Skip to main content

Changes to Step #13

Edit by Jeff Suovanen

Edit approved by Jeff Suovanen

Before
After
Unchanged

Step Lines

[* black] Use the tip of a spudger to help guide the headphone jack out of its recess in the rear case.
[* black] Remove the Lightning connector assembly from the iPhone.
[* icon_reminder] ExamineBefore installing or replacing the Lightning connector assembly:
[* black] Use a plastic tool to scour any bits of adhesive residue from the rear case behind the cable.
[* black] Carefully compare
your replacement part, andpart to your original cable carefully to beand make sure they match. Your replacement Lightning connector assembly may be missing certain components that need to be transferred from the original.
[* icon_reminder] ExamineBefore installing or replacing the Lightning connector assembly:
[* black] Use a plastic tool to scour any bits of adhesive residue from the rear case behind the cable.
[* black] Carefully compare
your replacement part, andpart to your original cable carefully to beand make sure they match. Your replacement Lightning connector assembly may be missing certain components that need to be transferred from the original.
[* black] Components that commonly need to be transferred include the headphone jack gasket, rubber microphone cover, and antenna interconnect clip.