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[* black] Use a suction cup or an iSclack to pull up on the glass and create a slight gap between the glass and the metal frame.
[* icon_note] If your display is badly cracked, a suction cup may not adhere. It may help to first cover the display with a layer of packing tape. Alternatively, you can superglue your suction cup to the display.
[* black] Insert an opening pick into the gap.
[*
black] Slide an opening pick around the entire display, cutting the heated adhesive attaching the screendisplay to cut the baseadhesive. Apply more heat as needed.
[* icon_caution] Work carefully—the glass is thin and will crack easily if you try to force it.
[* black] Use a suction cup or an iSclack to pull up on the glass and create a slight gap between the glass and the metal frame.
[* icon_note] If your display is badly cracked, a suction cup may not adhere. It may help to first cover the display with a layer of packing tape. Alternatively, you can superglue your suction cup to the display.
[* black] Insert an opening pick into the gap.
[*
black] Slide an opening pick around the entire display, cutting the heated adhesive attaching the screendisplay to cut the baseadhesive. Apply more heat as needed.
[* icon_caution] Work carefully—the glass is thin and will crack easily if you try to force it.
[* red] There are tabs on the upper right side and upper left side where it is easier to get a tool under the display.
[* icon_note] If you are having trouble, see Step 4 of the [guide|51568|iFixit teardown].

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