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iPhone 4 Rear Glass Panel (GSM/AT&T)

$19.95

Product code: IF182-002

Product Overview

Everything you need to fix a cracked or worn out rear glass panel

  • Cracked? Scuffed up? Camera pictures coming our blurry? Time to replace the rear glass panel!
  • Each panel is hand inspected by iFixit techs.
  • This kit comes with our popular Liberation Kit to open your phone and leave it more repairable than you found it. Check out why you want to liberate your iPhone.
  • Want to really make your iPhone look cool? Check out our Revelation Kit which allows you to show off the inside of your phone!

Note: This panel is only compatible with the GSM/AT&T iPhone 4. We also sell rear panels for the CDMA/Verizon iPhone 4 and the iPhone 4S.

Kit contents:

  • New iPhone 4 GSM/AT&T Rear Glass Panel
  • iPhone 4/4S Liberation Kit
    • Liberation kit includes phillips screws to replace your pentalobe screws, Philips screwdriver and pentalobe screwdriver.

Compatibility

Identify your iPhone

  • All GSM iPhone 4's (Not iPhone 4S)

Product Details

$19.95 Blank (No Logo) / Fix Kit / Black

 
 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

6 month warranty

Notes:

This panel does not have the Apple logo or any other text on it. Includes all the tools needed to do the repair.

$19.95 Blank (No Logo) / Fix Kit / White

 
 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

6 month warranty

Notes:

This panel does not have the Apple logo or any other text on it. Includes all the tools needed to do the repair.

$14.95 Blank (No Logo) / Part Only / Black

 
 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

6 month warranty

Notes:

This panel does not have the Apple logo or any other text on it. This option does not include tools.

$14.95 Blank (No Logo) / Part Only / White

 
 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

6 month warranty

Notes:

This panel does not have the Apple logo or any other text on it. This option does not include tools.

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Compatibility

iPhone 4
16 GB
32 GB
8 GB
 

Stories

My Problem

My husbands camera was taking blurry pics because the lense of the rear camera was scratched. So we replaced the rear panel. Awesome product, awesome price and awesome shipping time! Highly recommend this complany!

My Fix

Easy

My Advice

Watch video online for a guide.

My Problem

Cracked rear panel of iphone4

My Fix

Very easy repair.

My Advice

Include instructions to remove the plastic on the front and back. It is in the video, but otherwise no mention of it.

My Problem

My partner's Telus iPhone 4 lasted almost 4 years with a broken back, it was time to give it a new one.

My Fix

Everything's working and my partner is happy with the repair!

My Advice

Careful with putting the back on, the fit is tight and you want to make sure it's as far on as you can get it before screwing it back together.

My Problem

Mon iphone4 arreté pas de se redemarrer sans raison de maniere aleatoire.

Ma coque arriere etait cassé.

j'en ai profité pour tout changer.

la commande sur IFIXIT est arrivé en 2 semaines pour la France.

My Fix

J'ai suivi le guide remplacement de la batterie.

clair et précis, l'opération a durée 15 minutes.

sans problème.

My Advice

Je pourrais refaire l'opération facilement si nécessaire.

My Problem

I was lying in bed, sick. My husband, gallant man that he is, tossed the blanket up over my head. To my surprise, however, I heard a loud crash. Peeking out from the blanket, I saw my husband staring at the desk beside the bed. To my right, the bulletin board on the wall had fallen down, scattering items from the little shelf below. Well, no matter, right?

Except nothing fallen over accounted for the loud crash... and where was the big, heavy, glass penny jar?

That's when I saw the jar, stuck between the desk and the bed. And that's when I saw my iPhone 4G, the back utterly smashed. My poor hubby felt terrible.

My Fix

Thankfully, I knew just what to do. The next morning I looked up trusty www.ifixit.com to find parts. Except...THEY WERE OUT OF iPHONE BACKS! I put in my request for notification and started looking at other sources for parts.

Nothing I saw online by any other company seemed to be as quality as the part on ifixit.com. So left my phone aside for a week and waited. My hubby continued to feel awful about breaking my iPhone.

After I finally ordered the part, it came within three days! Hooray for ifixit's shipping department! My piece arrived safe and sound in the excellent package, and within five minutes I had it installed. Well...more like fifteen minutes. The THREE plastic shields goofed me up for a moment. Thankfully, my husband got his moment of redemption when he spotted the last shield and removed it for me. Hooray! He might have broke my iPhone, but I couldn't have got the repair done without him.

While waiting for the part, I shared on Facebook that my phone was out of commission until I got the part fixed. A friend of mine suggested I call Apple and find out if my phone was under warranty. "A repair will only cost you $49 if you have it!" he said.

Meh, who needs Apple Care when you can do it yourself for $15? Huzzah for enabling self-repair, ifixit! My friend responded to my "Who needs Apple?" response with, "You are as hardcore as expected." Boo-yeah.

With the repair completed, I have a gloriously Apple-logo-free iPhone and a happy husband. What more can I ask for?

My Advice

My only suggestion, aside from "DO THIS REPAIR YOURSELF AND SAVE $$$", is to pay attention to those little plastic shields on the new part. The last one covers the camera lens and it's very small, so small I thought it was actually a part of the back. When trying to install the back, it took a lot to push it down all the way (1st clue) and the screws wouldn't go all the way in (2nd clue). So do yourself a favor and make sure ALL the shields are removed from the new back.