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[* icon_note] It''It may be possible to remove the battery simply by pulling on the plastic pull-tab. If this is insufficient, however, proceed with the prying outlined in this step.step.''
[* black] Inserticon_caution] Use the edge of a plastic opening tool betweento '''gently''' pry the battery andup, '''only at the rear casethree points shown'''. Prying anywhere else, especially near the bottom the iPhone.
[* black] Run the
clear plastic opening tool along the right edge of the battery and pry up at several pointspull tab, '''may result in damage to completely separate it from the adhesive securing it to the rear caselogic board'''.
[* icon_caution] DoAgain, do not pry up too hard, as thisand only in the locations shown; well above and below the clear plastic pull tab. Otherwise, you may permanently deform or puncture the battery or damage the logic board.
[* icon_caution] Avoid prying anywhere where chips are exposed on the logic board, such as near the clear plastic pull tab, to avoid breaking them off.
[* icon_note] It''It may be possible to remove the battery simply by pulling on the plastic pull-tab. If this is insufficient, however, proceed with the prying outlined in this step.step.''
[* black] Inserticon_caution] Use the edge of a plastic opening tool betweento '''gently''' pry the battery andup, '''only at the rear casethree points shown'''. Prying anywhere else, especially near the bottom the iPhone.
[* black] Run the
clear plastic opening tool along the right edge of the battery and pry up at several pointspull tab, '''may result in damage to completely separate it from the adhesive securing it to the rear caselogic board'''.
[* icon_caution] DoAgain, do not pry up too hard, as thisand only in the locations shown; well above and below the clear plastic pull tab. Otherwise, you may permanently deform or puncture the battery or damage the logic board.
[* icon_caution] Avoid prying anywhere where chips are exposed on the logic board, such as near the clear plastic pull tab, to avoid breaking them off.