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December 4, 2013
Needed to replace iPhone 4 battery and also put on the revelation back cover.
The experience went well. The battery was indeed stuck down with much adhesive, so keep prying and it comes out. The tools were useful. All in all a good experience.
It's not hard really. Just keep prying at the battery!
October 30, 2013
IPhone 4S decide to take a plunge in the toilet. Even though it was quickly dissuaded and removed from said toilet, it still managed to get waterlogged.
Opened up the system, removed all components and used a hair dryer to dry all components. Managed to get it all dry before anything corroded.
Yes. Iphone 4S is a curious device. But it should be prevented from taking adventures where water is a primary medium.
October 30, 2013
My iPhone 5 power button stopped working. I took it to the Apple store and to AT&T and neither could help in fixing it. The Apple store actually recommended iFixIt.com
Great. It was more involved than I thought it would be but it was easy to do. Though there is obviously something else wrong with the power button because the new one doesn't work either.
Make sure you get the Pentalobe Screwdriver as well. It's not listed on the tools needed, but they mention it in the video and you do need it.
July 1, 2013
My iPhone 4 all of sudden would not recognize the wall charger. The battery slowing drained and the phone became useless. Verizon told us it was junk and that we needed a new phone. We replaced the battery and the Dock Connector (which was the culprit), and it works as good as new!
The repair process went great! Great family project.
Pay attention to all of the small screws. I hate that part, but still managed to get it all back together.
May 30, 2013
The battery won`t work anymore
Even for a two left handed guy like me, it was very easy.
Thx to ifixit
Just do it
May 20, 2013
Worn out home button; only getting maybe 1 in 5 presses
Straight forward repair. Took 2 hours end-to-end, with the longest time (30 minutes) getting the display separated from the frame.
Watch the video, and read thru the guide at least once before starting. Have a container for all of the hardware. I noticed that all of the screws are 000 size, so have the proper driver before digging in.
May 8, 2013
Home button wasn't working, so replaced the part.
Was straight forward. The online step by step instructions provided by iFixit were extremely helpful.
I felt a bit confused on how to exactly wire up the button ribbon. Took a lot of examination of the photos in the instructions. Really look at how it is setup before taking it off.
May 6, 2013
After several years, the battery just would not hold electrons correctly anymore.
Followed the step by step directions on this site and they are spot on. The notes on lifting connector 1 and the gold grounding are very important.
After a little struggle with the screw for the camera, the phone is fully operational with a full charge.
It was be very helpful if the screw drivers sold were magnetized to hold the screws while trying to get them back in the holes.
I used a refrigerator magnet that is the shape of the iPhone and placed the screws I removed to ensure I put them back in the correct order.
April 24, 2013
April 12, 2013
The SIM Card wouldn't eject.
I wanted to be able to change out the front and back myself. Without spending a ton of money to swap out the phones.
It went well
Your tools and instructions are pretty awesome. I like the freedom from the Apple machine.