Introduction

Utilisez ce guide pour remplacer le bouton home cassé.

  1. Eteignez votre iPhone avant toute réparation.
    • Eteignez votre iPhone avant toute réparation.

    • Sur le boîtier arrière de votre iPhone, vous trouverez deux vis cruciformes #000 ou des vis "Pentalobe" 5 points Apple. Vérifiez de quelles vis il s'agit et prévoyez un tournevis adapté pour les enlever.

    • Retirez les deux vis de 3,6 mm Pentalobe ou cruciformes #000 près du connecteur de dock.

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

    • Evitez d'utiliser le tournevis 5 points plus d'une fois, car il risque d'endommager les vis.

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  2. Poussez la vitre arrière vers le haut de l'iPhone.
    • Poussez la vitre arrière vers le haut de l'iPhone.

    • La vitre bougera d'environ 2 mm.

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    • Attrapez la vitre arrière entre vos doigts et dégagez-la de l'iPhone. Vous pouvez également utiliser une petite ventouse.

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

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    • Enlevez l'unique vis cruciforme de 1,5 mm qui attache le connecteur de la batterie à la carte mère (s'il y en a une).

    you do not need to take the battery out as chuck said so you dont run the risk of braking the battery connector socket from the logic board

    22therealala - Réponse

    Won't you need the battery removed to access the large-headed screws on the side which hold the front display?

    Casey Baierl -

    In my situation, the #00 screwdriver had a hard time trying to get the screws off. Using a glasses screwdriver kit may be a better alternative if the screws are resistant to the #00 screwdriver.

    tjaeger - Réponse

    Unfortunately the battery screw was already stripped probably from original assembly. We used a pair of nail clippers as pliers to grab a hold of the screw by the edges to turn it. If it hadn't have been for the stripped screw it would have taken us about 10 minutes, as it was it took us 30-40 minutes if you count searching for solutions for removing the stripped screw.

    Margaret Burruss - Réponse

    • A l'aide d'un outil en plastique, faites délicatement levier pour soulever le connecteur de la batterie hors de son emplacement sur la carte mère.

    • Veillez à ne faire levier que sur le connecteur de la batterie même et non pas sur sa prise sur la carte mère. Sinon vous risquez de la casser complètement.

    • Retirez le cache métallique qui couvre le connecteur de l'antenne.

    I don't see the metal clip covering the antenna connector, in the photo or in my phone. Hope this isn't a deal breaker.

    Gary Tash - Réponse

    I don't see it either. I think the metal clip is on the model A1332. The GSM model.

    mcr4u2 - Réponse

    • Tirez sur la languette en plastique transparent pour décoller la batterie de l'adhésif qui l'attache à l'iPhone.

    • Si la languette se brise avant que la batterie ne soit dégagée, utilisez une spatule en plastique (spudger) pour décoller l'adhésif. Faites-la passer sous la batterie sans endommager celle-ci.

    • Retirez la batterie.

    • Effectuez une réinitialisation matérielle (Hard Reset) après le remontage. Cela peut résoudre des problèmes.

    Note that the pull tab is not actually attached to the battery. It is attached to the iPhone chassis, and is only used to separate the battery from the adhesive. (Don't expect it to come out with the battery!)

    Also, the adhesive is VERY strong. I had to use my plastic opening tool to assist in prying the battery loose. This is probably the most nerve-wracking part of the job.

    Matt Strange - Réponse

    It is much easier to slightly WARM the battery with a HAIRDRYER not a HEAT GUN to soften the adhesive. DO NOT GET BATTERY HOT AND DO NOT USE HEAT GUN

    Joe -

    I just did this today. Everything was as scripted. Mine had lots of adhesive and had to use plastic spudger to go around battery to loosen up. Do not use plastic tab until you can see under battery a little bit. Great instructions. Took less than 10 minutes.

    kamullins4135 -

    The adhesive is very strong and I was initially worried about damaging the phone by prying so much. There are a couple of places below the volume switch where you can pry between the metal of the case and the battery. If you lift the battery just a little, wiggle the pry bar further in and then start moving down the case. Don't worry about bending the battery, its dead anyway.

    Do not pry on the left side (circuit board side) and do not use the pull tab until the adhesive is broken loose.

    martin474 - Réponse

    I tried this at first with a plastic pry tool, and the adhesive was so strong that I broke the tool. I then used a large screwdriver and applied pressure very slowly along various places on the outer side of the battery. That eventually did the trick.

    alsmith1928 - Réponse

    • Retirez les deux vis cruciformes de 1,8 mm qui maintiennent la nappe du connecteur de dock à la carte mère.

    • Retirez le cache métallique fin du connecteur de dock.

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    • A l'aide d'un outil en plastique, faites levier sur la nappe du dock pour la soulever de son emplacement sur la carte mère.

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    • Décollez la nappe du connecteur de dock de l'adhésif qui l'attache à la carte mère et au côté de l'emplacement du haut-parleur.

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    • Retirez la vis cruciforme de 1,6 mm qui maintient le contact de pression à la carte mère près du vibreur.

    • Retirez le contact de pression.

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    • A l'aide d'un outil en plastique, faites levier sur la nappe de l'antenne cellulaire pour la soulever de son emplacement sur la carte mère.

    • Dégagez la nappe de l'antenne cellulaire d'en dessous des pointes métalliques attachées à la carte mère.

    • Lorsque vous reconnectez le fil de l'antenne, faites très attention à ce que le connecteur rond au bout du fil soit bien centré par rapport à son autre moitié sur la carte mère avant d'exercer une pression. Autrement vous risquez fortement de détruire les deux moitiés du connecteur.

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    • Retirez les cinq vis suivantes:

      • Trois vis cruciformes de 1,3 mm

      • Une vis cruciforme de 1,5 mm

      • Une vis cruciforme de 2,4 mm

    Careful here...On my phone, the little mounting screw boss (the part the screw threads into) of the top red-circled screw came unglued/welded from the underlying board, meaning the screw will no longer be able to be screwed back in.

    usnmustanger - Réponse

    The three 1.3 mm screws are very difficult to distinguish from the 1.5 mm screw. I spent a long time with a magnifying glass trying to tell them apart. For the other steps of the repair, I kept the screws in a tray compartment along with the piece that they connected, but for this step I recommend keeping each of the different types of screws separate.

    alsmith1928 - Réponse

    One of the 1.3 screws stripped on the head. Any idea how to remove it? I got the other screws out.

    kayers - Réponse

    • Soulevez le cache de la nappe par le côté le plus près du haut de l'iPhone.

    • Retirez les attaches du cache de la nappe de leurs fentes coupées dans la plaque EMI sur la carte mère et enlevez-le de l'iPhone.

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    • A l'aide d'un outil en plastique, faites levier pour soulever le connecteur de la caméra arrière de son emplacement sur la carte mère.

    • Pendant que vous faites levier, veillez à ne pas endommager d'autres composants sur la carte mère.

    • Retirez la caméra arrière de l'iPhone.

    • Veillez à ne pas rayer le dos de l'écran après avoir enlevé la caméra arrière.

    Better to delay removing the camera and its cable until the Display and Digitizer cables are removed as there is an arm on the right side of the camera that slips under the other cables.

    ed50buffalo - Réponse

    I agree with ed -- move the camera removal step until after Step 16, after the digitizer and display cables have been removed, as there is a tab/arm on the camera's cable that should go under these two cables during reassembly.

    Chris Kovach -

    I found it quite easy to remove the camera at this step. Just simply move the camera up and slip it to the left in order for the arm/tab to come out.

    Kent - Réponse

    When putting the camera back in, make sure the tab on the right goes under the display and digitizer cables.

    Calion - Réponse

    • Déconnectez les cinq nappes près du haut de la carte mère dans l'ordre suivant:

      • Nappe de la prise casque/du bouton de volume

      • Nappe du bouton marche/arrêt

      • Nappe de la caméra avant

      • Nappe du tactile

      • Nappe d'écran

    • Pour déconnecter les nappes, utilisez un outil en plastique pour soulever délicatement leurs connecteurs de leurs emplacements sur la carte mère.

    • Veillez à ne pas endommager les petits composants délicats montés en surface lorsque vous déconnectez les nappes.

    The Digitizer Cable on the new display seems to be too short. Trying to make it reach. It doesn't reach its place on the logic board. Going to disassemble and start over. (Step 15)

    Any pointers?

    chris - Réponse

    What happened was there is a tab on the cable, and that didn't go all the way through the casing. I made this mistake about 3 times. It's not too short, just move the screen a little away from the casing, and pull the cable all the way through without ripping it.

    savage24x -

    ⚠️ On reassembly, before plugging in the screen/digitizer cables, put the rear facing camera back in. There's a prong on the camera that lays underneath them.

    I Can't Even - Réponse

    • Retirez la vis cruciforme #000 de 1,5 mm près de la prise casque.

    The two verizon phones I've repaired so far both have a phillips screw that screws into the flathead screw that is shown here. The grounding clip is between the phillips and the flathead. So remove the phillips, and then the grounding clip, that will reveal the flathead screw.

    boo - Réponse

    take out screw on top of stand of first, then take of grounding plat, and then stand off.

    Corey Berghorst - Réponse

    This is correct.

    savage24x -

    Echoing the notes from 'boo' and Corey -- that's exactly what I saw too. Perhaps the guide should be updated?

    Matt Strange - Réponse

    This has been changed several times on the iphone 4 logic board manual, and the changes are always being reverted. There _IS_ a screw in step 16, but someone seems intent on not having it mentioned in the manual. Dunno why...

    Mobile Rapid Response Unit - Réponse

    Because it's mentioned in Step 20.

    usnmustanger -

    It may have been mentioned in step 20 at some point, but it isn't anymore. The phillips head screw that's mentioned in step 20 is the one holding the grounding finger to the rear-facing camera corner of the motherboard.

    That said, my concerns about step 16 have since been rectified, so I suppose step 20 could've been fixed at the same time.

    Mobile Rapid Response Unit -

    The manual does need to be updated for the screw being inside the standoff screw.

    Billy - Réponse

    Some Phones such as mine (march2012) had a philips head screw here..

    Anson - Réponse

    There's a little rubber piece that you can see in the Step 17 & Step 21 pictures just above the yellow sticker. It fits over the edge of the board where the two ribbon cables from the display/digitizer come up through the board (Step 36). It's there to make sure the ribbon cables don't rub against the sharp edge of the board. This piece loves to fall out when pulling the logic board off. Make sure to put it back in when routing the cables in Step 36, thin edge on the bottom, thicker edge on the top.

    Jere - Réponse

    • Soulevez le petit clip de la mise à terre de la carte mère et retirez-le de l'iPhone.

    one of the small prongs on the standoff near the headphone jack broke off, is this a big deal or should i not worry about it

    Sam - Réponse

    Don't worry about it, the stand-off just holds the wifi antenna in place

    Jake -

    Can you show how this piece attaches?

    Mitch Frederick - Réponse

    This piece broke when i had to drill out stripped screw. Is it important enough to replace it?

    Buhz - Réponse

    hey okay so i did all the step and my i phone screen wont work and know the power button

    wont work ether help

    Apolonia - Réponse

    • A l'aide d'un outil en plastique, déconnectez le connecteur de l'antenne Wi-Fi de la carte mère.

    • Lorsque vous reconnectez le connecteur Wi-Fi à la carte mère, il est IMPERATIF de s'assurer que le connecteur rond au bout de la nappe est bien centré sur sa moitié correspondante sur la carte mère avant d'exercer un expression. Sinon il est fort probable que les deux moitiés se cassent.

    For me, aligning the connector when putting things back together was the most difficult part of this repair. Unlike reattachment of the radio antenna in step 11, it is very difficult to see whether the male/female are aligned properly before applying pressure. Unfortunately, I have no secret as to how to accomplish this, other than to say that my WiFi is working after the repair.

    alsmith1928 - Réponse

    • Retirez, s'il y en a, le morceau de bande adhésive qui couvre une vis cruciforme près du bouton de marche/arrêt.

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    • Retirez la vis cruciforme #000 de 2,5 mm qui maintient la carte mère près du bouton de marche/arrêt.

    • Dévissez la vis d'entretoise de 4,8 mm près de la prise casque.

      • Le mieux est de dévisser les vis d'entretoise à l'aide d'un embout pour vis d'entretoise et d'un manche du tournevis.

      • Un petit tournevis plat peut aussi faire l'affaire, mais veillez à ce qu'il ne glisse pas et n'endommage pas les composants qui se trouvent autour.

    can someone tell me what that flap thing is thats right behind the other? also whats its use & how important it is. ( the one thats hidden behind the other)

    Camarri - Réponse

    Now is a good time to remove the gold grounding finger. I used the condiments cups from Wendy's (fast food restaurant) to hold my screws for each step. Hope this helps.

    Kent - Réponse

    I’d use a Phillips 00 instead of a flathead

    Zach Heaton - Réponse

    • Retirez la vis cruciforme de 3,4 mm près du moteur du vibreur.

    • Dévissez les deux vis d'entretoise de 3,6 mm le long du côté de la carte mère qui se trouve au plus près de l'emplacement de la batterie.

    When replacing the standoff screw closest to the dock connector, make sure it is tightened all the way down. The battery terminal screw fits in the standoff later, and if the standoff isn't tight (NOT TOO TIGHT!) then the battery will not be completely connected and your phone will power off unless tethered. This mimics a bad logic board symptom! Inspect this before replacing your logic board!

    goodski - Réponse

    The standoff screws are very difficult to get out unless you have a very tiny (jeweler's) flathead screwdriver, which I lacked. A pocketknife did work, however.

    Calion - Réponse

    • Soulevez délicatement la carte mère par le côté le plus près de l'emplacement du haut-parleur, et faites-la glisser en l'écartant du bord supérieur de l'iPhone.

    • Retirez la carte mère.

    • Avant le remontage, veillez à nettoyer tous les points de contact métal sur métal sur la carte mère (mais surtout pas les deux moitiés des connecteurs) avec un produit dégraissant tel que du windex. Le sébum sur vos doigts peut causer des problèmes avec la mise à la terre.

    • Il y a un petit dispositif rectangulaire en caoutchouc en haut de la carte-mère. Celui-ci a pour rôle d'empêcher les nappes de l'écran de s'user au contact du bord de la carte mère. Veillez à le positionner correctement quand vous réinstallez votre carte mère.

    When I was attempting to reinstall the logic board (step 21 in reverse), a small rubber bumper came loose from 'somewhere' on the board (I think). It isn't visible in any of the photos, so I really have no idea where it came from!

    Matt Strange - Réponse

    I don't see it in the pictures either, but I'm pretty sure there is a black bumper that rides on the 'top' of the logic board. I believe it reduces friction between the display/digitizer cables and the top of the logic board.

    Ken McCann -

    You can see this "bumper" in steps 16 and 20 (right above the yellow sticker in the pics), and it provides relief for the digitizer and display cables as they both come up and around the edge of the logic board. I put my bumper with its thicker side down towards the inside of the phone and it worked fine.

    Chris Kovach -

    This is correct, and if you look closely the rubber piece has a "thick" and "thin" side. The "thin" side should be facing "up" on logic board (towards back cover) while the "thick" is pointed "down" (towards screen)

    Joe - Réponse

    The rubber bumper has a groove in it, which rides a notch along the top edge of the logic board. Its purpose is to ease pressure between the top of the phone and the board. If you look at the top of the frame, there is a little horizontal ridge about 0.8cm (3/8") long which is just the right width of the rubber bumper.

    For reference:

    http://i.imgur.com/GITTv.jpg

    http://i.imgur.com/IoeZV.jpg

    http://i.imgur.com/Po9h8.jpg

    TheIronGiant - Réponse

    Your images show incorrect placement of the rubber spacer. Step 20 shows correct placement. It is just above the scan code sticker on the motherboard. That is where the ribbon cables roll over, so it makes sense.

    I assume the thick side would be facing the rear of the phone, but can not be sure.?

    http://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi...

    Keil Miller -

    I wouldn't use Windex. It's mostly water. Why would anyone put water on a connection? Use isopropyl alcohol and be certain that it's at least 95% alcohol.

    Better yet use contact cleaner or the original Brakleen (in the RED can). You can find the Brakleen at any automotive store.

    Tom Brandolini - Réponse

    I am having major issues with the motherboard! I have removed all the screws and done all the necessary steps, but the motherboard won't budge! It will not move at all! Help!

    kcmonstr - Réponse

    Never mind! I got it! It was like screw inception O.O

    kcmonstr -

    I experienced that when the rubber spacer had the thick side up towards the rear of the phone, the display data cable would plug in but had enough pressure from the rubber bumper pushing up that it would eventually become partially unplugged. This may not be immediately apparent while putting the phone back together because of still being partially plugged in. This was not an issue when the thin side was installed facing up towards the back of the phone.

    uncletom - Réponse

    • Veillez à ne pas perdre le petit dispositif de mise à la terre pour la caméra arrière près du bouton de marche/arrêt.

    Hope someone can ease my uncertainty: does the grounding finger for the

    rear-facing camera go on TOP of the motherboard OR between the motherboard and

    the standoff???

    Tom Brandolini - Réponse

    Under. There is nothing to ground if it went over the pcb. Look on the backside.

    Keil Miller -

    It shouldn't matter. If on top, it will still be grounded through the screw. I've done both without any problems.

    Anthony - Réponse

    What happens if you accidentally lose this piece or when putting it back together it shoots somewhere

    Jen - Réponse

    • A l'aide d'un outil en plastique , décollez le vibreur de l'adhésif qui l'attache au boîtier de l'iPhone.

    • Retirez le vibreur.

    For the record.... This thing was really REALLY stuck with adhesive when I removed it. Surprised I am the first to comment on this.

    kevindelong - Réponse

    Make sure to align the hole on the vibrator to the hole on the frame for the screw that will attach the logic board.

    uncletom - Réponse

    • Retirez les deux vis cruciformes de 2,4 mm des côtés de l'emplacement de l'ensemble haut-parleur.

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    • Retirez le petit dispositif en plastique installé sous la vis la plus près de la nappe du connecteur de dock.

    My plastic corner bracket actually came out with the screw, so be aware this can happen

    kevindelong - Réponse

    • Retirez l'ensemble haut-parleur de l'iPhone.

    • Avant de remettre les vis de l'ensemble haut-parleur, assurez-vous que les pointes de mise à la terre du Wi-Fi sont installées sous la bordure du châssis métallique de l'iPhone comme on peut le voir sur la deuxième image.

    • Avant le remontage, veillez à nettoyer tous les points de contact métal sur métal entre les pointes de mise à la terre de l'antenne Wi-Fi et le boîtier de l'iPhone avec un produit dégraissant tel que du windex ou de l'alcool isopropylique. Le sébum sur vos doigts peut causer des problèmes d'interférences sans fil.

    Be careful not to lose the black plastic triangle spacer (roughly the same shape as the one you removed in step 25, just thicker). This spacer can be seen in the first picture (step 26) in the lower left hand corner near the palm. It goes under the metal.

    Steven K - Réponse

    I can't find where the wifi grounding fingers go when reassembling. The picture isn't very helpful. Any ideas?

    otonomurray - Réponse

    These Wi-Fi grounding fingers should be distinguished in the image that accompanies the instructions to show their location to ensure their identification to be cleaned and to be in the proper position upon reassembly. If I guess correctly, there is one by the screw on the left, two below the thumbnail in the image and a fourth that is blocked from view in the image by the logic board.

    uncletom - Réponse

    • Retirez le petit morceau de bande adhésive noire qui couvre les attaches de montage de l'écran.

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    • Retirez la vis cruciforme de 1,6 mm qui maintient l'écran près du bouton marche/arrêt.

    This isn't particularly easy. Maybe it's the screwdriver I have, but I can't seem to reach these corner screws.

    Andrew Ruiz - Réponse

    No the problem is that you should probably remove the audio Jack. There is NO way you can unscrew that screw without stripping it without taking the audio jack out.

    futballlover44 - Réponse

    • Retirez la vis cruciforme de 1,6 mm près de la prise casque.

    Nearly impossible to reinstall this screw when reassembling.

    joeboo7902896 - Réponse

    I was able to perform this step on my first repair attempt. Here's a tip: the rounded part of the headphone cable is very stiff and "spring" like. Just take a very thin Philips (#000) screwdriver and lay it down on the cable diagonally, pointing almost directly towards the screw. Push gently down on the cable and it will cave in somewhat. This is fine. Then you can go straight in at the screw and turn it out.

    Photograph: http://i.imgur.com/wKigI.jpg

    TheIronGiant - Réponse

    Thank you Bradley. I've had tons of grief with this screw in the past. I've just had to turn the driver at an angle and curse and yell and retry it 5 times before it worked. This is a MUCH better approach! I had no idea that cable safely had that much give. You have my gratitude.

    Kyle Sankowicz - Réponse

    Took me an hour to get this screw back in. Tried different tools. I didn't have a long shank thin phillips head magnetic screwdriver. That would have helped out tremendously.

    GSchlag77 - Réponse

    AH, perhaps I jinxed myself, but I could not get this screw out. I think I stripped the phillips head too. Is there anything left to do to salvage it?

    Linda Vanasupa - Réponse

    This screw was very hard to replace - lost the part after many minutes of trying.

    tponeill3 - Réponse

    I was just able to replace this screw by first placing it in the hole with tweezers, then using the Phillips head screwdriver at an angle. The screw itself is slightly magnetized, and held onto the edge of my tweezer point, and then held itself inside the hole.

    jzeth - Réponse

    It's kind of frustrating that this guide doesn't include an optional headphone jack removal step or something, as I can't even do what Bradley suggested. I have the ifixit pro kit and the thin section of the shank on the bit isn't long enough to reach without removing it.

    I Can't Even - Réponse

    If needed, you can find instructions for removing the headphone jack here.

    Jeff Suovanen -

    i succeeded putting the screw back in by putting the screw into a piece of cellophane plastic and holding it in place with it until it started and then pulling out the cellophane once it was.

    ayon3rd - Réponse

    • Retirez la vis cruciforme de 1,6 mm près du microphone inférieur.

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    • Retirez la vis cruciforme de 1,6 mm près de la nappe du connecteur de dock.

    I stripped this screw. Any suggestions on how to get it out?

    Aaron Shapiro - Réponse

    • Desserrez d'un demi tour les trois vis cruciformes à tête large le long du côté du bouton de volume de l'iPhone .

    • Il n'est pas nécessaire d'enlever ces vis complètement. Lors du remontage de l'écran, veillez à ce que les rondelles soient au plus près de la tête de vis (comme on peut le voir sur la deuxième image).

    These screws are impossible to remove. Please help, what's the trick. I only could get one of them to loosen

    Dana Palermo - Réponse

    Someone please help, I'm going to throw this thing across the room. cannot get these screws to loosen

    Dana Palermo -

    You need a smaller screwdriver. One in my kit was too big spinning out the heads. Can also touch each screw with soldering iron if locktite is holding it but probably driver as they all came with the right driver.

    curvecrazy - Réponse

    • Desserrez d'un demi tour les trois vis cruciformes à tête large le long de l'autre côté de l'iPhone.

    I found removing the three screws on one side during reassembly made it easier to keep the washers on the opposite side in the correct position when installing the display. When the display is in place, reinstall the three screws and then snug down all six. Then back all off about a quarter to a half turn to assist in aligning the holes for the four corner screws. Only after all ten screws are in place should the screws be tightened. Be sure to gently squeeze the display down to the outer frame at each screw while tightening to eliminate any gaps between the two.

    uncletom - Réponse

    That one corner screw is at the wrong angle what a pain stripping out the head of my driver/screw!

    curvecrazy - Réponse

    • A l'aide d'un outil en plastique, faites délicatement levier en parcourant la circonférence de l'écran pour le soulever.

    • Dégagez les nappes du tactile et du LCD à travers le cadre intérieur en acier.

    • Lors du remontage de l'écran, mettez les nappes du tactile et du LCD bien à plat et passez-les à travers la fente coupée dans le cadre en acier. Cette photo vous montre une installation incorrecte avec un pli dans la nappe du tactile.

      • Quand l'écran a été installé correctement, les nappes du LCD et du tactile devraient être l'une à côté de l'autre et de la même longueur comme on peut le voir sur la deuxième photo.

      • Si l'installation de la nappe du tactile n'est pas correcte, la nappe n'arrivera pas jusqu'à son emplacement sur la carte mère. N'essayez surtout pas de forcer, sinon la nappe se déchire. Enlevez l'écran, mettez la nappe bien à plat, et passez-la correctement à travers la fente.

    • Lors du remontage, ne touchez pas la partie métallique à la base de la nappe du LCD, car ceci peut causer des problèmes avec le LCD. Si vous l'avez touchée par hasard, nettoyez-la délicatement avec une lingette à l'alcool avant de continuer.

    Remember to take the earpiece screen off the old lcd and put it on the new screen. Most replacements do not include this mesh screen.

    boo - Réponse

    DEFINITELY REMEMBER THE ABOVE ADVICE TO TRANSFER THE METAL MESH SCREEN FROM THE OLD SCREEN TO THE NEW ONE.

    I've done this twice now, and it really, really stinks because you don't usually see it until the phone is all back together. That would mean doing the whole process again. Slapped myself in the forehead the second time.

    Thank you so much for this easy to follow guide, but it's so good I don't usually look at the comments. Maybe this last little thing could be added.

    Either way, Thanks Again.

    isaacstuff - Réponse

    took me about 2 hours to succesfully complete the entirety of this replacement. Although the hardest part is putting the screws back into their respective holes. And it does help to read the comments after reviewing the guide as well. It wasn't until I had the customer's phone completely back together that I realized that earpiece grill wasn't there on the new screen.. nevertheless.. Thank You to my favorite repair website for the easy to follow guides.

    Chris - Réponse

    There is also a small plastic ring around the front-facing camera that may come away with the broken screen. Make sure to recover it and re-attached to the camera before reassembly.

    Mark - Réponse

    Well I got about 1/2 way back through the re-assembly and found that the digitizer cable was too short. I disassembled back to here and this time started snapping the new display surface back into place beginning at the end where the digitizer cable feeds through. Then I did a "dry-run" with the logic board to ensure the cable reaches and it looks good.

    tponeill3 - Réponse

    Instruction here refers to routing the digitizer/LCD cables through the

    "outer case". Just for the sake of clarity,

    isn't the part through which the ribbons are

    being routed the FRAME? If it really IS the outer case, where is the "inner case"?

    Tom Brandolini - Réponse

    To Mark and the small plastic ring, I remembered to salvage it an save it, but then forgot to reinstall it... Oops... Humm.. Wonder if the phone really needs it? .......

    Chenoa14 - Réponse

    ive gotten everything apart and all of the screws out.. but cannot seem to pry the screen off. suggestions?

    Rachael - Réponse

    The digitizer/LCD cable warning is VERY important! I thought I had it right, but had to go back and disassemble again when I realized the digitizer connection wouldn't meet - it had folded under the frame (which I might have noticed if I'd compared it to the photo in Step 23 - that clearly shows that the 2 cables should be about the same length).

    It's a great manual, and a satisfying repair - this iPhone had been run over, the front glass totally shattered, and now it's operational!

    Jen Morris - Réponse

    Got my phone back together and cut it on and the screen is white with a couple pixels in upper left hand corner that are black. I could very faintly make out the screen after it booted up and was able to power it down. Any recommendations on how to proceed. I plan to disassemble and check all the connections.

    Doug - Réponse

    Same problem as Rachael. I've removed all the screws but the front glass isn't budging despite my spudging. Any tricks for resolving this? I don't want to break it at this point.

    Dave - Réponse

    Use the guitar pick or a fingernail file to pry up one of the corners (the plastic goes with the glass away from the metal frame). Then carefully pull up the whole screen. There are plastic "feet" that are holding the screen on, you'll have to pry up an edge to get them to let go.

    rafesmom -

    I had a lot of broken glass stuck to the adhesive after removing the screen. Be sure you use tweezers and a scraper (be careful) to remove all the old debris prior to installing the new part. I got my part from ifixit so it had the mesh and the ring for the camera on the new part.

    kevindelong - Réponse

    During the whole replacement of everything process, I ripped off the cable for the digitizer from the main cable, is there any way to repair this or should I just order a new screen?

    Dylan Carter - Réponse

    Reassembly Warning: Be careful routing the cables through the frame. The digitizer cable tears easily. The LCD cable has the square shield. So, the digitizer cable is the cable without the shield. On the digitizer cable there is a section where the cable is wide then it gets more narrow. Where it tapers down (gets narrow) the cable can tear at this point. If the digitizer cable is torn the touch screen feature will not work.

    scottrape - Réponse

    There's adhesive top and bottom which gave me a large struggle spooning off the screen. My LCD cable was short due to it folding take it apart again uggg

    curvecrazy - Réponse

    • Retirez l'écran de l'iPhone.

      • Veillez à bien séparer le bouton home de l'écran. Si le bouton home colle à l'écran, vous risquez de déchirer la nappe du bouton home.

    • Lorsque vous remettez l'écran, veuillez tenir compte des remarques suivantes:

      • Vous devez éventuellement réutiliser et transférer la grille pour le haut-parleur ainsi que l'anneau en plastique transparent autour de la caméra avant de votre ancien écran endommagé. Ceci dépend d'où vous vous procurez la pièce de rechange.

      • Votre écran de rechange a éventuellement un film de protection en plastique coloré sur le dos de l'écran LCD. Si c'est le cas, tirez sur la languette près du bouton home pour le décoller avant de procéder à l'installation du nouvel écran sur votre iPhone .

    • Après le remontage, veuillez tenir compte de la remarque suivante:

      • Nettoyez la surface de l'écran tactile avec de l'alcool avant de rallumer votre iPhone. L'alcool permet de disperser toute électricité statique restante qui pourrait causer des problèmes avec l'écran.

      • Après le remontage, connectez votre iPhone à une prise avant de l'allumer. Quand l'iPhone est complètement démarré, vous pouvez le débrancher.

    Nope. Broke the Home button cable at this point, because the button stuck to the display during separation.

    Chris - Réponse

    When I put it all bck together the phone itself comes on but the screen won't come on... did I do something wrong?

    blake88rob - Réponse

    • Utilisez un outil en plastique pour dégager la languette qui retient la nappe du bouton home.

    • Assurez-vous de faire levier sur la languette à rabat et non pas sur la prise elle-même.

    The plastic tool is too large and cumbersome. I just destroyed the connector. Now What!

    sbrescia100 - Réponse

    • Retirez la nappe du bouton home de sa prise à l'aide de pincettes.

    The socket came off with cable. There's no indaction it was glued on, and it fits up like a puzzle piece. What do I do now?

    Amy - Réponse

    • Faites soigneusement passer la nappe du bouton home par sa fente dans le boîtier externe et retirez-la de l'iPhone.

    There is no mention as to what to do with the rubber gasket that was adhered to the front panel. If I leave it as it is, it obscures the button function in the aperture. It's not obvious, so I guess I'm leaving it out.

    xtophr - Réponse

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

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How can a company that prides itself on simplicity and elegance make something so needlessly unserviceable? I don't mind the small screws, even if I wonder how many of them really need to be there... but the fragile cables, little black spacers, the pentalobe screws and the glue - oh the inhumanity of the glue! The only thing that makes me happy is, now that Tim Cook's decided that they're going to service these things in-store, the thought of Apple employees sending an earful of expletives up the management chain.

jwkc2 - Réponse

Small and fragile = lite weight. And all of those spacers and glue is to keep everything in place and prevent those small and fragile parts from breaking as you use the phone. If you want a tiny, lite phone there are compromises. And Apple's mantra has never been serviceability. It's about getting you to upgrade to the new cool thing every 1-2 years, way before the phone would normally need servicing. And the Apple store really only services new batteries and screens. For pretty much everything else they just give you a new phone.

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