip to remove these screws, which for the iPhone 6s Plus is the P2, otherwise you may strip the tip of the screw making it 10 times harder to remove. If once the screw is lose, it will not come off, use a magnet to remove it.

    Miguel Perez - Réponse

    If I do it by myself, will it damage the water resistant strip?

    I know iphone 7 have it ,but I am not sure 6s plus have it.

    Ganqian Zhu - Réponse

    iPhone 6s has an adhesive gasket under the display, similar to the iPhone 7—however, it doesn’t add much in the way of waterproofing since the 6s has non-sealed openings in other parts of the phone. Water resistance on the 6s is primarily internal (seals around the logic board connectors, etc.). It may still be worthwhile to replace the adhesive on the 6s in order to help keep the display firmly seated so it doesn’t move/wobble at all under pressure, but the phone will continue to work fine whether you replace the adhesive or not.

    Jeff Suovanen -

    Salve nella procedura iniziale di smontaggio display con la ventosa non è menzionato il fatto di scaldare i lati del display per “ammorbidire” la striscia che incolla il display alla scocca.

    Non è necessaria la cosa o è consigliabile ?

    grazie

    Hello, in the initial disassembling procedure with the suction cup, it is not mentioned how to heat the sides of the display to "soften" the strip that glues the display to the body.

    Is not the thing necessary or is it advisable?

    thank you

    Daniele - Réponse

    You’ve probably received your answer by now but for future enquirers, it does help the process of taking the screen off if heat is applied to the screen. If you have a hair Dryer use that on a low setting to heat the edges of the screen until it’s almost too hot to touch then slip very thin metal spudger around the edge to cut the adhesive. The carefully lift the screen with the help of the spudger and continue with your repair

    Cheers Wayne

    Wayne Lyell -

    How do I know that the Battery has ZERO Charging Cycles on it when it arrives ? Is there a (downside) to Higher Capacity batteries ? It is INCREDIBLY DIFFICULT to maintain a “Zero Chinese Products Lifestyle”, so how do I know that I’m not getting a deficient Chinese battery, potentially a refurb. battery ?

    integritybuilders - Réponse

    When your repair is complete, you can use coconutBattery to check your new battery stats and cycle count. (A properly tested battery may already have a charge cycle or two on it.) Avoid higher capacity batteries on iPhones—they’re generally either gimmicks, unsafe, or both. As far as the quality of the part, that comes down to how much you trust your supplier and whether they guarantee the product.

    Jeff Suovanen -

    So I need to empty the battery to zero percent?

    johnpatrickanat - Réponse

    Below 25%, exactly as stated in the instructions. There’s no benefit to draining it further than that, and in fact you’ll slightly shorten the service life of the battery by draining it all the way to zero. Follow the instructions exactly as written—if you go off-script, you’re a lot more likely to break something.

    Jeff Suovanen -

    So my screen shattered completely and the screen first had colored lines on tge while right side then it went out completely. If i get an lcd and digitizer replacement I'd that oing to fix it

    shellietheleo - Réponse

    I would initially recommend a well-lit, comfortable area and placing the screws on a white piece of paper with the screw sizes written down (apparently there are magnetic mats, also). Also, I found placing the phone on a paper towel is good so that if a screw is dropped, it will lessen the likelihood of bouncing away.

    Lou Fazio - Réponse

  2. Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus, Procédure d'ouverture: étape 2, image 1 de 1
    • Vous pouvez également chauffer le bord inférieur de l'iPhone pendant une minute à l'aide d'un iOpener ou d'un sèche-cheveux.

    • La chaleur permet de ramollir la colle qui fixe l'écran ce qui facilite l'ouverture.

    This is important. I’ve serviced a lot of iphones/ipads for my family as a hobby in the past.

    The adhesive was so tight, I cracked the screen trying to pull it/pry it off.

    I highly suggest heating at least the bottom edge enough to soften the adhesive

    garbage911garbage - Réponse

    I didn’t have an iOpener, nor a heat gun; however I do have a small personal size hand pillow filled with feed corn. Two minutes in the nuke machine got it plenty warm, and smelled like fresh popcorn too.

    bradiac - Réponse

    A hairdryer would work also to replace the iOpener

    Jaron Foo - Réponse

    I would suggest that you are not shy with the hairdryer. A high heat on the bottom of the phone for at least a minute, if not more, if required.

    Mark Taberham - Réponse

  3. Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 3, image 1 de 1
    • L'écran du iPhone 6s Plus dispose d'une fine bande adhésive tout autour de son périmètre. Si vous préférez le remplacer, prévoyez un nouveau set de bandes adhésives avant de continuer. Il est possible de finaliser la réparation sans remplacer la bande adhésive, et vous ne remarquerez probablement aucune différence au niveau de la fonctionnalité.

    • Fixez une ventouse en bas à gauche sur la vitre.

    • Si votre écran est méchamment fissuré, vous pouvez le recouvrir avec du ruban adhésif pour mieux faire adhérer la ventouse. Du ruban adhésif très solide peut être utilisé à la place de la ventouse. Si toutes les autres méthodes échouent, vous pouvez utiliser de la super glue pour coller la ventouse à l'écran cassé.

    take out screws first!!

    Yoav Karmon - Réponse

    Make sure you use the right screw driver tip for i phone 6s Plus, which is the P-2. If the screw will not come off once is lose, try using a magnet.

    Miguel Perez - Réponse

    My cracked screen prevented the suction cup from sealing. SOLUTION: With a piece of clear packing tape across the screen, the suction cup will seal and pull.

    Jim Cowles - Réponse

    I broke my iphone screen in the first step!

    Pierre Bertram - Réponse

    This screen removal step got more wrestley than I anticipated. The adhesive is quite strong. I used a flat-ended razor tool that I have to begin the prying - I don’t know how I would have got it started without this.

    Lou Fazio - Réponse

    Ok - just got my battery replacement kit and even got the opening kit for added insurance just in case. Settled down to startwork after carefully cleaning my (immaculate) screen - no scratches or anything, with rubbing alcohol, removing screws and warming with a hair dryer, only to find the suction cup provided in the kit is worse than useless! It won’t stick to the screen well at all. When it does - it pops off at the lightest pull :-( Now what do I do to get this started?!

    CoffeeCup - Réponse

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    • Soulevez la ventouse de façon ferme et constante pour créer un petit interstice entre l'écran et le boîtier arrière.

    • Ne tirez pas trop fort sur la ventouse, vous risqueriez d'endommager l'écran. Soulevez juste assez pour créer un petit interstice entre l'écran et le boîtier arrière.

    I had a shattered front glass panel so I could not get the suction cup to seal properly. I tried a couple of different ways to get good suction but to no avail. I eventually used a Stanley knife to pry up the corner so I could get the spudger into the opening.

    John Architzel - Réponse

    A really high quality packing tape over the entire screen will usually be enough to use the suction cup on a shattered screen.

    djwooten -

    I used a suction cup on each side to provide counter traction. I braced the iphone between my knees and pulled apart while my helper inserted the spudger

    jkanne - Réponse

    This was by FAR the most difficult part of this whole thing. I confess the spudger was not cutting it so I used a butter knife to get into the small opening first, then used the spudger to go around the screen.

    Julie Sanchez - Réponse

    Hey everyone, if you never have done this part before be aware there is an extremely strong adhesive around the lip of the screen and once again is extremely strong. I had to get a friend to insert the pry/pick into the small gap while I used one hand to brace the phone down and the other to pull the suction cup without it digging into my hand. Go slow, it took me 5 tries because I didn’t realize how strong the adhesive was.

    bartmistrot - Réponse

    I also had a badly cracked lower screen - that glass was actually threatening to pull off the phone in chunks during this step, even with packing tape. Resorted to @j2arch’s tip and inserted a utility knife vertically into the seam between the display and phone body. Was able to lever the glass enough to get the spudger in there.

    Jason Augustyn - Réponse

    I have replaced sevrel screens for my sister in law and my niece. The packing tape has worked every time and that’s with it Shattered and pieces already falling out. You have to make sure the packing tape goes to the edge of the screen but doesn’t touch the frame. I have the plier like screen remover and use that it is much easier to remove the screen by your self with that tool. I also have the little finger suction cup that comes with the kit here. I bought the plier suction cup tool When I had to replace the screen that had the pieces of the screen missing and I don’t regret spending the extra money for that it has made a world of difference. I do this as a hobby it’s not a job for me. The electric divide repair kit from Lowe’s is also a very good kit to help. If you’re only going to do it once the kit that comes with the package is a great deal from ifixit. Well worth the money to spend the little extra to get the kit if you all ready don’t have the tools.

    Brent - Réponse

    If you try to use the spunger near the home button and try to pry it can crack your screen. This happened to me.

    Jeffrey - Réponse

    Same thing happened to me. This should be a big warning in these steps. If you have a small to moderate crack in you screen, but you weren’t planning on replacing the screen at the same time as another repair inside, there’s a risk of damaging the screen further and making it inoperable.

    DW7ACCT -

    I found it easiest to use two suction cups. One on the front as directed, and a second one on the back. Give the spudger to your assistant, and have them slip it in place while you pull the display from the case.

    gordojenkins - Réponse

    I gave up with the suction cup as it wasn't working for me with a cracked screen. Having heated the bottom of the phone with a hair dryer with a high heat for a good minute or so, I used a safety scraper (essentially a razor blade in a holder) along the bottom of the phone to separate the screen from the body of the phone. I used the scraper vertically between the bottom of the screen and the phone body and levered it sufficiently so that I could fit the spudger between the screen and the phone body. My experience when I first used the spudger around the frame was that the cracks in the screen caused the screen glass to separate from the frame, so I had to re-do it and ensure that the screen frame was separated from the phone body.

    Safety scraper:

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Unger-CD170-Win...

    Mark Taberham - Réponse

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    • Le meilleur endroit pour faire levier est l'encoche dans l'écran située au-dessus de la prise casque.

    • Tout en tenant la ventouse, insérez l'extrémité plate d'une spatule (spudger) dans l'encoche directement au-dessus de la prise casque.

    This was by far the hardest part of the repair for me. Getting leverage while finding a way to prod with a spudger is a challenge in coordination. I used a second spudger with point holding the phone down by the headphone jack, with the other end of the spudger anchored to my desk.

    drpotter - Réponse

    When warmed, the suction cup was useless. Using the tip of a knife blade, was able to get it separated enough to insert spudger.

    hutland - Réponse

    For me this was the most time consuming task. I used a hair dryer for heating. I found a very tight adhesive. For a moment I thought of abandoning my efforts and take the assembly to a professional repairman. But as they say, patience is a virtue.

    After fiddling for about 20 minutes, I achieved a barely noticable opening. So I decided to change the strategy. Instead of applying heat all over the base, I preceeded with small steps with heat concentrated near the opening. I applied intense heat only for about 15 to 20 seconds and immediately working with spudger. It took about an hour to completely open the case. It worked.

    Thanks for reading.

    - Mr Gamma

    Gamma Pailvan - Réponse

  6. Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 6, image 1 de 2 Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 6, image 2 de 2
    • Agrandissez l'interstice entre l'écran et le boîtier arrière en tournant la spatule.

    just changed the screen, but due to the tape along side the screen , it is best to heat a little so the glue losses and you can get the screen off better, like indicated

    Bart Blanckaert - Réponse

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    • Tirez fermement la ventouse vers le haut et faites glisser la spatule sous le bord du coin gauche de l'écran.

  8. Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 8, image 1 de 2 Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 8, image 2 de 2
    • Faites glisser la pointe de la spatule le long du côté gauche entre l'écran et le boîtier arrière.

  9. Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 9, image 1 de 2 Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 9, image 2 de 2
    • Insérer l'extrémité plate de la spatule sous le côté droit de l'écran.

    • Faites glisser la spatule le long du bord droit.

  10. Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 10, image 1 de 2 Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 10, image 2 de 2
    • Utilisez un outil en plastique pour tenir le boîtier arrière pendant que vous tirez sur la ventouse pour ouvrir le téléphone.

    • Ne retirez pas complètement l'écran, sinon vous endommageriez les nappes de connexion placées près du bord supérieur de l'iPhone.

  11. Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 11, image 1 de 2 Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 11, image 2 de 2
    • Tirez sur le petit bouton en plastique sur la ventouse et enlevez-la de l'écran.

    Remember to apply the screen gasket on the re-assemble. The gasket is provided in the kit but not mentioned here on the instructions.

    Won Hong - Réponse

    There’s a link to the entire gasket replacement procedure in Step 21.

    Jeff Suovanen -

  12. Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 12, image 1 de 3 Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 12, image 2 de 3 Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 12, image 3 de 3
    • Saisissez délicatement l'écran et soulevez-le pour ouvrir le téléphone, en vous servant des clips en haut du panneau frontal comme charnière.

    • Pendant les étapes suivantes, adossez l'écran à un objet afin de maintenir un angle de 90° par rapport au boîtier.

    • Evitez d'ouvrir l'écran à un angle de plus de 90° - il est toujours relié au téléphone par les nappes de l'écran, de la vitre tactile et de la caméra frontale, qui peuvent se déchirer facilement.

    • Utilisez un élastique pour garder l'écran fermement en place pendant la réparation. Cela va empêcher une pression excessive sur les câbles de l'écran.

    • À la limite, vous pouvez utiliser une cannette de boisson fermée pour tenir l'écran.

    if the display cables are damaged how can you tell ?

    Smiley McSmilebot - Réponse

    In theory, I like the idea of propping up the screen with a rubber band and box/soda can like this, but after ripping the FaceTime camera cable twice, I realize that this method puts too much stress on the cable because it places the screen so far back. Even in this photo, you can see that the cable is taut. I’d recommend just holding the screen with your free hand to put the least amount of stress on that cable as possible.

    Ben Estabrook - Réponse

  13. Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus, Connecteur de batterie: étape 13, image 1 de 1
    • Enlevez les deux vis cruciformes qui attachent le cache du connecteur de batterie à la carte mère :

    • Une vis de 2,9 mm

    • Une vis de 2,3 mm

    • Tout au long du tutoriel, gardez soigneusement la trace de vos vis afin de revisser chacune d'entre elles là où elle était avant. Revisser une vis au mauvais endroit peut causer des dommages irréversibles.

    FYI - I used some blue painters tape wrapped around a piece of cardboard to hold the screws and brackets in place, in order, so they did not get lost. Some of those screws are MICROSCOPIC so be careful!

    I also suggest having very good lighting, even a camping headlight for hands-free well lit work space. You will thank me later :-)

    Julie Sanchez - Réponse

    Use the bit labeled “PH000”.

    Joe Teichert - Réponse

    PH000 bit just wants to free-spin in the 2.3 mm screw. no bite in the head at all. had no difficulty removing the 2.9 mm screw with the same Phillips. had to abandon battery replacement effort.

    Benjamin Stalcup - Réponse

    For this part, neither PH000 or Y000 worked. Technically, it’ll set you back 31$ because you will need the PH00 screwdriver for this part, and the part where you need to open the screen. They have ph00 screwdrivers in every hardware store and even ifixit.com. just know that they put the wrong screwheads for you

    Jack Daniel - Réponse

    Do not lose track of which hole these screws go into. They MUST be put back into the correct hole that they came out of. If not, you will get the dreaded “long screw damage” on the mainboard, and that will be the end of the show.

    Just remember where these screws go, and it will be fine.

    Harry McDow - Réponse

    This step is extremely important in fixing your phone: I had an iPhone that I fried as I forgot to disconnect the battery, end of the show!

    Jaron Foo - Réponse

    Ended up employing a Philips #0 from a regular jeweler/precision kit on the 2.3mm screw. Bits seem a bit off for this step.

    Vance Bell - Réponse

  14. Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 14, image 1 de 2 Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 14, image 2 de 2
    • Retirez le cache de connecteur de batterie.

    Does it matter if the brackets arent put back in the phone? I bought a used phone and brackets are missing. Thanks!

    Coupon Crazy - Réponse

    Auch die Abdeckung ist angeklebt. Also mit etwas Vorsicht und Geduld rangehen.

    eckhardd@icloud.com - Réponse

    If you have forgotten your High School German -

    The cover is also glued. So take some care and patience.

    Glen Paetz -

    My bracket actually has a black wire connected on the underside that is attached to the metal bracket (with screw) below it in the picture. I decided to leave it on and just move it to the side.

    Victor Ng-Thow-Hing - Réponse

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    • Utilisez une spatule (spudger) ou un ongle propre pour déconnecter le connecteur de batterie de la carte mère en le soulevant tout droit vers le haut.

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    • Repliez le connecteur pour éviter un contact qui pourrait rallumer votre iPhone pendant que vous travaillez dessus.

    When putting the new battery in, make sure to line up the plug and not to the top of the battery… our battery was smaller so the plug would NOT have lined up if we used the top of the battery. ALSO, the plug was NOT 90 degrees so we had to finagle the plug. Also, make sure there is a clear CLICK when you plug in the connector or it may not work. Ours went in but guess didn’t go far enough so we had to take the screen off and push it harder until we heard the “click” then it worked fine.

    Won Hong - Réponse

  17. Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus, Ecran: étape 17, image 1 de 1
    • Enlevez les vis Phillips suivantes :

    • Trois vis de 1,3 mm

    • Une vis de 1,6 mm

    • Une vis de 3,0 mm

    • Lors du remontage, il est très important de mettre la vis de 3,0 mm dans le coin en haut à droite du cache. Si elle est placée à un autre endroit, elle risque d'endommager la carte mère.

    I really don't see value in removing screen use box and rubber band keep at 90 degrees.

    John Parker - Réponse

    I leave screen on as well for this. - Tho I prefer a 45 degree lean.

    Thor -

    I just changed my battery and also left the screen attached. I was lucky enough to get all 3 adhesive battery strips out clean so I didn’t have a struggle with the battery coming out. If I was going to need to get rough with it I was going to take the screen off at that point.

    Michael Gross - Réponse

    To keep track of screws, draw a quick outline of the display cable bracket/cover, with five dots where screws should be. Drop the screws on the corresponding dot. Helps if you use magnet pad.

    Christa - Réponse

    Better yet, print out the pictures from the iFixit website, and use clear tape (“Scotch tape”) to TAPE the screws onto the place in the picture where they belong.

    Tom -

    Which screwdriver from the kit do I use for which screw?

    Shiva Sharma - Réponse

    I made a mistake and unscrewed the screw just north north west of the one circled in yellow. Of course I lost the screw. Can anyone give me any guidance about this? what does the wire connected to it do? What is the size of the screw, in case I have to replace it?

    P.S. This is another reason to consider the possibility of NOT removing the screen just to replace the battery: removing the screen presents a additional possible headache, especially for people like me with bad eyesight who probably shouldn’t be doing this in the first place.

    Tom - Réponse

    I didn’t think this was necessary, bit I see it relieves stress on the front-facing camera and sensor cable connector; I did not disconnect the display connector nor remove the display screen.

    Lou Fazio - Réponse

    I second this finding. I too did not remove the screws nor the bracket. The cables look a bit stretched, but certainly not strained.

    -Gamma

    Gamma Pailvan -

    This step of separating the two parts of the phone deserves careful consideration. In my case, I had propped up the display assembly with a box and rubber bands. However, only 2 of the battery adhesive strips came off easily. The effort to remove the battery with the display assembly attached was not a good move on my part. I jarred the ear speaker cable and after reassembly I had no camera or working ear speaker. Taking off these 5 screws and removing the three cables is not difficult. My suggestion: is you have ANY trouble removing the 3 battery adhesive strips, STOP, separate the two components, and then continue with the battery removal. Don’t struggle removing the battery with the display assembly attached. (I replaced the ear speaker cable, and all is working now)

    Richard Perl - Réponse

    Thanks for this tip! I am having a really hard time removing this plate because one of the screw heads are stripped. So I’ll try removing the battery adhesive strips first to see if I can get the battery out without removing the screen.

    nathanfunk -

    Use dixie cups and label them for each part you take out. You can stack the dixie cups to keep them in order.

    Bradley Nolen - Réponse

    I skipped this for the battery removal, but when I went to replace the seal, I had to remove it anyway.

    dgol69 - Réponse

    I lost the bottom left screw of the five in this step - anyone know if it’sgoing to cause a problem? ‘m going to go ahead and put thephone back together anyway - wil report back withresult

    CoffeeCup - Réponse

    OMG…. SO excited! It works! Seems that missing screw wasn’t an issue. The reason I’m so excited is, I’m a senior and have bever attempted anything like this before and was worried I’d mess it up, or it just wouuldn’t work for whatever reason. I know I never would have tried if it weren’t for finding this site, the great service, parts to do it and the videos/guides. Thank you so much ifixit. :-)

    CoffeeCup - Réponse

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    • Retirez le cache de la nappe d'écran.

    Be careful on this step: with my iPhone, one of the connectors (the home button/fingerprint sensor) was stuck to the underside of the bracket and I almost strained its cable.

    kevin - Réponse

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    • Veillez à ne déconnecter que le connecteur et non pas la connection sur la carte mère.

    • Utilisez un outil en plastic pour déconnecter le connecteur de la caméra avant et de la nappe de capteur.

    FYI, in the video she uses the spudger for this but I think either one will work.

    Julie Sanchez - Réponse

    I found prying from the right to be better

    Lou Fazio - Réponse

    Is there any need for this step if only the Battery is replaced

    mrrreid - Réponse

    I don’t recommend using the spudger for this as you can do more damage that way. I scratched the black square thing underneath.

    Laura Houghton - Réponse

    I managed to remove the battery without disconnecting and removing the display first. This avoids possible difficulties in these steps (see below).

    One has to be careful that, while fighting with the battery strips, the display remains in its 90º position

    alfasw33 - Réponse

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    • Utilisez un outil en plastique pour déconnecter le connecteur de la nappe de la vitre tactile de sa prise sur la carte mère.

    • En reconnectant la nappe de la vitre tactile, n'appuyez pas au milieu du connecteur. Appuyez d'un côté du connecteur, puis de l'autre. En appuyant au milieu, vous plieriez la pièce et risqueriez d'endommager la vitre tactile.

    Thanks you i fix it

    God Hand - Réponse

    “When reconnecting the digitizer cable, do not press the center of the connector. Press one end of the connector, then press the opposite end. Pressing in the center of the connector can bend the component and cause digitizer damage. “

    The following note above was so helpful. I was speeding through the process of getting things back together, since it seemed easy to connect the digitizer cable, but I kept pushing it in the middle and I wouldn’t connect. Until I read through this step and realized it was easier if I would’ve connected one side and then the opposite side right after.

    Jeffrey Robinos - Réponse

    Don’t be too shy when pushing the ends of the digitizer connector back to place. If it does not connect properly, you might face the “half backlight” problem, even if you did not kill any LCD filter. Also check carefully, that you don’t clamp parts of the sticky sealing material placed around the connector inside the connection area.

    Norbert Andreas Richartz - Réponse

    This part was a very frustrating experience for me.  I thought that my replacement screen was just poor quality, as it worked when it wanted to work.  Pressing home/power repeatedly sometimes brought it back, charging to 100% also brought it back.    The actual problem was that it is very easy to get some of the gasket material caught in the connector, which I couldn’t see until I used my jeweler's loupe.  I used 91% alcohol to carefully clean all of this off until all pins were shiny, and it took about 6 tries to get it right.  However, the screen’s been running well for 2 days now.  I already bought another screen replacement which I have for a spare as it was 100% not the problem.

    chumblyf - Réponse

    I followed all the steps, so the sound is missed. What could be happened? thanks a lot. Fabio Balbino

    Fabio Balbino - Réponse

  21. Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 21, image 1 de 2 Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 21, image 2 de 2
    • Vérifiez que la batterie est déconnectée avant de déconnecter ou reconnecter la nappe de cette étape.

    • Déconnectez la nappe du bouton home/lecteur d'empreintes en le soulevant tout droit hors de sa prise sur la carte mère.

    How much is this to replace?

    Alistair knight - Réponse

    And where could I buy from?

    Alistair knight - Réponse

    After finishing the assembly I got the message “Touch ID cannot be enabled on this phone”. I found this connector was loose. Plugged it back in and that fixed it.

    Bryan Province - Réponse

    Thanks for the tip. Same thing happened to me, some leftover adhesive was in the way!

    Lua Tech -

    Always make sure to disconnect the battery before you do any work on the phone replacing any parts the digitizer or anything. And before you start make sure the phone is turned off you don’t want any power surges. If you also have a static electricity bracelet that also is a plus to use but isn’t a necessity just a nice piece of mind. Some cases you do need to use one so you don’t discharge static electricity to an electrical component and mess it up.

    Brent - Réponse

    Be very careful in this step. I noticed it’s very easy to tear the flex when trying to lift it out of its socket from the right side.

    shoeib - Réponse

    What is the cable and how is it connected/fixed to the motherboard between the bottom socket and the screw hole.

    Mine came loose somehow?

    Jason Engelsman - Réponse

    I figured out my own question its the Wi-Fi diversity antenna cable. But how is it connected/secured to the motherboard?

    Jason Engelsman - Réponse

    i pressed on the center of the digitizer connection. and the bottom half of my screen didnt work. i then took that same front panel assembly and tried to install it on another old iphone 6s+ and i had the same issue.

    can i still fix it?

    what exactly is broken now?

    alejandro rueda - Réponse

    @mynameisoli Honestly this just sounds like a defective screen to me, but it’s hard to say for sure. Look closely at the connector at the end of the ribbon cable and check it for damage. If it’s slightly bent/curved, all the pins won’t make good contact in the socket. You can try bending it back so it lays flat, but you have to be very careful not to damage the connector or contaminate the pins with skin oils, so it’s tricky—and it may be harder to return as “defective” if you mess up the connector. So try this at your own risk. Apart from that, I would just return it and try a different display. Good luck!

    Jeff Suovanen -

    The 6s plus screen repair kit i bought has the wrong size cable here on the replacement part. SOL.

    Alex Richardson - Réponse

    Once I accidentally disconnected the display assembly cables before disconnecting the battery. Now the home button and fingerprint sensor doesn’t work. Any solution to this?? I have tried a different home button, even that doesn’t work.

    a3roar - Réponse

    I changed the battery on my iPhone and put all together again and charged it. When I pressed the home button the lock screen with my picture appeared and when I pressed it again the screen with the digits from 0 to 9 appeared. I was asked to enter my passcode, but when I did that nothing happened, the phone did not open.

    What could be wrong? Is the home screen cable not fully connected or what could be the reason for this?

    THORDUR JOHANNESSON - Réponse

  22. Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 22, image 1 de 2 Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 22, image 2 de 2

    For instructions on home button swap out to the new screen you just installed, go here

    Remplacement du bouton home avec nappe de l'iPhone 6s Plus

    Superior Office Systems - Réponse

    Do you know whether the adhesive contributes to waterproofing, or just for stability/adhesion?

    Christa - Réponse

    @kitabel The iPhone 6s case isn’t waterproof, so I don’t think adhesive around the display is contributing anything other than stability. The 6s series does have some water resistance, but it’s mostly internal and not something Apple advertises.

    Jeff Suovanen -

    If you have a replacement adhesive for the display, you may need to install it before reconnecting cables to the components. If the adhesive wraps all the way around the display, it will be impossible to install it once the display is reconnected.

    Matthew Olwell - Réponse

    These instructions worked great for me. Thank you!

    Chris Enloe - Réponse

  23. Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus, Batterie: étape 23, image 1 de 3 Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus, Batterie: étape 23, image 2 de 3 Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus, Batterie: étape 23, image 3 de 3
    • Décollez les languettes des trois bandes adhésives le long du côté inférieur de la batterie.

    OK - second most challenging part of the swap. TAKE YOUR TIME! It is hard to pull the strips out without getting them caught on the metal edge parts inside which can tear them, but do them one at a time, pull slow but steady, and as it stretches, grab the tape closer down near the body of the phone. You will not believe how far these things can stretch!

    I was successful with getting 2/3 of them out but the one closest to the guts - the first one I tried to hurry - broke off. I got the other two out then needed to use a credit card to get up & under to loosen the battery. Another video I saw showed slightly warming up the back of the phone using a hair dryer set on low which would loosen the adhesive, but I did not do that. I was able to get the battery up far enough to use the tweezers to grab the adhesive and then pull it out.

    Julie Sanchez - Réponse

    Slightly warming up the back of the phone using a iOpener, just before pull the strips, is definitely a good solution for me :)

    STEPHAN HERBY -

    I agree, pulling one at a time worked for me. I think pulling all at the same time may be faster but pulling one at a time may be safer because you can react to each single strip as it tugs and releases and then tugs again. Just pull slowly and when it tugs (stops releasing) just maintain a slight tension until it releases again. At one point, one started to tear so I eased up and slowly continued with what was left and it eventually released enough so I could continue with the whole strip. Good practice for patience! XD

    kevin -

    I’m absolutely stuck here. I don’t see the adhesive strips at the bottom of the battery. I only see the flat cable that wraps around the bottom of the battery, which is now separated. I don’t think it was supposed to separate like that.

    David Warshowsky - Réponse

    Because of the Taptic engine assembly, it is almost impossible to pull the adhesives at the optimal, less-than-60-degrees; even when I removed the two-piece assembly, two of the adhesives — middle and the one adjacent to the battery connector — on my wife’s 4-y/o 6s Plus broke.

    I would definitely recommend either iFixIt’s “Opening Picks” or “Plastic Cards”; an old driver license (CA) or drive license would work. Just be aware that the edge of the plastic will show some wear and some sharp edges. I was able to loosen about a quarter of the batter from the bottom left, enough to lift (and slightly deform) the old battery to be able to use the tweezers to grab the broken end and pull along the long-edge of the old battery to remove.

    Finally, do a check by positioning the battery, with the adhesive film still in place, and make sure the battery connector is lined up with the port on the iPhone: use the spudger to gently crease, if needed, the battery connector “flexible arm” so that the connector lies flat.

    Family Juinio - Réponse

    Not mentioned in main steps, it may be helpful to apply some heat to back of phone (put face down on a table and use a hair dryer. Be sure not to heat too much, just enough so it is still touchable and can be held. My center strip tore and had to slowly work from the side and was finally able to tweezer in to grab last tape strip to remove. Caution as battery punctures could lead to a fire!!

    Edward Bannan - Réponse

    Never could get a finger hold. Why, Because there were two, not three strips and the tabs were way too small to finger-grab. Tweezer-pulling always tore the tabs and adhesive before I could get enough to finger-grab. However, even with a adhesive-shred-tweezer-hold I could wind until there was enough that I could pull with the tweezers.

    robert - Réponse

  24. Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 24, image 1 de 1
    • Prenez les languettes des trois bandes adhésives en main.

    • Tâchez de garder les bandes plates et sans les froisser durant cette procédure. Des bandes froissées vont coller ensemble et se déchirer au lieu de s'enlever facilement.

    • Si l'une des bandes adhésives se casse sous la batterie et ne peut pas être retirée, appliquez quelques gouttes d'alcool isopropylique à haute concentration (supérieure à 90%) sous le bord de la batterie, dans la zone de la bande cassée.

    • Attendez environ une minute pour que l'alcool ramollisse l'adhésif. Utilisez le bout plat d'une spatule (spudger) pour soulever doucement la batterie.

    • Ne forcez pas pour soulever la batterie. Si nécessaire, appliquer quelques gouttes d'alcool supplémentaires pour affaiblir encore plus l'adhésif. Ne déformez ni perforez la batterie avec votre outil.

    • N'insérez pas la spatule dans la zone entre le bouton de baisse de volume (-) et le bord supérieur de la batterie, au risque d'abîmer la nappe de contrôle du volume qui se trouve dessous. N'appuyez pas contre la carte mère au risque d'endommager le téléphone.

    When I did this, the 5 inch strip stretched to about 3 feet.

    Joe Teichert - Réponse

    I found it easier to pull out one strip at a time. There really isn’t need to pull all three at the same time.

    gordojenkins - Réponse

    Starting from the left, pull the strip to the center strip with tweezers, then punch together with left fingers. Next, pull the right strip with the tweezers to the two already together. Grab all three with left fingers. It is a little difficult, but just do as common sense tells you.

    Lou Fazio - Réponse

    On an older Iphone 6s+ it is easier to pull each adhesive separate.

    coljwm - Réponse

    Grabbing them separately was also easier for me and always going to the newly appearing material. You will also hear very strange noise…

    Kajetan Hinner - Réponse

    I would absolutely NOT try to pull all three simultaneously. You’re sure to break at least one of them off. Do them one at a time, slowly, and don’t pull acroo the others as you do: just pull straight down.

    r torrance andrews - Réponse

  25. Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 25, image 1 de 3 Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 25, image 2 de 3 Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 25, image 3 de 3
    • Tirez délicatement sur les languettes en les éloignant de la batterie vers le côté inférieur du iPhone.

    • Pour éviter de déchirer les bandes adhésives, veillez à ne pas tirer en direction de la batterie ou d'autres composants.

    • Tirez de façon ferme et constante pendant que les bandes adhésives s'enlèvent de l'espace entre la batterie et le boîtier arrière. Pour les meilleurs résultats, tirez à un angle de 60° ou moins.

    • Les bandes vont s'étirer à plusieurs fois leur taille initiale. Continuez de tirer et reprenez les bandes plus près de la batterie si nécessaire.

    • Tenez la batterie avec une main pendant que vous tirez, sinon, une fois qu'elles sont décollées du boîtier arrière, l'élasticité des bandes peut expulser la batterie du téléphone .

    • Si une languette se casse sous la batterie et ne peut être retirée, référez-vous à l'étape précédente pour savoir comment décoller la batterie. Pour des méthodes supplémentaires, référez-vous aux étapes suivantes.

    Use a set of curved tweasers to pull each strip clear of the bottom left corner of the battery. Then the strips will pull out alongside the battery and the frame almost effortlessly. Do this for each strip and your battery should almost fall out.

    Dustin DeShaney - Réponse

    I found it better to pull one strip at a time

    John Parker - Réponse

    Do them separately or they will probably rip like mine did :(

    Christopher Eccles - Réponse

    Pulling them separately is a good idea especially if it’s your first time. My middle strip tore at the beginning and I had to pry the battery up and then I was able to remove the remaining strip of adhesive. While prying the old battery in an upward angle it did start to bend I believe I achieved a 35 degree angle

    Gregory - Réponse

    Definitely agree one at a time - see my comment above for more detail. Also possible to slightly warm the back of the phone first using hair dryer set on low. This loosens the adhesive if for some reason you break a strip off & have to pry the battery out (CAREFULLY)

    Julie Sanchez - Réponse

    I used a hair dryer to warm the back of the phone, and I still broke two of the three “taffy stickers”. If I did it again, I would keep the back warm with a hair dryer, and gradually pull one piece straight out at a time at as low an angle as possible. Unfortunately, the small backers came off my perimeter adhesive, so as I pulled the taffy stickers out, it stuck to the perimeter adhesive and messed it up. Perhaps remove the battery before applying the new adhesive around the edge of the phone? Everything was going well for me until this step.

    Joe Teichert - Réponse

    Nightmare. All three strips broke. I did get the battery out with a combination of dental floss, a guitar string, and a few cut-down credit cards. But the adhesive is very strong even when warmed, and the outer wrapper of the battery tore during removal. I was afraid of it heating up and sparking, as I have seen other damaged lithium ion batteries do.

    Garrett McWilliams - Réponse

    If your battery is bend, DO NOT TRY TO RE-FLATTEN it again cause my battery were BURNT. luckily i’ve drain the battery beforehand till <28% but next time i’ll drain it until <5% to reduce the energy if it catch fire, i believe if the battery is in full charge it will explode. Dont try to extinguish the battery since it will not until it all the energy is burnt. Just keep it controlled. And REMEMBER TO DRAIN YOUR BATTERY BEFORE DETACH.

    osbert intanu - Réponse

    Pull all three steadily at an angle just above the metal components below the battery. Wrap the strips, in a looping motion, around your finger to take up the slack, similar to winding dental floss - they stretch far, as stated, and circulation in your will be to be cut off - get through it with out too much dilly-dallying.

    Lou Fazio - Réponse

    I put my phone on a heating pad while extracting the tape. Worked like a charm.

    afelton414 - Réponse

    Pull the strips really slowly. The glue itself will just flow away with constant force, whereas increasing the force will tear the tape. Once you have got to the force where the tape is slowly peeling away, try to keep that force constant as far as possible.

    David Routledge - Réponse

    All three strips broke off for me (this is my 3rd time replacing the battery), even after using an iOpener to apply heat to the bottom of the device. What works for me best is to use a few drops of 90% isopropyl under the battery. I let it soak for about 10-15 seconds, then with a plastic credit card, slide it under the battery until eventually the strips let go.

    drpotter - Réponse

  26. Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus, Méthodes alternatives pour décoller la batterie du boîtier: étape 26, image 1 de 1
    • Si vous avez réussi d'enlever les trois bandes adhésives, passez à l'étape suivante. Sinon il faut enlever la batterie du boîtier arrière.

    • Préparez un iOpener et appliquez-le sur l'extérieur du boîtier arrière directement au-dessus de la batterie. Autrement, vous pouvez utiliser une pistolet à air chaud ou un sèche-cheveux.

    • Surchauffer l'iPhone peut enflammer la batterie.

    • Ne forcez pas pour soulever la batterie. Si nécessaire, appliquez quelques gouttes d'alcool supplémentaire pour affaiblir l'adhésif encore davantage. Ne déformez ni percez la batterie avec votre outil.

    • N'insérez pas la spatule dans la zone entre le bouton de baisse du volume (-) et le bord supérieur de la batterie, au risque d'abîmer la nappe de contrôle du volume. Ne faites pas levier contre la carte mère, car vous risqueriez d'endommager le téléphone.

    • Alternativement, un morceau de fil dentaire peut être utilisé pour séparer la batterie de la coque arrière. Une alternative plus forte que le fil dentaire est une corde de guitare déroulée, par exemple la corde de 0,009 E provenant d'un jeu de 12 cordes.

    • Enfilez le fil dentaire ou la corde de guitare derrière les coins supérieurs de la batterie, rapprochez les extrémités, enveloppez-les autour d'un chiffon plié et tirez de façon constante.

    I didn’t have an iOpener on hand (although plan on purchasing one now). I remembered that I had some handwarmers lying around, and they worked well to apply enough heat to help release the adhesive strips easily.

    Jami - Réponse

    My battery was completely loose in place - I just picked it out.

    Lou Fazio - Réponse

    My 6S plus battery was REALLY hard to get out. The 3 adhesive strips broke immediately. I used 80 lb fishing line, a glove, and repeated hair dryer use. The battery was a little bent when it finally came out.

    Michael Polczynski - Réponse

    We had a similar experience - the adhesive strips were hard to grasp and they snapped straight away. We had a neck massage cushion to heat in the microwave and laid the iPhone on this while using the Spudger to poke at the adhesive - took over and hour to get out.

    James W - Réponse

    If the three adhesive strips (or two, on a replacement battery) were successfully removed, and the battery is loose, what’s the next step???

    prreitz - Réponse

    TO MUSICIANS: trying a guitar string? Great idea but here’s a tip to shorten the process. Use the E-string like advised; work it as far under the battery as you can. When you feel like it won’t go any further, try pulling it out. Strips of adhesive came out with the E-string, for me, and that allowed me to get a B-string under there (so, start with the top string and then try 2nd from top to finish). The B-string cut right through but I recommend starting with the E because the gap isn’t big enough to fit a B until the E scrapes the gunk out. Make sense?

    John Gore - Réponse

    I had only one adhesive strip available. I carefully pulled it out. The other two were stuck under. I used heat ( hair dryer ) and scrape technique. Instead of a credit card, I used the spudger. I think that was more effective. The old battery did develop multiple bends. Luckily it was so worn out that I could drain it to zero before I began.

    -Gamma

    Edit : Grammer + formatting

    Gamma Pailvan - Réponse

  27. Remplacement de la batterie de l'iPhone 6s Plus: étape 27, image 1 de 1
    • Retirez la batterie.

    • Si votre batterie de remplacement est livrée avec une protection plastique, enlevez-la avant d'installer la batterie en la décollant de la nappe.

    • S'il reste de la solution alcoolisée dans le téléphone, essuyez-la soigneusement ou laissez-la sécher à l'air libre avant d'installer votre nouvelle batterie.

    • Avant de coller la nouvelle batterie, reconnectez temporairement le connecteur de la batterie à la fiche de la carte mère. Cela assure un bon alignement de la batterie dans son logement.

    • Collez la batterie, déconnectez-la et continuez de réassembler votre appareil.

    • Si votre nouvelle batterie ne dispose pas d'adhésif préinstallé, reportez-vous à ce tutoriel pour remplacer les bandes adhésives.

    • Effectuez un redémarrage forcé après le remontage. Cela peut éviter plusieurs problèmes et simplifier le dépannage.

    I recommend putting the battery in place BEFORE putting the new adhesive strips to make sure you know for sure that the battery connector lines up with the socket. I ended up with a battery wire that was just a bit too long and I mounted the battery way at top of the pocket (big mistake). Even after moving the battery down, the connector wire was still a little too long, so I had to connect the battery and shove the wire between the battery and logic board as much as I could. Checking the battery beforehand could save some adhesive strips from going to waste.

    joetalaga - Réponse

    Thanks for the tip, joetalaga!

    Joe Teichert - Réponse

    FYI, for anyone in a pinch if the new battery didn’t come with adhesive, you can use Command strips to secure the battery to the housing. Works like a charm!

    tnix43 - Réponse

    I would recommend using a little grease on the tip of the screwdrivers to stick the screws to the driver (even thought they’re magnetic). Commonly, dielectric tune-up grease from automotive stores - it did WONDERS in not fumbling or losing screws.

    I also recommend a test-fit of the battery before applying the adhesive strips to be familiar with the needed battery location i.e. where the connector needs to be placed.

    Note: the connectors DO snap in place.

    Lou Fazio - Réponse

    Where the heck do you put the replacement strips, how do I know which way to put them. How do I know where to place them?

    benjamin kim - Réponse

    Hi, refer to our iPhone Battery Adhesive Strips Replacement guide for instructions on where to place the adhesive strips.

    Kyle Smith -

    I can’t believe they left this part out. It’s not in the video either

    benjamin kim - Réponse

    What about Nohon Batteries? it is good, or no?

    Jonathan Camargo - Réponse

    “temporarily reconnect the battery connector to the logic board socket” This is key!

    r torrance andrews - Réponse

Conclusion

Comparez votre nouvelle pièce de rechange à la pièce d'origine, vous devrez peut-être transférer les composants restants ou enlever les films adhésif au dos de la nouvelle pièce avant de l'installer.

Pour réassembler votre appareil, suivez les étapes ci-dessus dans l'ordre inverse.

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Most common on IPhone 6s/6 repair jobs is this battery replacement. Great tutorial!

Raymond Amansec - Réponse

so few comments on this one?!

has any/many done this without the adhesive strips.. and was it ok?

sarah - Réponse

If you mean the battery adhesive strips, sure—you can put a piece of double-sided tape down the back of the battery, and it probably won't move anywhere. There's not much room for the battery to move anyway. Use the adhesive strips if you want to do it right—but, if you're in a bind and you just need the phone working, you can skip the strips. And you can always open the phone back up and add the adhesive strips later.

If you mean the adhesive gasket around the display, the answer is pretty much the same—It's better to have it, but it doesn't hurt anything to put the phone back together without it.

Jeff Suovanen -

by far the easiest repair I've done. only 3 screws! really dont think the cables need to be disconneted. i just used a shoe lace to gently hold up the screen. sticky strips came out fine. happy. thanks.

sarah - Réponse

Where can one buy the adhesive gasket for the case

Sandeep singh - Réponse

I know almost a year later to reply, but if you buy the battery kit, the adhesive gasket for the display comes with it—along with a pentalobe screw liberation kit.

joetalaga -

The iFixit store has them

william.r.crowley -

how deep is that sand lol , you can get everything here if they don’t have it google it or you don’t need it

luciferbritsun696 -

Wow, now I’m feeling a bit dumb and a lot frustrated. I bought the kit, replaced the battery, put everything back together, and it works! But I couldn’t figure out the purpose of the clear blue sheet included with the kit.

Now I know, but I’m not taking the phone apart again to install it.

What wasn’t this covered in the video or in the step-by-step instructions?

Darryl Howard -

Is the battery OEM apple one

Sandeep singh - Réponse

The battery from the iFixit battery kit is not OEM, but it is tested and guaranteed with a one-year warranty.

joetalaga -

i want to aperfect technecian give me your advise

dawit ican✔ - Réponse

Where can I buy de adhesive that is around the display? Can I use B7000 glue?

Ezequiel Braunstein - Réponse

Reassembly of the display to the chassis was a terrible ordeal until I realized that the front-facing camera connector and sensor cable connector cables had changed position in the 3-cable stack. This is possible--try it yourself:

Follow the two disconnected cables back to the display.

Swap them by tucking the smaller connector cable UNDER the bigger connector cable. You can do it because the angle that they exit the display lets them lie either way, on top of the other or under it.

You'll know immediately when trying to re-attach the connectors because the big connector needs to be the second (middle) one. Otherwise the cables can be hooked up with a lot of fiddle but they won't fold to fit under the cover..

Ned Bedinger - Réponse

The battery adhesive -- my case used to get hot until i changed the batt. Two-sided tape (like carpet tape) might not let heat shed betweenor or through the strips. Using two-side non-specifc tape in wide stripsfrom a roll? It makes me wonder about heat-managing properties of official batt tape.

Ned Bedinger - Réponse

The old battery blew up on me while replacing, because the battery adhesive strips tore. I didn't have a plastic card to unstick the battery, so I had to bend it. That's why it blew up, so be careful guys, because I absolutely didn't expect that. There was lots of smoke and I burned myself a little bit.

I thought my phone will die after that, but I connected new battery and everything works fine.

Roman Visente - Réponse

may i change 6s plus battery with 6 plus?

Charles Cho - Réponse

Wow! That was awesome. It's amazing how easy things can be when they are designed to be replaced! One note though, when I was draining my new battery, at below 10% it would not play sound. I could not play music, or hear phone calls, I could however be heard. After having opened my phone so recently I was worried a connection had come loose or been missed entirely. Once charged to 100% everything behaved as expected. I am not sure if that is normal or not. I could totally understand restricting power use at those levels, but does it? I didn't "enter power save" not knowingly at least.

Michael Cornforth - Réponse

Very straight forward instructions. Easy to follow; video helped as well. Took me about 1 hour to complete. Phone is charging now. Looking forward to see how the new battery performs. Thanks very much for this site and to all contributors! I like fixing things myself. 11/19/17.

Patrick Dunlap - Réponse

I don’t get why you need to take the screen off really.

AmMahabir - Réponse

This guide is make from an iPhone 6s total tear down

Mandy -

yes, you are right. Just take care and not damage display cables etc. while fighting with the adhesive stripes

alfasw33 -

I've done this twice and each time I can't get the old adhesive to come off cleanly. I had to use an iopener each time. Just be careful and not bend your battery. It will get hot and smoke if you bend it a lot. Other than that, real easy to replace.

chuongho - Réponse

Just got done with my first iPhone battery replacement. Took me about an hour. I think the hardest part for me was getting the screen popped open enough to get the spudger in there. I ended up using an iOpener to warm the adhesive a little and it was a little easier to open enough to get the spudger in there. I also used the plastic scalpel tool from the Pro TechToolkit to cut the adhesive loose before shoving the spudger in there.

joetalaga - Réponse

Hi,

I followed this tuto and I successfully changed the battery on my iPhone 6 S Plus without any difficulty. But, after then change, touchId feature does not work anymore. Main button is working fine, only touchId feature is faulty: I have a message saying that touchId feature will not be available on the phone.

I wonder if the fact that I disconnected the touchId connector (part of the 3 screen connectors), and reconnected it at the end, may act as the screen itself was changed. Some messages on forums tell that in this case, the iPhone refuses to reactivate touchId feature.

If someone can help it would be great.

Thxs,

Jean-Claude Ribiere - Réponse

This was my first ever DIY replacement from iFixit. This guide was absolutely on spot and it was so easy for me to replace the battery. Thanks.

Anubhav - Réponse

Don’t be as stupid as me and follow the guide at the step 23. It’s really difficult to pull all the tabs together, better try it to pull out a single one and then go on with the next one.

Everything else worked like the guide said.

Elias Bürgisser - Réponse

The same here as Jean-Claude Ribiere experienced. My iPhone 6s plus refuses to activate touch-id after successful battery replacement. Main button works fine. I have found no help on any forums for this issue and would like post a warning for this repair guide.

Kalle Punsvik - Réponse

Was the battery the only component you replaced? if so, it’s likely you damaged one of the cables during the process.

These phones are very delicate and it is easy to cause unseen damage if you’re not careful.

Jonathan Reynolds -

In general the instructions were clear. Only thing missing is the gasket instructions as it is included in the kit but not in the instructions.

Won Hong - Réponse

Yes, and gasket instructions are needed. I tried to install the gasket and could not get it to seat properly and gave up. You only get one try and then it is ruined.

richlove -

There should be large red bold letters in this procedure telling you to make sure the battery is not connected when re-connecting the display cables.

I blew the backlight circuit on the motherboard.

I had the battery connected when plugging in the display cables.

Power was not on so it did not occur to me that it would be a problem.

Expensive mistake.

The problem that lures you into this trap is that you need to position the battery to align with the battery connector when re-installing the battery.

To make sure it is aligned properly, the natural thing to do is to plug in the battery connector.

But then you can forget that the battery is connected when you re-attach the display cables.

If I were to do this procedure again, I would not even disconnect the display at all. It is not necessary when replacing the battery.

richlove - Réponse

Same thing happened to me. display now dead. had it done at the local gadget /phone repair store but they couldn’t fix it.

Were you able to fix yours?

Philip Storey -

Anybody have a solution to the front facing camera assembly not working? Changed out my buddies battery and now the front camera and ear speaker don't work.

Wade - Réponse

My iPhone 6s+ was stuck in a restart loop. I tried EVERYTHING! Did you try… YES! I tried it. The Apple store near me didn’t have an appointment available for 6 days. I recently had them replace the battery since they admitted to screwing everyone’s phone up and it had been randomly restarting at all different times. This morning I tried to do an iTunes factory reset and still just rebooted when done. I followed these steps up to #20. Then I reassembled (losing the 30mm screw for the logic board) and fired it up. She was a little groggy at first but runs great now!

tseantownsend - Réponse

Mine doesn’t switch on at all - will they still help me with my iPhone even if I tried to fix it myself?

Because I know they like to do things like that haha

Klaud Kveda -

I done this with mine but could not get strips out so just forced the battery out - without disconnecting LCD and then the phone would not switch on, so I gave up with it.

Since then I tried to do it again and just checked the connections with the battery and seems to of turned on so I was happy and put it on charge only for it to turn off again after around 5 mins and it wont switch back on now.

Let me know if there is anything I could do to fix this.

Klaud Kveda - Réponse

I could not believe it. I DID. This guide was helpful including some comments. Thank you!

Alberto Vega - Réponse

I accidentally used the tweezer in step 14 after removing the battery connector bracket and I saw some sparks. Did it fry my batter connector?

Kim Leabres - Réponse

Not sure why I had to take the front off completely [iPhone 6s plus]. Also, replacing the adhesive strips was a disaster as mine looked nothing like what was in the photos. Scotch double sided to the rescue. Hope it doesn’t melt or something [fist bump myself explosion emoji]

Tom Lynham - Réponse

this is ridiculous, just use your brain and make a phone w an ejectable battery… a duh.

HEMP IS NOT POT - Réponse

battery addhensive is too sticky. would be nice to add iopener in the toolkit. i tried to force the battery out without heat it. battery caught fire. luckily the phone still works after clean the mess. i would suggest to get an iopener if you want to replace battery.

yuan wei - Réponse

Hello! Is to possible to change the battery while the screen is broken? I dont want to change the screen just the battery! :)

Otto linden - Réponse

@otto_linden Totally possible, although getting a broken screen off can be troublesome. If it’s badly broken, the stress of removing it can make it worse, so it may go back together “more broken” than when you started. All other things being equal, I’d probably suggest waiting until you can do both at once. But, your call! Good luck.

Jeff Suovanen -

just did my new battery tonight and found the front display connectors really hard to remove.

Put everything back but now my ear speaker isnt working.

Tried hard reset and removing all tabs and replacing but it’s still not working :(

Everything else works fine. So disappointed will now have to go to apple for a more expensive repair than a simple battery :(

John Sherrit - Réponse

Just wanted to add that when I added the new battery the phone got exteremely hot so I have removed the “new” battery and put the old one back in and temps are normal again,

Good to see there is a one year warranty as this battery is going back.

John Sherrit - Réponse

Hi John! Our Support team is here to assist if you’d like to inquire about your warranty. Please feel free to reach out via help.ifixit.com and they’ll look into this trouble with you.

Kadan Sharpe -

My iPhone 6s Plus battery was dead after 2 and a half year. Thanks to this very good tutorial and the replacement kit including the new battery and tooling kit. My iPhone’s life is hopefully extended by another 2 years at least.

yannick Lamp - Réponse

This Guide WAS VERY AWESOME!!! First time replacing iPhone Battery

mfigeroux - Réponse

I don’t know about everyone else, but this fix was a pain process. The screws are so small you need an electron scanning microscope to see them. Then the magnetized screwdriver heads are great, but then when putting screws back in, it is really tough.

Sandwah - Réponse

非常感谢!我最近正在准备协助我的朋友更换她的老旧电池,这篇文章真的太棒了!是及时雨~

Liu bing - Réponse

我觉得,现在的手机之类的电子产品内部是非常精密的,这可能需要我在修理时准备好一盏工作台灯协助我的拆机工作,否则,我担心拆机的环境光照是否足够~

Liu bing - Réponse

Good Job! Easy To follow instructions. Thank.

Leo Lambert Jr - Réponse

We missed the window for Apple’s battery replacement so I finally bought a replacement here. Great tutorial. Easy to follow steps (wow, those screws are small!) All replaced and reassembled with no parts left over. :)

Michael - Réponse

My earpiece speaker no longer works after the battery replacement, any suggestions

Tyler Martin - Réponse

Both cameras stopped working as well

Tyler Martin -

I had similar issues on other iPhone models and it was always caused by the associated cable not plugged in correctly. Either that or the said cable might have been previously damaged because those iPhone cables really are fragile.

Daniel Lafargue -

CAn you use I6 plus battery with I6s plus phone vise versa?

yany - Réponse

I would say, make it clear in the guide at the beginning that it is not necessary to remove the screen assembly (to replace the battery.)

A soup can and two rubber bands with a piece of cloth to protect the screen work splendidly for holding the screen at a 90 degree angle.

Unless you have to do something specifically to the display, I think with those additional miniature screws of different sizes and tiny connectors you’re just increasing your chances of failure if all you’re doing is replacing the battery.

Great guide though, very helpful. Thank you!

Timothy Lee Russell - Réponse

I just completed the replacement of the battery in my 6s plus. I took my time which wound being 4 hours of work but I was through and meticulous. Overall a great success. I was going to get a new 11 pro but they failed to put a 5G antenna in this model which was a deal breaker for me so I had to extend the life of my 6s for at least another year. Thank you iFixit for everything.

COLOSSUS206 - Réponse

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sanjuanherrerazabelyvirginia - Réponse

Not super hard but when I replaced my battery I must have tugged on the 3 cables connecting the display to the back. After installing the new battery and putting it all back together my earpiece speaker and front camera wouldn’t work. I opened it up and all the cables looked fine. No tears no nothing. I ordered a new cable assembly for the earpiece, front camera and when removing the old cable assembly the proximity sensor had detached from the cable and was stuck in the display. Replaced the cable and it works great now. Be very careful with those cables.

icecoldtony - Réponse

Hello can i change the battery and the back camera of my IPhone 6s Forbthe battery and the camera of the iPhone 6s Plus?

Carlos B - Réponse

After a battery replacement, which went very smoothly, the touch screen doesn’t respond. The battery is fine. The home button is fine. The display is fine. Boot up is fine. But touching or pressing the screen does not register at all. I have repeated the steps to disconnect and reconnect the digitizer cable 6 times. No joy. The connector appears fine, no bending. It clicks into place on one end then the other end.

What should I try next?

Jay Cummings - Réponse

Thanks for sharing this. I did need a hair dryer to help to loss the sticky tape that applied to the bottom edge of the screen of iPhone 6s Plus. Only plug using the sucking tool does not always work. Do it with cautious before you break your screen.

hudengke - Réponse

One of the screws below the home button on the side of the phone won’t catch.

Peyton Davis - Réponse

Thanks! Another electronic device SAVED from the scrap heap! iPhone 6S Plus battery replaced and no more half day dead batteries!

Daniel Sutczak - Réponse

Sadly after I did the battery installed, Now when I open the camera app the screen is black. I can’t take photos, switch from rear to front camera. When I call someone I can’t hear them in my ear I have to use the speaker phone. I wonder what happen :(

Michael Bellamy - Réponse

Very illustrative write up.Though I haven’t done,It looked very easy.

manjula.s Seetharaman - Réponse

Be very careful when you use a Metallic tweezer to remove the tape trip on the battery .My battery exploded

Ansel king - Réponse

I had issues in the end while trying to let the display snap in completely into in the frame. On the left side everything was fine, but on the right side I found a small bracket had become loose and blocked the counterpart of the display: one of the small rectangular hooks that should snap in that bracket. I fixed the bracket in the correct position with a micro piece of the old adhesive stripe while mounting the display.

alfasw33 - Réponse

do you have to buy the Battery Connector Bracket does it still work with the old one?

Alexander Chen - Réponse

The pold one should work fine

Daniele Carminati -

OK…

Just did the battery replacement.

It went better than I expected. I did not remove the display cables or disconnect the display - I did tape it into place in an upright position, and was careful. In a previous battery swap (years ago) I did tear my camera cable and had to replace it, not being careful enough. I’m realizing that what’s really needed here would be a 3D-printed jig that would firmly hold the display up at an angle and take all the stress off the cables - with that sort of arrangement I imagine that things would go well.

The OEM battery was so gone that when I destroyed it (bend, fold, mutilate) it didn’t make a peep. Had it been in better shape I would have used more care to avoid a kaboom/flame event. The center adhesive strip didn’t come out (much) which is why I had to lean on it (too impatient to heat that up to remove it.

Since it was stone dead prior, nice to see it come up after - wasn’t sure the bad battery hadn’t taken the phone with it. At any rate, all good!

hancocks - Réponse

IFIXIT is a lifesaver. I’m not quite ready to give up my iphone 6S+ just yet. This time I ordered the battery replacement kit. I followed the video, paused where needed and got through it with no problem. Previously I’ve ordered and replaced the rear camera and on my iMac I replaced my hard drive. The videos are clear and concise. I prefer them to the step by step method, however do refer to them as well.

Walter Maroney - Réponse

What about Nohon batteries, it is good, or no?

Jonathan Camargo - Réponse

There is some black sticky material on a piece o f blue plastic. I assume that it is new gasketing material to replace what came off when I opened the phone. Unfortunately I have no idea how to apply it, as it doesn’t seem to fit in the open phone either way.

Leon Sebek - Réponse

Great little guide! I’ve just had to replace the second battery on my 6S Plus, and because the aftermarket sticky strips that secure the battery to the case where less sticky (not from iFixit), it was possible to skip steps 17-27 (but perhaps not advised) turned into a 5 mins job all in as opposed to nearly 40mins because the original battery sticky strips are a really pain! Regarding the perimeter tape gaskit that seals the screen to the back, it is possible to reuse the original but it is likely to part lifted / broken. So I’d say that dust protection is compromised, that said, I still found the orginal gaskit adequate even after two battery replacements . GearDo via aution site in the UK offered the gasket as a separate item, but I’ll save it for my 3rd battery - haha!

Alec - Réponse

I usually mess up anything I’m doing but this worked perfectly. Thanks!

Daniel Daponde - Réponse

Some key omissions

1. if the battery is stuck, the adhesive strips probably broke. do NOT pry battery from top (the opposite side of the home button). There are components that can be damaged.

2. my replacement batterysaid “first drain old battery to 20% ”., to reduce risk of fire/explosion. If thats right, it should be up front in video.

3. When prepping the new battery adhesive, (probably my error, but easy to do) a little bit of the adhesive remained on the top of the battery (the part facing the display"). The display back has a thin film material, which got stuck to the exposed adhesive. When I took the cover back off to reseat it, this film tore due to being stuck to adhesive.

4. The video says reverse the steps for replacement. Its a bit tricky to align the 3 data cables for reseating. Any tips might be helpful

Probably due to my errors in steps 1 & 3, my iphone no longer powers up, even though I watched the video twice before starting. So be careful !

bill goldberg - Réponse

The procedure is well described with a couple of exceptions:

- the proper steps to use the adhesive kit(for the screen, not the batteries)

- more information about times to charge the replacement batteries.

In my repair, the adhesive kit came without any orientation indications, so after watching a few YT videos, it was managed.

After repair the phone was dead in appearance. In fact the battery was fully depleted and it took several hours to start showing charge.

Etienne - Réponse

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