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[* black] Before reaching the connectors inside, we fight throughAfter briefly fighting through some sticky adhesives that secure the display to open the chassiscase, we're faced with another set of repair obstacles—teeny tiny [product|IF145-299|tri-point] screws securing the cable bracket, just like in the 7's [guide|67384|big brother, the 7 Plus|stepid=136472|new_window=true].
[* icon_note] Although adhesives are problematicWorried about where to get such an obscure driver for repair, we acknowledge their role in making this iPhone more dustyour iPhone's eventual battery swap? We've got you covered, and water resistanthave already included it in our [product|IF145-299|64-bit toolkit].
[* black] Before reaching the connectors inside, we fight throughAfter briefly fighting through some sticky adhesives that secure the display to open the chassiscase, we're faced with another set of repair obstacles—teeny tiny [product|IF145-299|tri-point] screws securing the cable bracket, just like in the 7's [guide|67384|big brother, the 7 Plus|stepid=136472|new_window=true].
[* icon_note] Although adhesives are problematicWorried about where to get such an obscure driver for repair, we acknowledge their role in making this iPhone more dustyour iPhone's eventual battery swap? We've got you covered, and water resistanthave already included it in our [product|IF145-299|64-bit toolkit].
[* black] With the front panel and strings of sticky glue out of the way, we whip out our trusty spudger and disconnect the battery. Next, it's time to set our spudger to the task of popping off display connectors.