Guides I've Contributed To
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- I have a phone that the power button does not function at all. Searching Google the only places I could find parts are stupid...
- Where could I buy a replacement pressure contact for an iPhone 4s, the one that lies under the battery connector & has a scre...
- Alright I have followed iFixIt's guide to replace the front assembly on an GSM iPhone 4, but 3 iPhone's I have messed up beca...
- No where in the teardowns it shows how to remove the home button, or if it comes off. Is it glued on somehow? I need to repla...
- Sadly you're stuck with a damaged phone or you can buy a used z10 and swap the boards.
- From iFixit's guide.
- If you have only taken apart Blackberrys, I will hold off until iFixit makes official step-by-step guides. It is very easy to destroy your iPhone.
- No there is not shock indicators in any iPhone Apple has made. It is too expensive to place that time of tech inside a device as small as an iPhone.
- Model A1428 (GSM model) USA & Canada Model A1429 (CDMA model) USA & Japan Model A1429 (GSM model) Germany, UK, Japan, Korea, etc.
- Apple is your only supplier at the moment. I buy wholesale, and my suppliers and other suppliers I have contacted their cables are still in R&D. Like David pointed out, it will take some time to copy the ICs so that the cable will work with your iPhone 5.
- No you cannot replace just one part of the display assembly. Just wait for 3rd parties to manufacturer full assemblies. Do NOT let Apple repair your iPhone.
- Far too much. It's not worth enough to pay to get it fixed. The price of parts far exceeds the value of the phone.
- Honestly I think it is the battery connector on the logic board, that and you could have installed the dock connector assembly incorrectly, or it was defective. But most likely it's the battery connector.
- Yes it is, if you want to do it the easy way you can buy a fully assembled midframe for the 4s, or you could buy the bare midframe. You can Google the part or look on eBay, sadly because iFixit does not carry the part. Here's the least expensive supplier.
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Sarcasm I hope?
Try using a pair of tweezers, or straighten out the cable and let it slide back in. Also is the tab lifted up?
Just a heads up, this could vary easily ruin your SIM card. Better off buying a SIM cutter, faster & exact results.