Introduction

Cassé votre écran? Utilisez ce guide pour remplacer l'ensemble d'affichage de votre iPod Touch.

  1. Si la vitre de votre écran est fissurée, anticipez de nouveaux dégâts et d'éventuels dommages corporels lors de votre réparation, en scotchant la vitre.
    • Si la vitre de votre écran est fissurée, anticipez de nouveaux dégâts et d'éventuels dommages corporels lors de votre réparation, en scotchant la vitre.

    • Placez des bandes superposées de ruban adhésif transparent sur l'écran de l'iPod jusqu'à ce que tout la face avant soit recouverte.

      • Le ruban adhésif permet de retenir les éclats de verre et de maintenir l'intégrité de la structure lorsque l'écran sera soulevé.

    • Portez des lunettes de protection pour protéger vos yeux d'un éventuel bris de verre lors de la réparation.

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  2. Le bas de l'écran (près du bouton home) est maintenu en place par un adhésif solide.
    • Le bas de l'écran (près du bouton home) est maintenu en place par un adhésif solide.

    • Utilisez un pistolet à air chaud ou un sèche-cheveux (faible réglage) pour ramollir l'adhésif.

    • Quand vous commencez à ouvrir l'écran au cous des prochaines étapes, vous devrez peut-être appliquer plus de chaleur pour que la colle reste chaude et souple.

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    • Centrez la ventouse sur la partie inférieure du verre, avec son bord centré sur le bouton home.

    • Appuyez fermement et assurez-vous que la ventouse adhère fortement.

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    • Tenez l'iPod fermement contre une table ou un banc.

      • Placez votre pouce et votre index sur les coins inférieurs de l'écran pour l'empêcher de s'ouvrir trop lorsque l'adhésif se décolle.

    • Soulevez la ventouse et déplacez-la vers le haut de l'iPod. Soyez patient et tirez avec une force ferme et constante jusqu'à ce que l'adhésif se décolle et l'écran se soulève de la coque arrière.

      • Il peut être nécessaire d'utiliser un pistolet à air chaud pour ramollir l'adhésif (surtout dans les régions plus fraîches). Si vous arrivez à écarter l'écran et que l'adhésif continue à coller et à céder comme le fromage fondu sur une pizza, vous pouvez vous servir d'une fine lame de rasoir pour couper l'adhésif.

      • Une fois que l'écran commence à s'enlever de la coque arrière, veillez à ne pas le soulever de plus d'environ 2,5 cm – un cadre fragile en plastique relie encore l'écran à la coque arrière.

    Step 2.5: Recover iPod from far side of the room due to suction assisted throwing.

    thanks, Apple

    Nick Hughes - Réponse

    Did as shown, button switch works fine, when I reinstall button, it's like it won't touch the switch to engage.

    What next?

    Gary Aguilera - Réponse

    I've got the same problem, managed to get the screen off, transferred the little steel plate to the new home button and put it in. The switch works fine when I press it with my finger, but it won't work with the home button??? - Did you manage to solve this problem?

    Tom -

    I've got the same problem. Been trying to find a solution for a few days now. Lots of people ask this question, but no one ever answers it. How did you solve it?

    tirgang -

    It sounds like you need to replace the home button dome switch rather than the actual home button. I'm currently searching for one myself. My customer jammed the home button and now it doesn't click. The dome switch is located on the home button ribbon cable and not on the home button.

    Mary Baldwin -

    The "home button" repair shows the physical button, but it's not actually the repair for the switch, which is what should be shown as the home button repair. The switch has a little black plastic tab that breaks off with excessive presses, and that's why the button plate cannot engage the switch when the screen is reinstalled. You will need to replace the switch, or modify it with something small enough to press the switch when the LCD is lowered.

    Rene -

    I also ran in to the Home button not working issue. I have not idea what changed with the button, but it would not work (from the outside) after the battery replacement & re-assembling. If you opened the iPod up, you could press the switch directly and it clicked & worked, but it seemed finicky. I ended up putting the tiniest dot of hot melt on the center of the switch (smaller than the switch 'dome', and thin too, maybe 0.6-0.7mm thick), re-assembled, and it works fine now.

    Jeff Brown -

    Use the hair dryer or a heat gun to loosen the adhesive. This did not work with just a suction cup for me.

    Dmitry Fedoruk - Réponse

    All good... But. All I wanted was to replace the cracked camera lens glass. Where in the guide is the instructions for the lens GLASS.

    kwylie - Réponse

    I also had to use a heat gun and the opening tool instead of just a suction cup to open the assembly. The rest of the guide worked really well!

    When putting back together, make sure the display connector is in firm or you might get lines. And also, perform a hard reset - my power wasn't working, I took it apart and checked the power flex cable, but all it needed was a hard reset when put back together.

    Tyler Weaver - Réponse

    use a razor blade to pry. there is a huge amount of leverage, and the old frame is most likely trash.

    trogfield - Réponse

    Suction cup and hair dryer method never worked for me. Even tried my heat gun. Finger went numb before I gave up. Used thin prying + suction cup and eventually opened it but screen cracked in the process when I was too aggressive opening it.

    In hind-sight, it would have been very helpful to know that the adhesive is just in the 2 areas to either side of the home button, nothing along the edges.

    Biggest complaint is the time wasted, should have just bought a replacement iPod, better return on my money/time.

    James Quinlan - Réponse

    The adhesive strips are only located to the left and right of the home button. Imagine two small squares of tape in each corner. Be careful heating. I used a heat gun on the lowest heat, but I think I may have overheated the area and damaged the digitizer on the bottom of the screen. I now have small green lines on that section of the screen. I too had to use a thin metal spudger to release the adhesive.

    muck - Réponse

    • Dans les étapes suivantes, vous relâchez et dégagez le cadre en plastique qui entoure l'écran. Il est fixé à la coque arrière avec plusieurs clips.

    • En commençant en haut à droite de l'appareil, insérez un outil d'ouverture en plastique dans l'espace entre le cadre en plastique et la coque arrière en aluminium.

    • Faites glisser l'outil dans cette fissure pour séparer le cadre et la coque.

    Careful! This piece is super fragile. It really helps to understand the way the clips work. I struggled for 10 min with not a single un-clip, snapped the plastic frame in 2 places because I didn't understand the clips, and as soon as I figured out how they work the piece was off like a prom dress.

    The clips are metal n shapes around the outside of the frame. They need to be pushed away from the center of the device to release the frame. You need to get something in between the plastic and clip to release, a guitar pick is probably too thick. A thin opening device would probably work but I used a razor blade. I'm not sure if these clips are on all of the newer Apple devices, but I've never encountered one before (usually work on android devices.)

    I hope this helps prevent someone from having to replace the frame.

    nlw93 - Réponse

    I wish I had read this comment before I broke my frame, hah! It made sense once I had the clips out, but while they were still in it was mystifying. Thankfully it won't be too big of a problem since all of the frame will still clip in, it just won't be connected.

    Joshua Horan -

    • Insérez l'outil d'ouverture en plastique entre le cadre et la coque arrière derrière le premier clip.

    • Faites pivoter l'outil vers le côté, pour agrandir l'espace derrière le clip et séparer celui-ci de la coque arrière.

    • Il se peut que le clip ne s'ouvre pas tout de suite, mais répéter la procédure pour chaque clip finira par les faire céder.

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    • Répétez la procédure avec les deux clips suivants de ce côté.

    • Vous devrez peut-être aller et venir entre les clips pour les ouvrir tous. Prenez votre temps et soyez prudent et patient, car le cadre en plastique est assez fragile.

    Take your time with removing this bezel… it’s so easy to get impatient which easily snaps it

    Gary Ayre - Réponse

    • Insérez un outil d'ouverture en plastique dans l'espace entre le cadre en plastique et la coque arrière en aluminium. Insérez l'outil en haut de l'appareil, puis déplacez-le vers le côté gauche de l'appareil.

    • Faites glisser l'outil dans cette fissure pour séparer le cadre et la coque.

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    • Insérez l'outil d'ouverture en plastique entre le cadre et la coque arrière derrière le premier clip sur le côté gauche.

    • Faites pivoter l'outil vers le côté, pour agrandir l'espace derrière le clip et le séparer de la coque arrière.

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    • Répétez la procédure avec les deux clips suivants de ce côté.

    • Insérez l'outil d'ouverture en plastique entre le cadre en plastique et la coque arrière en aluminium derrière le deuxième clip.

    • Faites pivoter l'outil vers le côté, pour ouvrir le clip de la coque.

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    • En utilisant la même procédure, desserrez le dernier clip fixant le cadre en plastique à la coque arrière.

    this looks more like a 5th gen instead of 6th gen :-)

    ifixshop - Réponse

    They have the exact same dimensions.

    Jayson Saavedra - Réponse

    do you think if i use reolacement scren of itouch 5th gen to my itou h 6th gen this would work? i cant find screen for itouch 6th gen so im thnking to use the screen of 5th gen pls help me

    alm yuwysha -

    • Insérez l'outil d'ouverture en plastique entre l'ensemble écran et la coque arrière en haut de l'iPod.

    • Faites légèrement pivoter l'outil d'ouverture pour séparer le panneau frontal de l'étui arrière.

    • Séparez l'ensemble écran de l'iPod.

      • N'essayez pas d'enlever complètement le panneau frontal, car il est encore connecté par plusieurs nappes.

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    • Faites délicatement pivoter l'écran, en prenant soin de ne pas débrancher ou briser aucune des nappes. Posez les deux moitiés sur une table ou un banc.

    • Utilisez un outil d'ouverture en plastique pour retirer le bouton home de la plaque de protection de l'écran LCD.

      • Il peut être nécessaire d'utiliser un pistolet à air chaud ou un sèche-cheveux pour ramollir l'adhésif derrière le bouton home. Utilisez toujours un faible niveau de chaleur.

    • N'essayez pas d'enlever le commutateur du bouton home, car il est connecté aux composants situés sous la plaque de protection de l'écran LCD.

    If you have trouble lifting the home button switch up with the plastic opening tool, you can try using an opening pick instead.

    matthew - Réponse

    Hi I just replaced my screen on my ipod touch 5th gen and i connect all the ribbon chords and every thing and when i connect one of the ribbons from the screen to the motherboard the motherboard starts to get hot! The screen isnt actually fully on, I wanted to make sure it turned on before I snapped it back in place. Any ideas? When I disconnect the ribbon the temp goes down. Screen is an OEM screen from Apple. I read somewhere, and i have personally have done it, that you can short the battery on the ipod touch 4th and it fixes it but im not sure on the 5th.

    Eddie - Réponse

    I have the same problem. I am going to change the battery. I let you to know if it solved the problem. Please let me know if you solve your problem. Thanks

    ismael452000 - Réponse

    Eddie, Did you ever fix this? I have exactly the same issue, Board gets hot and screen remains black. Although i did Hear Siri and iTunes recognises it.

    Dave - Réponse

    You need to make sure that all the adhesive covers for the battery and the board are on so that it isn't shorting with the metal cover, this may fix some issues with the board / battery heating up a lot and display not working. I just put some electrical tape over the batter solder and screen cables so that it's all in place properly and no shorting of electric terminal points on the board.

    Ben -

    • Retirez les vis suivantes fixant la plaque de protection de l'écran LCD à la coque arrière :

      • Deux vis cruciformes #00 de 1,2 mm

      • Neufs vis cruciformes #00 de 1,6 mm

      • Une vis cruciforme #00 de 2,3 mm

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    • Soulevez et retirez la plaque de protection de l'écran LCD de l'iPod.

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    • Retirez les trois vis cruciformes #00 de 1,6 mm fixant la carte mère à la coque arrière.

    Hi, the MPN on that WiFi flex confirms this is not an iPod Touch 6th gen, it is 5th Gen. I am trying to source a 6th Gen WiFi Flex.

    Ricky Pohlman - Réponse

    • Deux bandes adhésives maintiennent la batterie en place.

    • Retournez l'iPod et chauffez le DOS de la coque en aluminium de l'iPod. Ne chauffez pas la batterie.

      • La coque en aluminium ne doit pas être brûlante. Vous devez toujours pouvoir toucher les parties chauffées avec vos doigts en tout temps sans être gênés.

    Instead of a heat gun or hair dryer, I used a rice sock (http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Rice-Sock) to apply heat evenly across the entire back of the case while the case still sat upright for me to work on getting the battery loose. It was a lot easier than trying to heat the back of the case, then flip the case over and work feverishly before it cooled.

    Eric - Réponse

    I'm sure this works, but it doesn't seem like the proper way to do this. I didn't like the feeling of prying on a flimsy battery at all. That's not practical. Instead get some molybdenum wire start it underneath the corners, then wrap the ends of the wire on like 2 pencils then tape them so u dont have to wrap the wire around your fingers because it will hurt lol. then apply heat, i went about 130 degrees is what my infrared gun said. I used a geat gun on low and a good distance away. Then just work the wire down the adhesive obviously lol. This worked out very easily for me and I felt safe and more confident about what I was doing. Good luck.

    taylor craig - Réponse

    • Il y a trois encoches de chaque côté de la batterie. Dans les prochaines étapes, vous utiliserez ces encoches pour retirer progressivement la batterie de la coque arrière.

    • La batterie est fixée avec de grandes quantités d'adhésif, donc vous devrez procéder lentement et soigneusement pour éviter de perforer ou de plier la batterie.

    • Insérez un outil d'ouverture en plastique dans l'encoche supérieure droite et faites délicatement levier sur la batterie.

    • N'essayez pas encore de soulever toute la batterie. Il s'agit juste de commencer à faire céder l'adhésif à chacun des points de levier, chacun à son tour.

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    • Continuez avec l'encoche inférieure droite. Insérez l'outil d'ouverture en plastique dans l'encoche et faites délicatement levier sur le côté de la batterie.

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    • Continuez à décoller la partie inférieure de la batterie.

    • Lorsque vous faites pression en bas, veillez à ne pas appuyer trop fort sur le haut-parleur ou la prise casque.

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    • Décollez également le long du côté gauche.

    • Vous devrez peut-être aller et venir entre les côtés et le bas de la batterie, en faisant légèrement pression à chaque endroit, jusqu'à ce que la batterie soit complètement décollée.

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    • Une fois que tout l'adhésif est ramolli, soulevez la batterie par le bas et faites-la basculer sur le côté gauche de la coque arrière.

    • Assurez-vous de ne pas la retirer, car elle est soudée à la carte mère.

    • Retournez la batterie pour déplier sa nappe et la mettre à plat.

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    • Utilisez l'extrémité plate d'un spudger pour faire pivoter la caméra frontale et l'enlever de sa prise sur l'écran.

    My camera ceased to work after this. Anybody have the same issue?

    JavierDiaz4 - Réponse

    A reboot can sometimes work. Once the camera is seen not to be working (say it was connected after the device goes to sleep), the iPod gives up trying to show any live images from the either front or rear cameras

    mark -

    How do you replace the front facing camera

    brandon landry - Réponse

    I have a similar issue, the rear camera doesn't work and the facing camera sometimes works but very slow...everything else works well.

    Any ideas on how to fix this problem?

    carlos lima - Réponse

    • Utilisez la pointe d'un spudger pour détacher un petit morceau de ruban adhésif couvrant une vis sur le côté de la prise casque.

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    • Retirez les vis suivantes fixant la prise casque, le connecteur de charge Lightning et le haut-parleur :

      • Trois vis cruciformes #00 de 2,6 mm

      • Deux vis cruciformes #00 de 2,0 mm

    The screw on the right that goes into the headphone jack is a little reluctant to come out

    Zach Heaton - Réponse

    • Utilisez l'extrémité plate d'un spudger pour soulever le haut-parleur de la coque arrière.

    • N'essayez pas d'enlever le haut-parleur, car il est soudé à l'ensemble connecteur de charge Lightning.

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    • Saisissez l'ensemble connecteur de charge Lightning par sa grande nappe et tirez-le délicatement hors de la coque.

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    • Retournez l'assemblage entier, en exposant l'arrière de la carte logique.

    • Utilisez un outil d'ouverture en plastique pour débrancher le câble du LCD de la carte logique.

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    • Utilisez un outil d'ouverture en plastique pour débrancher le câble d'affichage de sa prise sur la carte logique.

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    • Retournez le connecteur Lightning / carte mère pour exposer le haut de la carte logique.

    • Le câble d'affichage est légèrement collé au sommet de la carte logique.

    • Utilisez l'extrémité plate d'un spudger pour décollé le câble d'affichage de la carte logique.

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    • Retirez l'ensemble d'affichage de l'iPod.

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Conclusion

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There is a major problem with the information provided here.

I followed the advice of the staff and purchased on eBay a replacement glass with tools for our cracked glass problem. I then began to follow the guide shown here.

The first major problem is that the suction cup will not pull off the glass. I tried the suction on various surfaces, and it's very strong. So no doubt, the problem is the fact that the glass is cracked. But that's the whole reason we're trying to take it apart. Secondly, if this guide doesn't apply to cracked glass, that should be clearly stated and possible another guide should be provided.

As it is now, removing the "glass" from the foamy "gasket" underneath was nearly impossible, and the local tech now tells me that in this condition, it's essentially worthless.

Dave Kitabjian - Réponse

I don't know about Ipods, but I have worked on Samsung phones in their repair facility and to lift our digitizers from the lcd assembly you have to heat them up a little bit with a heat gun first. The heat loosens the adhesive tape that holds the digitizer down. Once that glue on the tape becomes pliable you should be able to lift it up. Hope this helps.

pau -

One more thing - ignore your local tech. Anything can be fixed unless its been sitting in water. They just want their service fee.

If you've got the confidence to try this repair (which it sounds like you do) and google and youtube too - you can do this.

pau -

I tried multiple times to remove the screen after heating it thoroughly with a hair drier. True, not a heat gun, but the display was well heated. The screen wouldn't budge with a suction cup a bit smaller than the one pictured above. My eureka moment was when I remembered the suction-cup on a car cellphone holder. The edges of the cup just exceed the size of the display, but I was able to turn the ring that "tightened" the suction. I pulled firmly on the base of the cellphone holder, and after a minute or so the display started pulling away. The key was being able to apply an even, slow pull.

Lance Andrewes -

would Covering entire display with the packaging tape change anything?

Or you did & still thumbs down?

Prosit

PURCHASE -

The screens I've brought have come with the plastic frame, so if the screen is cracked you can break the frame lol

James - Réponse

im download the Ifixit official app in my galaxy tab to do this work and the guide is no the same of this guide, in the battery repleacement use a tewzeer to relase the battery of the logicboard this battery is solded at the same an broke the battery soldering and flex for use theese guide of SH2$T is not possible that wont check the guides before upload to all the users i lose my ipod touch thanks you! im searching if some body have the jumpers ways to see if can save something of my ipod, Jesus Ortiz Venezuela

jesusramonortiz - Réponse

The idea of using packing tape to help the suction cup to adhere is clever and might have worked great. Not sure I'll ever get another chance to try, but I'll try to keep it in mind.

On a separate note, I finally took it into a local shop this week, and they confirmed that you can't just replace the broken glass; you have to replace the entire assembly of glass+foam+LCD, which is what they did. Or perhaps you can replace just the glass if you have fancy equipment that can allow you to separate the glass from the foam. And then there's the matter of the button, which seemed stuck to the glass, too.

The tech said this type of repair is about as user-serviceable as 2/10, so I think this should be marked as a very high level of difficulty.

Dave Kitabjian - Réponse

Are steps 22-25 necessary just to replace the display?

Wade - Réponse

this guide just gives you basic idea where is what located, procedure itself is rubbish. suction cups nearly never work - not strong enough and in most cases screens are shattered, so forget about it. next - if you know where are the clips that holds screen in place, with flat knife undo them and screen is aff. probably good idea to heat up a wee bit bottom part near home button to make things easier. step 17 - why would, for freckles sake, you need to remove battery and dock port???? only risk to damage battery and rip some flex! leave battery alone! instead undo logic board (3 screws), pry out rear camera and you can lift logic board high enough to disconnect old screen and connect new screen no problem. repair is doable in 15 mins nae probz.

DigiHead - Réponse

I want to change the outer screen not the digitizer, any help?

Lindsey Cross - Réponse

@lindsey cross you need to replace both, afaik the digitizer for the 5gs is fused to the screen. That's hwo they get you!

Tai -

Can someone please confirm that this is the same part for the 6th gen? I am having a hard time finding a screen for the 6th gen and am starting to feel that it is the same part as the 5th.

John Spinelli - Réponse

I don't believe so. There may just not be any parts released yet. You'll have to do some digging.

Andrew Johnson -

Im also looking for screen of myitouch 6thgen and i cant find parts for it. i also thinking to use screen of itouch 5th gen. do you think this would work. pls help me

alm yuwysha -

Can someone please tell me, is this the same part for the 6th generation? I cannot find a replacement screen for it and am starting to think they are the same!

John Spinelli - Réponse

This Guide was AWESOME!!!!!! Ive never done anything this complicated with an electrical device beyond replacing my macbook battery, but slowly and calmly following the guide got me through pretty easily. Removing the cracked screen with the suction cup is definitely the trickiest bit. You have to use a really strong adhesive box tape and cover as much of the cracks as possible to create a seal because air can still make it under the tape through the cracks. Next tricky bit was reconnecting the digitizer and display cable since they are quite small. But everything worked as explained. Things I had to do different though:

I couldn't lie the two halves (the screen and the body of the Ipod) flat next to each other. I was propping up one half with a book.

When removing the battery, half the adhesive tape stayed stuck to the battery and half to the case. I went underneath with the spudger and working along the adhesive tape pasted it back down to the case until it was free from the battery.

Pretty fun repair!

Falco Filotto - Réponse

Awesome guide and it was easy to follow from start to finish.

jtking007 - Réponse

Hey,

I just followed all the steps to fix my girlfriend's ipod. It all put back together and the screen is unresposive. The back light works but there is no content being shown, it's just blank. Is there something I did wrong and can I fix the problem without having to buy a new screen?

Logan Murphy - Réponse

The digit screen is glued to the plastic screen its impossible to unstick without broke it, with that price to replace it i choose to buy a new ipod

VirtuAlex Dellasus - Réponse

I want to only replace the front glass as that's what I bought! Plz reply. Is this possible??

KidFix3r - Réponse

Yes it is Possible, but it is much more time consuming also you are likely to damage the underlying lcd when attempting a glass only screen repair. If you still want to try it Here is a video showing the process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rH3x39uh...

elec1cele -

I followed this guide and now my ipod is in a reboot loop

Cameron Himes - Réponse

I solved my problem. I had to take apart the ipod again and reseat all the connectors. I recommend turning your device on and checking if it boots after every major step. My problem could have been avoided if I did a boot test before reassembly.

Cameron Himes -

Will iPod screen work on 5c iPhone

Robbie Rob - Réponse

im going to say no because an iphone will have a different motherboard than the ipod and the connectors will most likely be completely different.

saul calderon -

Great step by step guide albeit took me about 2 hours. Patience and more patience take your time and it’s fairly simple if you follow this guide

matthew blount - Réponse

i had recently bought a replacement screen and i was wondering if all the screen models fit different models. i have an A1509 model and my screen won’t sit flush.

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