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Introduction

Use this guide to replace the sensor cable containing the front-facing camera, microphone, ambient sensors, and the earpiece speaker contact pad, in your iPhone 5s.

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    • This step requires removing the front facing camera and sensor cable from your front panel assembly.

    • The front facing camera and sensor cable is adhered to the display assembly with mild adhesive.

    • Using an iOpener to soften the adhesive will help safely remove it. Follow our iOpener instructions to use it.

  1. Using the edge of a set of tweezers or a metal spudger, gently pry the earpiece speaker contact cable up, to separate this portion of the camera and sensor cable from the adhesive below. Only pry directly under the earpiece speaker contacts—there are sensors and microchips that can be damaged by prying elsewhere.
    • Using the edge of a set of tweezers or a metal spudger, gently pry the earpiece speaker contact cable up, to separate this portion of the camera and sensor cable from the adhesive below.

    • Only pry directly under the earpiece speaker contacts—there are sensors and microchips that can be damaged by prying elsewhere.

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  3. Use the point of a spudger to lift the ambient light sensor and proximity sensor out of their recess in the display assembly. There is a small, square plastic and metal holder for the proximity sensor. This holder is essential for the proximity sensor to function correctly.
    • Use the point of a spudger to lift the ambient light sensor and proximity sensor out of their recess in the display assembly.

    • There is a small, square plastic and metal holder for the proximity sensor. This holder is essential for the proximity sensor to function correctly.

    • If replacing the proximity sensor make sure that the holder remains adhered to the back of the display. If it comes off with the old proximity sensor, remove it from the old sensor and use a tiny bit of adhesive to re-attach it to the back of the display.

  4. Use the flat end of a spudger to gently peel the front-facing camera portion of the cable away from the display assembly. Use the flat end of a spudger to gently peel the front-facing camera portion of the cable away from the display assembly.
    • Use the flat end of a spudger to gently peel the front-facing camera portion of the cable away from the display assembly.

  5. If you are reattaching the same shield plate to a new display, there is no need to peel the cable assembly off the LCD shield plate. Skip this step. Carefully peel the cable assembly off of the LCD shield plate to remove it from the display. Be careful not to grab the digitizer cable while peeling up the front facing camera and sensor assembly cable.
    • If you are reattaching the same shield plate to a new display, there is no need to peel the cable assembly off the LCD shield plate. Skip this step.

    • Carefully peel the cable assembly off of the LCD shield plate to remove it from the display.

    • Be careful not to grab the digitizer cable while peeling up the front facing camera and sensor assembly cable.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Be great if someone could put together some *reassembly* instructions for this. Particularly the section on the camera and sensors area.

Phil Thomas - Réponse

It seems like a lot of steps have gone missing from this guide. The related guide (5SE) has much more explicit instructions for the same activity and should be used instead of this one. Remplacement de la caméra frontale et de la nappe de capteur de l'iPhone SE

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