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Current version by: Tom Chai ,

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You have to get one first I think.
 
There are screws just the same as other iPhones. After that maybe the LCD is still a clip on. Remove as before, mind the Touch ID cable.
 
UPDATE: Teardown photo of iPhone 66 (from someone else), showing our old friends: screws and clips
The Touch ID component still goes with the display.
UPDATE: Teardown photo of iPhone 66 (from someone else), showing our old friends: screws and clips
The Touch ID component still goes with the display.
 
[image|388695The Touch ID component still goes with the display, but there is no socket left on the bottom, and the dock connector cable assembly pics leaked before does not show a socket on it. So I believe the Touch ID cable is plugged into the display module instead.

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[image|388695The Touch ID component still goes with the display, but there is no socket left on the bottom, and the dock connector cable assembly pics leaked before does not show a socket on it. So I believe the Touch ID cable is plugged into the display module instead.

[image|388695|align=left
]

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Edit by: Tom Chai ,

Text:

You have to get one first I think.
 
There are screws just the same as other iPhones. After that maybe the LCD is still a clip on. Remove as before, mind the Touch ID cable.
 
UPDATE: Teardown photo of iPhone 6, showing our old friends: screws and clips
The Touch ID component still goes with the display.
 
[image|388695]

Status:

open

Original post by: Tom Chai ,

Text:

You have to get one first I think.

There are screws just the same as other iPhones. After that maybe the LCD is still a clip on. Remove as before, mind the Touch ID cable.

Status:

open