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Carefully pry up the underlying connector and move it out of the way of the home/Touch ID cable. It's very easy to damage your iPhone during this step. Work slowly and take care where you pry with your tool. If you damage the Touch ID hardware, it can only be replaced by Apple.
  • Carefully pry up the underlying connector and move it out of the way of the home/Touch ID cable.

  • It's very easy to damage your iPhone during this step. Work slowly and take care where you pry with your tool. If you damage the Touch ID hardware, it can only be replaced by Apple.

  • If the connector doesn't pry up easily, use a hair dryer or iOpener to heat and soften the adhesive securing the connector, and then try again.

  • Don't try to detach the connector completely—simply flip it up slightly so that the underlying home/Touch ID sensor cable can be removed.

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.

[* black] Carefully pry up the remaining, bottom portionunderlying connector and move it out of the press connector, which is lightly adhered toway of the home/Touch ID sensor cable beneathcable.
[* icon_caution] It's very easy to damage your iPhone during this step. Work slowly and take care where you pry with your tool. If you damage the Touch ID hardware, it can only be replaced by Apple.
[* black] If the connector doesn't pry up easily, use a hair dryer or iOpener to heat and soften the adhesive securing the connector, and then try again
.
[* icon_caution] Don't try to detach the press connector completely—simply separate the adhesive holdingflip it in placeup slightly so that the underlying home/Touch ID sensor cable can be removed.
[* black] Carefully pry up the remaining, bottom portionunderlying connector and move it out of the press connector, which is lightly adhered toway of the home/Touch ID sensor cable beneathcable.
[* icon_caution] It's very easy to damage your iPhone during this step. Work slowly and take care where you pry with your tool. If you damage the Touch ID hardware, it can only be replaced by Apple.
[* black] If the connector doesn't pry up easily, use a hair dryer or iOpener to heat and soften the adhesive securing the connector, and then try again
.
[* icon_caution] Don't try to detach the press connector completely—simply separate the adhesive holdingflip it in placeup slightly so that the underlying home/Touch ID sensor cable can be removed.

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