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Introduction

Suivez les étapes de ce tutoriel pour remplacer l'ensemble du capteur home/Touch ID de votre iPhone 7 Plus y compris le joint et la nappe.

Remarque: Pour des raisons de sécurité, le capteur Touch ID d'origine est associé en usine à votre carte mère, ce qui entraîne la perte des fonctions du capteur d'empreinte digitale lors du remplacement du capteur.

Afin d'éviter de trop forcer ou de déchirer les nappes d'écran, il est préférable de détacher complètement l'écran complet avant de commencer les réparations sur le capteur home/Touch ID. Par contre si vous vous sentez à l'aise, vous pouvez sauter ces étapes et passer directement à la partie sur le capteur home/ Touch ID.

  1. Avant de commencer, déchargez la batterie de votre iPhone au dessous de 25%. Une batterie au lithium peut prendre feu et/ou exploser si elle est accidentellement percée.
    • Avant de commencer, déchargez la batterie de votre iPhone au dessous de 25%. Une batterie au lithium peut prendre feu et/ou exploser si elle est accidentellement percée.

    • Éteignez votre iPhone avant de commencer le démontage.

    • Ouvrir l'iPhone va compromettre son étanchéité. Soyez donc particulièrement attentif à ne plus l'exposer à l'eau après la réparation.

    • Enlevez les deux vis Pentalobe de 3,4 mm sur le bord inférieur de l'iPhone.

    The recommendation of discharging the battery is completely unnecessary. Even a 25% charged battery can explode. Completely ridiculous suggestion.

    pargoff - Réponse

    The risk of thermal runaway on these batteries decreases with the battery's SOC (state of charge). Below 50% charge the risk is fairly low, and at 25% charge the risk of a thermal event is near zero. If I recall correctly, the same suggestion appears in Apple's official (non-public) service manuals for the iPhone.

    Jeff Suovanen -

    @jeffsu Yes, that is correct. Apple does require all certified staff to discharge the battery below 25%. This is an industry standard for all LiION batteries. If you don’t want to do this, just make sure to not puncture the battery and disconnect it first thing.

    Ben Meinhart - Réponse

    Hang on a second here, doesn’t the Ifixit part I ordered come with the seals? The display assembly? It doesn’t. Now I have to wait another week?!

    Vanessa Pinter - Réponse

    How do you turn off if the screen isn’t responding to touch?

    adam - Réponse

    The replacement battery came with the seal—but how do you put it on???

    lkollar - Réponse

  2. Nous recommandons de nettoyer le micro-ondes avant de commencer. D'éventuels restes au fond risquent d'adhérer à votre iOpener. Placez l'iOpener au centre du micro-ondes.
    • Nous recommandons de nettoyer le micro-ondes avant de commencer. D'éventuels restes au fond risquent d'adhérer à votre iOpener.

    • Placez l'iOpener au centre du micro-ondes.

    • Pour les micro-ondes à plateau tournant : assurez-vous que le plateau tourne bien. Si votre iOpener se coince, il risque de surchauffer et de brûler.

    which temperature must be used for heating? Thx

    fbarletta - Réponse

    I found you need to be very patient when using the iOpener. It's worth taking your time, giving the heat time to work on the glue. When I finally got the battery out, there were some strips of glue left behind that I just cleaned off with some isopropanol before installing the new battery.

    By the way, I had to run the iOpener for longer in my microwave for it to get hot enough. When it was too hot to touch, I figured it was hot enough for the batteries.

    Fredrik -

    I didn't find this to be as hard as I had built it up in my mind to be; HOWEVER, saying that I need to say years ago I was the local Nokia service center in my town. But many years ago right after they got rid of analog times. Yeah. A classic installer/repairer mistake when starting something they haven't fixed or installed before is picking up the instructions, flipping through them; maybe even reading a section that is new-then tossing the instructions over the shoulder. "I got this." This usually comes right before something major gets broke. And I can tell you when you try to do it yourself and then mess it up horribly then take it to the repair shop. Well we called that "I can do it myself" syndrome and charged extra to put back together what they brought in in the box. Now knowing all this - I can't stress this enough because I am stupid, stupid, stupid. COVER YOUR SCREEN IN CLEAR BOXING TAPE AND READ ALL THE INSTRUCTION BELOW THROUGH TO THE END BEFORE EVEN ATTEMPTING THIS FIX. Take my advise.

    windizy - Réponse

    I didn't have an iOpener, so I used a wheat type heat bag. If you do this though, make sure you put a layer of plastic between your Mac and the bag, or you'll get condensation in places you don't want it.

    Martin Gray - Réponse

    I started out using the iOpener but switched to my wife's hairdryer. A heat gun or hair dryer proved to be much more convenient and is a time saviour. You can heat more and the glue becomes more fluid make the next steps with the opening picks much easier

    Jan Van Puymbroeck - Réponse

    Use a hair dryer! Watch this vid: https://youtu.be/16GkvjVyOJA It is much easier to do if you heat it from the other side.

    Fletcher Carpenter - Réponse

    I know this is obvious, but backup your iPad with iTunes before you start. I'd also turn off your passcode if you have one.

    Laurie Higgins - Réponse

    Ther first time you heat up the iOpener for this repair when its room temperature I had to heat it up for more than 30 seconds. I remember I had to heat it up for around 45 seconds. However, after that when you need to reheat it again during the repair 30 seconds will be enough.

    Yousef Ghalib - Réponse

    Not everybody has a microwave. You need to state how long and at what temperature in a conventional oven.

    Esmond Pitt - Réponse

    Hi, the microware have multiple power 1 to 9, what must be used ?

    Regards,

    Cedric

    Cedric VINCENT - Réponse

    My microwave just died, can i heat it with boiled water?

    Alex COLOMBANI - Réponse

    Taping as shown is impractical when using hair dryer method—tape simply comes off in the heat and gets in way of getting out the shards on the sides. If the thing wasn’t shattered, then taping unnecessary.

    B. A. Computer Services - Réponse

    I used the wheat bag in a sensor microwave heating up to 65-70 deg C (155 def F).

    ian cheong - Réponse

    Get yourself a cherry pit bean bag the size of your iPad. Heat it, put the iPad on it for 3 to 5 minutes or so, reheat the cherry pit bean bag, again put your iPad on it. Then heat the iOpener and start working. The cherry pit bean bag will have to be reheated several times, but it will soften the adhesive so you have less problems with the iOpener

    Tim Feyaerts - Réponse

  3. Chauffez l'iOpener pendant trente secondes.
    • Chauffez l'iOpener pendant trente secondes.

    • Comme l'iOpener refroidit au cours de la réparation, rechauffez-le à nouveau au micro-ondes, mais ne dépassez pas les trente secondes à chaque fois.

    • Faites attention de ne pas surchauffer l'iOpener pendant la réparation. En cas de surchauffe, l'iOpener risque d'exploser.

    • Ne touchez jamais l'iOpener s'il vous paraît gonflé.

    • Si l'iOpener est encore trop chaud au milieu pour le toucher, continuez de l'utiliser jusqu'à ce qu'il ait assez refroidi pour le chauffer à nouveau. Un iOpener correctement chauffé doit rester chaud pendant 10 minutes environ.

    May I know the temperate limit about heating iOpener? (maximum 150 degrees Celsius?) thx so much.

    yamayhuang - Réponse

    I had to heat mine up for more than 30 seconds. After 30 seconds on high it was only warm. It had to keep trying different times and checking it until it got hot. I think the initial time that I put it in for was over a minute.

    whale13 - Réponse

    DO NOT USE IN NON ROTATING MICROWAVE! It will pop a hole. I had it in for 45 seconds the first time. It wasn't very hot inside and I saw it started to leak on the paper towel I put under it. Just a fair bit of advice. I think I will just stick with the heat gun. Loud but useful.

    Alex Jackson - Réponse

    I don't own a microwave.

    mdanihy - Réponse

    Its again waterproof when you change iphone 7 battery?

    Jon - Réponse

    I don't have a microwave???

    Joe Blow - Réponse

    30 sec at which equivalent watts setting and what temperature does iOpener heats up to for 30 secs. Only just bought it so needs info before using it. Thanks

    Sam Stieg - Réponse

    can i use just ordinary microwave???

    juneseok kwon - Réponse

    If I don't have a microwave then I try to use hot air gun so how many munuts i want to heat ?

    Mohideen Rifay - Réponse

    I heated mine up for 30 seconds, tested, then again for 30 seconds. It felt adequately hot. Leaving it on the left side, per the instruction, for a minute did not loosen the adhesive. I ended up pulling the suction cup hard enough to shadder the old screen. Moral of the story, I don't think it gets hot enough safely to have an affect.

    Travis Dixon - Réponse

    There is a clear problem here with the heating part using the iopener things....no details are given. Whoever is testing them needs to make it clear - What temperature does it need to be? And for which phone models, because they differ in what's needed. It's only £10-15 for a laser guided temp sensor unit, and the designers/repairers should have one of those already for doing these kinds of repairs. Explaining half a repair, is worse than not explaining at all :-(

    assortedrubbish - Réponse

    I used a hot water bottle, works well as it covers the whole screen and stays hot for longer.

    dave - Réponse

    If I may suggest include your microwave wattage so people can get an idea on time for there own

    Patrick Storey - Réponse

    I ended up using a hair dryer. That iOpener thing took forever.

    mark fitzgerald - Réponse

    30 seconds sure isn’t cutting it… 45 didn’t get the screen of my iPad air 2 to budge either… even after resting on the ipad for 4 minutes.

    60 seconds in the microwave, the iOpener burst.

    I’ll get a new one and try once more with heating it 45 seconds and repeat that for 30 minutes like others have said here. If that doesn’t work it’ll have to be the heat gun.

    K

    Karl Marble - Réponse

    I can’t recommend the microwave. If the the iOpener becomes too hot, it bursts. Better put the opener in cooking water. Dry it and use it. Instead of an iOpener you can use hot/cool packs as well.

    Bernhard Keim - Réponse

    Trust the directions! I forgot and left it in the Microwave too long and after 1 minute I had Mt Vesuvius - the iOpener burst and spewed the goodies out. The problem is, the Digitizer can be damaged by a hot air gun, so I had to tough out and remove the glue the hard way. I made it … with lots of patience! Tough lesson.

    Larry Bennett - Réponse

    I also used a hairdryer. I used it on the low setting and I cut a piece of carboard to protect the rest of the screen. The iFixit tool and method is vert tedious and very time consuming in comparison. With the hairdryer method you can literally have the display apart in a few minutes. Using your other hand nearby the area you are heating it should be very hot but not enough to burn your hand. You only have to heat metal part of case near glass edge. If you have a cellular model then you need to be very careful because the black antenna area is plastic. So less heat and work your way up in adding heat just enough to separate around the area but not so much you melt the plastic!

    Fixrights - Réponse

  4. Sortez l'iOpener du micro-ondes en le tenant par l'une des deux extrémités plates pour éviter le milieu qui est très chaud.
    • Sortez l'iOpener du micro-ondes en le tenant par l'une des deux extrémités plates pour éviter le milieu qui est très chaud.

    • L'iOpener sera très chaud, alors soyez prudent en le manipulant. Utilisez un gant de cuisine si nécessaire.

    Will a hair dryer work for heating the glass?

    Me berg - Réponse

    Can you use an oven instead?

    Rafael -

    Yes, as does a heat gun.

    anonymous 4602 - Réponse

    I did this repair. I used a hair dryer, I think it works better: gets very hot fast.

    Cobus de Beer - Réponse

  5. Chauffer la partie basse de l'iPhone aide à ramollir la colle qui maintient l'écran. Il sera alors plus facile d'ouvrir celui-ci.
    • Chauffer la partie basse de l'iPhone aide à ramollir la colle qui maintient l'écran. Il sera alors plus facile d'ouvrir celui-ci.

    • Utilisez un sèche-cheveux ou préparez un iOpener, que vous posez sur la partie inférieure de l'iPhone pendant environ une minute afin de ramollir la couche d'adhésif en dessous.

    How long should I use a hairdryer for?

    Warren Binder - Réponse

    I used it until it was hot to the touch but not too hot where you burn yourself.

    gczarny -

    Hey, I just took apart my first iPhone 7 plus today, and it was easier for me to use guitar picks and a magic glass tool. I did tear the home flex on the screen—now I know to be more careful of that on disassembly—-~Katrina of iPad Rehab Microsoldering

    jessabethany - Réponse

  6. Posez une ventouse sur la partie basse de l'écran, juste au-dessus du bouton home. Assurez-vous de ne pas poser la ventouse sur le bouton home, car cela empêcherait le joint entre la ventouse et la vitre d'adhérer de façon étanche.
    • Posez une ventouse sur la partie basse de l'écran, juste au-dessus du bouton home.

    • Assurez-vous de ne pas poser la ventouse sur le bouton home, car cela empêcherait le joint entre la ventouse et la vitre d'adhérer de façon étanche.

  7. Tirez sur la ventouse de façon ferme et constante pour créer un petit espace entre le panneau avant et la coque arrière. Insérez l'extrémité plate d'une spatule (spudger) dans l'espace créé. L'adhésif étanche maintenant l'écran en place est très résistant, et créer ce premier espace demande de la force. Si vous avez des difficultés pour ouvrir un interstice, bougez l'écran de bas en haut pour décoller l'adhésif jusqu'à ce que vous puissiez y insérer une spatule (spudger).
    • Tirez sur la ventouse de façon ferme et constante pour créer un petit espace entre le panneau avant et la coque arrière.

    • Insérez l'extrémité plate d'une spatule (spudger) dans l'espace créé.

    • L'adhésif étanche maintenant l'écran en place est très résistant, et créer ce premier espace demande de la force. Si vous avez des difficultés pour ouvrir un interstice, bougez l'écran de bas en haut pour décoller l'adhésif jusqu'à ce que vous puissiez y insérer une spatule (spudger).

    • Pendant que vous tirez sur la ventouse, bougez la spatule (spudger) pour agrandir l'espace entre l'écran et le boîtier arrière.

  8. Insérez l'extrémité plate d'une spatule (spudger) au bord inférieur gauche de l'iPhone entre le panneau frontal et le boîtier arrière. Faites glisser la spatule le long du côté gauche en commençant par le bord inférieur et en travaillant vers les boutons de contrôle du volume et le commutateur du silencieux, pour défaire l'adhésif qui maintient l'écran. N'essayez pas d'enlever le bord supérieur de l'écran du boîtier arrière, car il est maintenu par des clips en plastique qui risquent de casser.
    • Insérez l'extrémité plate d'une spatule (spudger) au bord inférieur gauche de l'iPhone entre le panneau frontal et le boîtier arrière.

    • Faites glisser la spatule le long du côté gauche en commençant par le bord inférieur et en travaillant vers les boutons de contrôle du volume et le commutateur du silencieux, pour défaire l'adhésif qui maintient l'écran.

    • N'essayez pas d'enlever le bord supérieur de l'écran du boîtier arrière, car il est maintenu par des clips en plastique qui risquent de casser.

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  9. Retirez la spatule (spudger) du côté gauche du téléphone, et insérez l'extrémité plate au coin inférieur droit. Faites glisser la spatule le long du bord droit du téléphone tout en défaisant l'adhésif qui maintient l'écran.
    • Retirez la spatule (spudger) du côté gauche du téléphone, et insérez l'extrémité plate au coin inférieur droit.

    • Faites glisser la spatule le long du bord droit du téléphone tout en défaisant l'adhésif qui maintient l'écran.

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  11. Tirez sur la ventouse pour soulever l'écran et ouvrir l'iPhone. Evitez de soulever l'écran à plus de 10°, il y a des nappes délicates le long du bord droit de l'appareil reliant l'écran à la carte mère.
    • Tirez sur la ventouse pour soulever l'écran et ouvrir l'iPhone.

    • Evitez de soulever l'écran à plus de 10°, il y a des nappes délicates le long du bord droit de l'appareil reliant l'écran à la carte mère.

  12. Tirez sur la petite bosse de la ventouse afin de la séparer du panneau frontal. Tirez sur la petite bosse de la ventouse afin de la séparer du panneau frontal.
    • Tirez sur la petite bosse de la ventouse afin de la séparer du panneau frontal.

  13. Faites glisser un médiator sous l'écran le long du bord supérieur du téléphone pour décoller l'adhésif restant. Faites glisser un médiator sous l'écran le long du bord supérieur du téléphone pour décoller l'adhésif restant.
    • Faites glisser un médiator sous l'écran le long du bord supérieur du téléphone pour décoller l'adhésif restant.

  14. Éloignez légèrement l'écran complet du bord supérieur du téléphone pour ouvrir les clips le maintenant à la coque arrière. Ouvrez l'iPhone en faisant pivoter l'écran vers le haut en partant du côté gauche, comme s'il s'agissait de la couverture d'un livre. N'essayez pas encore de séparer l'écran complètement, car plusieurs nappes fragiles le relient toujours à la carte mère de l'iPhone.
    • Éloignez légèrement l'écran complet du bord supérieur du téléphone pour ouvrir les clips le maintenant à la coque arrière.

    • Ouvrez l'iPhone en faisant pivoter l'écran vers le haut en partant du côté gauche, comme s'il s'agissait de la couverture d'un livre.

    • N'essayez pas encore de séparer l'écran complètement, car plusieurs nappes fragiles le relient toujours à la carte mère de l'iPhone.

  15. Retirez les quatre vis tri-point Y000 suivantes fixant le cache de la nappe d'écran inférieur à la carte mère :
    • Retirez les quatre vis tri-point Y000 suivantes fixant le cache de la nappe d'écran inférieur à la carte mère :

    • Trois vis de 1,2 mm

    • Une vis de 2,6 mm

    Is it really safe to lay the device fully open like a book? The cable leading to the LCD gets stretched across the sharp edge of the aluminum edge of the back cover.

    u204863 - Réponse

    Generally I'd say no, it's not safe. In reality I've seen a bit of variance in the cable length, and sometimes it'll be fine—but mostly I'd be prepared to prop the display up or hold it in place at a slight angle so it doesn't put too much stress on the cables. On prior iPhones it was easy to rubberband the display to a box or a can of soda, and something like that would probably work well here too. Use your own judgment.

    Jeff Suovanen -

    The tri wing screws are so hard to remove. What's the trick?

    shannon caldwell - Réponse

    At first I think I was being too careful and was getting no where. I got better results by pressing down on the screwdriver with more pressure while turning and those little screws came right out.

    LadyTech - Réponse

    I cannot remove one of the corner screws in this step and i have used the tweezers and the y000 tri tip and i am afraid that it is stripping it. is there a work around for this step?

    Katherine Monday - Réponse

    @katmonday1 No workaround unfortunately. Make sure the driver tip is in good condition and fits the screw correctly. Seat it in the screw, hold the driver perfectly vertical, press down hard (and maintain it), and turn. It’ll come out. If it’s really stripped you’ll have to get more aggressive—try one or more of the techniques in this guide or get some help. Good luck!

    Jeff Suovanen -

  16. Retirez le cache de la nappe d'écran inférieur. Retirez le cache de la nappe d'écran inférieur.
    • Retirez le cache de la nappe d'écran inférieur.

    I am confused, please help. LOL the bracket, the very first one being removed. I see it has three screws the same size and one a different size? I've been trying to fix my daughter's phone and ordered a 0.6 mm Tri Wing screwdriver for iPhone 7 plus /Apple watch. It seems to fit the screws and it seems to be turning them although I can't see that well but they're not coming out. However when I used it on a smaller bracket with two screws they came right out so I'm thinking I don't have the right screwdriver I am at my Wit's End!! I have been working on this phone or attempting to for a while now. I cannot find a list anywhere of the exact size screwdrivers needed to Take apart an iPhone 7 plus. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    chris west - Réponse

    If your tri-wing screwdriver worked for other tri-point screws in the phone, then it should work for the screws you are struggling with! If it feels like the screws are spinning but not coming out, try to use tweezers to pull them out. I often struggle with tri-point screws, and need to apply some downward pressure to remove them. This can be risky though, as you do not want to strip the screw or damage components underneath the bracket. If you continue to struggle, you can give this driver and this bit a try.

    Scott Havard - Réponse

    Also be aware that the battery connector might stick to the bottom of the steel bracket. This part had me a bit puzzled at first. lol

    Just gently pry the connector off the steel bracket to release it and be sure the connector isn’t allowed to accidentally reconnect to the board.

    jeffrey griffith - Réponse

    I had to use a fingernail to dislodge the bracket. As Jeffrey said, it was apparently stuck to the connector.

    lkollar - Réponse

  17. Utilisez la pointe d'une spatule (spudger) pour soulever le connecteur de la batterie de sa prise sur la carte mère. Pliez légèrement la nappe du connecteur vers le haut pour éviter un contact avec la prise ce qui risquerait d'alimenter le téléphone. Pliez légèrement la nappe du connecteur vers le haut pour éviter un contact avec la prise ce qui risquerait d'alimenter le téléphone.
    • Utilisez la pointe d'une spatule (spudger) pour soulever le connecteur de la batterie de sa prise sur la carte mère.

    • Pliez légèrement la nappe du connecteur vers le haut pour éviter un contact avec la prise ce qui risquerait d'alimenter le téléphone.

  18. A l'aide de l'extrémité plate d'un spudger (spatule) ou d'un ongle, faites levier sur les deux connecteurs d'écran inférieurs afin de les déconnecter de leurs prises sur la carte mère. Pour remettre des connecteurs à pression, appuyez sur un côté jusqu'à ce qu'il se mette en place avec un clic, puis répétez la même chose de l'autre côté. N'appuyez pas sur le milieu. Si le connecteur est ne serait-ce qu'un peu mal aligné, il risque de se tordre et causer des dommages permanents. Pour remettre des connecteurs à pression, appuyez sur un côté jusqu'à ce qu'il se mette en place avec un clic, puis répétez la même chose de l'autre côté. N'appuyez pas sur le milieu. Si le connecteur est ne serait-ce qu'un peu mal aligné, il risque de se tordre et causer des dommages permanents.
    • A l'aide de l'extrémité plate d'un spudger (spatule) ou d'un ongle, faites levier sur les deux connecteurs d'écran inférieurs afin de les déconnecter de leurs prises sur la carte mère.

    • Pour remettre des connecteurs à pression, appuyez sur un côté jusqu'à ce qu'il se mette en place avec un clic, puis répétez la même chose de l'autre côté. N'appuyez pas sur le milieu. Si le connecteur est ne serait-ce qu'un peu mal aligné, il risque de se tordre et causer des dommages permanents.

    The note about the danger of pressing on the connector incorrectly is very legitimate. Though I find it more practical to use a wide (1.5 cm) case opener tool to press it down all at once. Minimizes risk of bending the connector.

    Talon - Réponse

    What can happen if the battery is not disconnected before the two lower display connectors?

    Alextay - Réponse

    Hello, by my expierence and what i have learned iphone repair videos you can ‘blow up’ capacitors which one in logic board, screen is sensetive with voltages and etc….

    Darius Varanavičius -

  19. Retirez les trois vis tri-point Y000 fixant le support au dessus du connecteur de l'ensemble capteur du panneau frontal: Une vis de 1,3 mm Deux vis de 1,0 mm
    • Retirez les trois vis tri-point Y000 fixant le support au dessus du connecteur de l'ensemble capteur du panneau frontal:

    • Une vis de 1,3 mm

    • Deux vis de 1,0 mm

    • Retirez le support.

    Posted a comment above on the first step. The screwdriver that I ordered Works taking out these two screens shown in the picture. However it does not work on the first bracket that needs to be removed. It seems that all screw sizes are somewhat different but I'm not finding a list showing different screwdriver sizes needed. Does this make sense? Could anybody please give me some advice on this thank you much.

    chris west - Réponse

    I know your comment was posted a long time ago but just in case someone else has the same problem, the only difference in the screws are the lengths. The ends are the same.

    mcr4u2 - Réponse

    What happens if you break “tear in half” the black tape stuff?

    assweeetasyou - Réponse

    Unfortunately if you tear the black cable you will need to replace it !!!

    Wayne Lyell -

    Chris West the screwdriver that probably came with the kit was pentalobe to get the first two screws out to open the case. you need a .6mm Y tip driver for internal. its deceptively Phillips looking but is not it only has three blades in a Y, not 4 in a +

    Jeremiah Kjensmo - Réponse

  20. Déconnectez le connecteur de l'ensemble capteur du panneau frontal de sa prise sur la carte mère. Ce connecteur à pression doit également être remis un côté à la fois, pour réduire le risque de le tordre.
    • Déconnectez le connecteur de l'ensemble capteur du panneau frontal de sa prise sur la carte mère.

    • Ce connecteur à pression doit également être remis un côté à la fois, pour réduire le risque de le tordre.

    Make sure that the orientation of the cable when you attach is correct! See the picture for the correct orientation. If it gets installed 180 degrees out(i.e., the ribbon goes up instead of down, then the earphone, front camera, and Home button will be inoperative. Ask me how I know!?! Worked great when installed correctly!

    Kevin Reilly - Réponse

  21. Retirez l'écran complet.
  22. Retirez les quatre vis Y000 maintenant la fixation sur le capteur home/Touch ID :
    • Retirez les quatre vis Y000 maintenant la fixation sur le capteur home/Touch ID :

    • Une vis de 1,1 mm

    • Trois vis de 1,3 mm

    Why is the screw over top of the home button so difficult to get out… has anyone else experienced this..? This is twice now I've struggled to get that screw

    Brandon - Réponse

    The screw to the left holding the heatshield is never mentioned in this guide

    Beerbo - Réponse

    No reason to touch that screw unless you’re removing the shield—in which case, this step instructs you to remove it.

    Jeff Suovanen -

    So I stripped the screw furthest to the left, how can i possibly remove it now? Can I just buy a new LCD shield and home bracket button and screw and will that work just fine on the new screen replacement? this stripped screw of mine is not coming out

    Bryan Ferrer - Réponse

    That should work, as long as you can still get the home button/sensor out without damage. For removing a stripped screw this size, I’d probably try supergluing it to the driver—or else just drill the top of the screw off and then remove the bracket, leaving the screw shaft embedded in the old display. Good luck!

    Jeff Suovanen -

    I used the same driver for all of these screws. Had to apply a lot of pressure before trying to unscrew it and it was fine.

    jessica harlow - Réponse

    This is wrong, the size you need is Y00 for the 1.1mm screws and Y000 for the 1.3mm one.

    Robert Clark - Réponse

    The heads on those screws are identical. I’ve never had any trouble using a Y000 for all of them. Use whatever works for you I guess.

    Jeff Suovanen -

    I’ve managed to strip the screw on the right hand side - not the far right, just right of the home button. Any ideas on how to get it out without glue (I don’t have any)

    Christie Ellen - Réponse

    My screwdriver is too big to get out the screws

    Coolinee Kerman - Réponse

    My eyesight isn’t what it used to be. That said, the replacement screen that arrived already had screws in the two outside positions. It took me a minute to figure this out when I was trying to install the home button. I couldn’t figure out why the screws weren’t going in. I thought the holes were filled or something… Nope. screws. Took them out and used them.. all good.

    Critter - Réponse

    My 7 had quite a bit of loctite holding these bad boys on. I stripped the one to the right of the home button and after using many “sentence enhancers” I was able to remove it using good tweezers and quite a bit of hand strength. I think that heating up the screws here is not an option because the cables lie underneath the plate and would probably get damaged from the amount of heat needed to loosen the loctite. Be patient here, and maybe have spare Y000 drivers because you may damage your driver getting these screws out.

    P Park - Réponse

    If your having trouble. I recommend you guys to buy the Y00o driver at amazon. It look golden. It works very will .

    Jonathan curz - Réponse

    Read instead of: “Remove the four Y000 screws”. “Remove the four Philips 00 screws”. Thats the case what occurs to me.

    Henk - Réponse

    Hi all, I’m really hoping someone will be able to give me a hand here, so the 1.1mm screw on top of the home button is stripped, and absolutely refuses to get out. I have tried the superglue technique mentioned and am worried it may have even glued the screw to the bracket. The only solution I can think of is to bend the home button bracket on either side of the middle screw, and use the bracket itself to remove the screw from the home button. I have ordered a new home button bracket either way, does anybody have any other ideas? Should I even attempt what I am proposing?

    Thanks in Advance.

    llamalulu42 - Réponse

  23. Retirez la fixation maintenant le capteur home/Touch ID en place.
    • Retirez la fixation maintenant le capteur home/Touch ID en place.

  24. Déconnectez la nappe du capteur home/Touch ID en faisant délicatement levier sur son connecteur à pression. Déconnectez la nappe du capteur home/Touch ID en faisant délicatement levier sur son connecteur à pression.
    • Déconnectez la nappe du capteur home/Touch ID en faisant délicatement levier sur son connecteur à pression.

    Well, I just damaged the home button connector in step 31. It is completely off the cable. What now? Can I buy this home button?

    LadyTech - Réponse

    I think you can not do it because your phone is not identify for new cable.

    Ali Alsaed - Réponse

    Best thing to do here is to NOT pry up on the connector, but to insert the pry tool on the left side until the connector is dislodged.

    Oscar Moreno - Réponse

    Good tip. Worked perfectly. Thx.

    Klaus M -

    That worked perfectly, thank you!

    Emily Kretschmer -

    use one pry tool to hold down, another to pull up.

    Christa - Réponse

    I did it. :-( i broke it

    Peter Keller - Réponse

    Anyone having difficulty reconnecting the two ? I’ve been trying for ages with no luck.

    Patrick McKenna - Réponse

    Same problem here - can reconnect them once the new LCD is being installed. Not sure what the trick is.

    edcraigslistaccount -

    my Homebutton don´t work after I reconnect all, I checked all flex cables but it still dont work. what can I do?

    Dr. Dieter - Réponse

    so, i’m working on an iPhone 7. I was very careful not to break anything, I even bought an iOpener heat pack and applied it, and everything went off without a hitch, but when I tested the button, It does not work, would it help to reconnect it or something?

    Thanks a lot!

    Peter Keller - Réponse

    iPhone 7 home “buttons” can be really fussy. You’ll find some good troubleshooting tips here and here. Hope this helps!

    Jeff Suovanen -

    Broke my cable. The picture is not clear but you have to separate the thin silver end of cable from what looks like a black piece of rubber. I pulled up on it from under the black rubber like the picture shows and broke mine.

    bart.hutchings - Réponse

  25. Faites délicatement levier sur la partie inférieure restante du connecteur à pression, elle est légèrement collée à la nappe du capteur home/Touch ID en dessous.
    • Faites délicatement levier sur la partie inférieure restante du connecteur à pression, elle est légèrement collée à la nappe du capteur home/Touch ID en dessous.

    • N'essayez pas de détacher complètement le connecteur à pression, séparez-le simplement de l'adhésif qui le maintient en place.

    Make sure that you fold this cable out when fitting your replacement before you fasten the shield back down. I didn’t but managed to loosen 2 screws on the shield to get the cable out.

    chris_sawyer - Réponse

    If you have isopropyl alcohol on hand. You can use it to help weaken the adhesive temporarily when lifting up the adhered home button.

    Ben - Réponse

  26. Retournez l'écran complet et posez un iOpener chauffé sur la partie où se situe le capteur home/Touch ID pendant environ 90 secondes.
    • Retournez l'écran complet et posez un iOpener chauffé sur la partie où se situe le capteur home/Touch ID pendant environ 90 secondes.

    • Ceci permettra de ramollir l'adhésif qui maintient la nappe délicate du capteur.

  27. A l'aide d'un médiator, coupez soigneusement  l'adhésif qui maintient la nappe du capteur home/Touch ID sur le dos du panneau d'écran. A l'aide d'un médiator, coupez soigneusement  l'adhésif qui maintient la nappe du capteur home/Touch ID sur le dos du panneau d'écran. A l'aide d'un médiator, coupez soigneusement  l'adhésif qui maintient la nappe du capteur home/Touch ID sur le dos du panneau d'écran.
    • A l'aide d'un médiator, coupez soigneusement l'adhésif qui maintient la nappe du capteur home/Touch ID sur le dos du panneau d'écran.

    It cannot be stressed enough that this is the one part of this repair that you can’t screw up. Anything else you’ll deal with during this repair can be easily replaced (The screen, and the sensor/microphone/camera assembly). Tearing this cable means an expensive trip to the apple store. or a very unhappy customer if you’re doing this for someone. Heat is your friend. I don’t even use a spudger or a guitar pick for this one, I use a new playing card to pull this up. Even with the card, you have to be careful. The edge of the playing card can nick the cable if you’re not careful to get it under the ribbon cable. If the adhesive isn’t soft enough for the card to get it up, apply more heat. Again, you can’t screw this step up. It’s all or nothing.

    Spartan99 - Réponse

    Well, no visible damage but the home button won’t work. I contacted a local Apple Authorized Service Center to check options. Since I had personally replaced the screen assembly, they wouldn’t even look at it per Apple policy. They said they would jeopardize their Apple Authorization if they even looked at it. Seems like more of the “Right to Repair” problem to me. Frustrated, but at least I have the accesibility home button working.

    bandman - Réponse

    Make sure the home button screws aren’t overtightened; that often causes issues. If there’s any damage to the button cable, a repair shop with a skilled microsolderer can patch a new cable on and restore functionality. iPhone 7 home button not working after screen replacement? Worst case scenario, you can also buy a screen repair from Apple, and they’ll include a new home button. I am not a lawyer, but the response you’re describing from the AASP sounds way out of bounds. Good luck!

    Jeff Suovanen -

    Just keep in mind that this is a very delicate step that requires a lot of patience. the part is attached to the body of the phone so firmly and there is no gap to put the opening pick under. So the way I did it was applying a good amount of heat onto the part and not from behind. I did it constantly for 5 minutes, a few minutes at a time, then I pulled the connected up slightly (a little too much pressure on the pull and you will break the wire). Pull it constantly and If the heat has been enough to melt the adhesive, it should come off easily and slowly.

    ashkan eslami fard - Réponse

    Hi, a little thing to help : i heatened up and then insert a cutter blade to start. Work better

    Crasset Renaud - Réponse

  28. Retirez l'ensemble capteur home/Touch ID.
    • Retirez l'ensemble capteur home/Touch ID.

    True to this picture, the home button can only be removed (and put back in place) through the front of the LCD assembly.

    Talon - Réponse

    Very good comment Talon. That was the first thing I was looking for here. There should be a bullet point in step 24 - Carefully remove home button from front of display being careful not to damage cable.

    Tracey - Réponse

    Had an issue when putting the screen back on, the side where the cables attach would not sit flush. At first I thought the cables were pushing the screen up. Turned out to be the battery cable shield was just a fraction too far down toward home button. After loosening screws, nudging it up slightly and screwing back in, the screen sat flush as it should. In case anyone else has same issue.

    jbarry - Réponse

    Is there anything special about reassembling the "home" button ?

    I tried several times with several buttons but none works.

    Lambiel - Réponse

    must use original button

    Christa -

    My phone is no more turning on after I replace the screen, no reaction if I press home button or power button

    cheryl.iseli - Réponse

    Why doesn’t this tutorial also cover the earpiece assembly?

    James - Réponse

    This guide is missing the camera transfer and the stupid little black sticker on the earpiece assembly that causes the earpiece not to work if that sticker is not transferred. This guide is wholly incomplete

    Mason Schild - Réponse

    James and @computermason—You’ll want to look up the correct guide for your repair, especially if you’re not using one of the kits for which this guide is designed. The guide for transferring all the smaller components is here.

    Jeff Suovanen - Réponse

    No home button functionality? I just watched a video on YouTube from two years ago saying that the iPhone 7 and 7+ have to be taken to an Apple repair center for the home button to work. Is this still the case? If so why didn’t you tell me this before I ordered this! Please confirm before I start warning everyone not to purchase from you!

    Gregory Haycock - Réponse

    @ghaycock If you’re replacing a screen, the home button will work fine as long as you carefully remove it from the old screen and transfer it to the new one, exactly as explained in the guide. The button itself can’t be replaced without help from Apple (which is why iFixit doesn’t sell home buttons for this model).

    Jeff Suovanen -

    One thing I don’t see mentioned is the replacement of the rubber gaskets that are on the pentalobe holes. The replacement screen did not come with these on it. I was able to remove them from the OEM screen, but there was no easy way to get them to adhere to the new screen. If they move just a little, you might not be able to properly thread the pentalobe screws. Worst case is that they fall into the body of the phone during this last step of re-assembly. At that point, you’ve already started to have the screen stuck to the adhesive, so you would need to redo the entire adhesive gasket.

    You can see the gaskets in this picture: https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/ig...

    Here they are near the new screen: https://drive.google.com/open?id=14FwpSB...

    Andre LeBlanc - Réponse

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You cannot change home button . Apple iPhone will detect a change and will inform you service is required. Good instructions but don't bother

Tee Bile - Réponse

Correct, and that is also stated in the introduction. This guide is primarily for folks who need to transfer the home button onto a new/replacement display.

Jeff Suovanen -

help 04.05 /2017 please install new softweiphon 7

Георги Газиев - Réponse

Correct, and that is also stated in the introduction. This guide is primarily for folks who need to transfer the home button onto a new/replacement display. So Jeff if I'm transferring button to a new display will I retain Touch ID functionality? Or would it be lost? My screen is cracked and I want to replace it. Thanks.

Victor Rodriguez - Réponse

Yes, if you carefully move your original home button to your new display, it should be good as new, Touch ID and all.

Jeff Suovanen -

Can the home button not be removed through the back? Does it only come through the front?

Talon - Réponse

I have just try. You are right. It doesn’t work...

Antxoka - Réponse

That's good

But when my Home/Touch ID damage or broken is the new one will be work??

Maria - Réponse

You can replace the home button but your touch ID wont work anymore. Apple has it coded with your logic board. once you remove it yes, the home button will work well but you can't use the touch ID.

Rachelle - Réponse

That is still true for older models. For the 7 and 7 Plus however, since it's just a sensor with no physical button, there seems to be no use replacing it without help from Apple.

Jeff Suovanen -

Hello,

The home button was cracked with keys in my pocket when it cracked the home button is started to heat when screen is turned off , when i use with display turned on the home button we not heat, Am wondering what could be wrong,

Any suggestion is appreciated

Does home button will work? after replacing with after-market home button, i just want know any one tried it?

i know touch id will not work.

Recently i have replaced the home button with after market, the phone will not boot up, just flashing with apple logo.

after replacing original it worked for me.

kishore.k kishore.k - Réponse

So if I replace my home button on my 7 plus it will work correctly but just not have the Touch ID function? I can turn off the assist and use the new home button?

Toni - Réponse

@jtgonza—unfortunately, no. That was true on prior iPhones that used a physical button, but the solid-state “button” on the 7 will deactivate completely if you remove the original part. If yours needs service or replacing, as far as I know, the only way to do it is directly through Apple. They will probably charge you for a full display replacement, as I believe their buttons come pre-installed.

Jeff Suovanen -

home screen by itself the estimate is $ 169 but “other” damage is estimated at $ 349 (US dollars)

Erwin Tieng - Réponse

@jeffsu , replacing a button outside Apple will allow me to use the iphone with the assist or not at all?

Dorian Gray - Réponse

@griiiim You can always use Assistive Touch (virtual/on-screen home button). The physical sensor/button won’t do anything however.

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