4-inch iPhone released in March 2016 with similar hardware specifications to the 6s. Available in Silver, Space Grey, Gold, or Rose Gold with 16/64 GB storage options. Model A1662 and A1723.

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Is it possible to replace the camera flash assembly on the iPhone SE?

I have an iPhone SE that the camera flash doesn't work on. Is it possible to replace the camera flash on it, and if so, what parts would I need?

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Though accurate in your answer @avanteguarde i think they meant the camera flash

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Oh haha! I just assumed that the flash was soldered on, too, since I couldn't find out anywhere else it was.

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It's cool. I can understand why you two would think that earlier option. So the repair I just listed though is not really a simple task. Besides you need to gut the entire phone, there's a post for the power button that is REAL fun to work around

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Hey, at least I got the "really steady hands" part right :-)

Sorry for the mixup.

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Haha you're good @avanteguarde we're glad you're here helping with us

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Yes it is possible, but financially, it would not be realistic.

You would need another working set of iPhone SE flash chips, expensive soldering gear, and really steady hands.

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What part is the flash attached to? Is it the motherboard?

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There are multiple chips soldered on to the motherboard, yes.

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Whoops! Camera flash, not flash storage :P

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