iPhone 4 Display Assembly (CDMA/Verizon)

$34.95

Product code: IF189-000

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iPhone 4 Display Assembly (CDMA/Verizon)

$34.95

Product code: IF189-000

Product Overview

Everything you need to fix a broken screen.

  • A brand-new replacement screen for any CDMA (e.g. Verizon/Sprint) iPhone 4. Each screen is hand inspected and cleaned by an iFixit tech.
  • Already have the tools on hand? Select the "Part Only" option.
  • Missing a tool or two? Select the "Fix Kit" option and get everything you need.
  • You may also want to consider getting a nifty screen protector, so that your new iPhone display assembly can play nice with your keys.
  • This part includes the front camera bezel and speaker mesh.
  • This part will only work in a CDMA iPhone 4.

Kit contents:

Compatibility

Identify your iPhone

  • All CDMA iPhone 4 (Not iPhone 4S)

Product Details

$39.95 Fix Kit / Black

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Includes all the tools to do the repair.

$39.95 Fix Kit / White

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Includes all the tools to do the repair.

$34.95 Part Only / Black

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This option does not include tools.

$34.95 Part Only / White

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This option does not include tools.

$19.95 Used / Part Only / White / B-Stock

 
 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Notes:

This used part will have significant cosmetic wear.

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Compatibility

iPhone 4 Verizon
16 GB
32 GB
8 GB
 

Stories

My Problem

No touch response to bottom 1/3 of screen.

My Fix

I had an iPhone 4 CDMA (Verizon), the bottom of the screen (where you swipe to unlock) would no longer respond to touch. Ordered new screen (screen and digitizer are attached to each other), and followed the guide. I would suggest looking at the sub-pictures for each step (especially 36), they include helpful and important info.

I left the following comment on Step 17 about an "extra" rubber piece that fell out during reassembly:

"There's a little rubber piece that you can see in the Step 17 & Step 21 pictures just above the yellow sticker. It fits over the edge of the board where the two ribbon cables from the display/digitizer come up through the board (Step 36). It's there to make sure the ribbon cables don't rub against the sharp edge of the board. This piece loves to fall out when pulling the logic board off. Make sure to put it back in when routing the cables in Step 36, thin edge on the bottom, thicker edge on the top."

My Advice

Take your time, be careful with all the ribbon cables. Pay attention to the main picture and sub pictures of each step.

My Problem

Mother broke front screen on her iPhone 4

My Fix

Went good I've done this replacement several times for family and friends.

My Advice

Use ifixit parts Amazon parts are cheap and don't work properly, in turn you have to do something several times instead of just once.

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My Problem

My daughter dropped the phone outside on our concrete steps. Not a pretty site.

My Fix

Replacing the display was fun and very cool. The online version of the step-by-step guide had incredibly sharp, high res close ups for each step and really made it easy to compare against my phone's innards. It probably took me about 4 hours combined to complete but I have significantly shaky hands so that probably added an hour to the process. Upon completion, I was amazed to see the phone actually power on, but soon realized all was not well when it started rebooting shortly after coming up and would only boot if plugged into AC charger. I did some checking on the ifixit forums and saw numerous posts regarding the battery and/or battery cable connection. Sure enough, the standoff that the battery terminal screws into was itself, not fully screwed down, preventing a good connection. Took care of it and now it's running like a champ.

My Advice

The one thing that greatly reduced guesswork (particularly on reassembly) was using a screw template. These little buggers are so small and are of minutely varying lengths. Very hard to distinguish simply by sight. The template keeps the screws separated by step and lets you keep track of what screw went where.

My Problem

I had an iphone4 that I had kept after I upgraded so that I could use it as a testing device while I'm at work (Im a digital producer). The screen and back panel had been cracked from getting out of the car a little too fast and it dropping on the pavement.

After getting quotes for $100 to fix a phone I'm only going to use to test websites on, I figured I'd give fixing it myself a try.

My Fix

At first I was naive in thinking this would be a pretty quick fix. Unfortunately, Apply designed these so that it's pretty tedious to switch out the display. Following the guide on this site, and with good lighting, some wine, and about an hour+ of time, I was able to switch out the displays.

I followed all of the slides in reverse to put the screen back in and it was no issue at all. It powered on, and now I have a new display.

My Advice

If you don't have a magnetic pad, like me, take a sheet of paper out and fold all the edges about 1cm in, making a pan-shape. With each screw and each piece you remove, document it on the sheet and leave the piece on the paper - circled or specified as the part it is.

There are so many different mm screws that you will want to document every piece and where it came from so that there are less questions as you put it back together. And make sure you have good lighting!

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My Problem

Dropped my iPhone and shattered front glass.

No warranty and upgrade on the phone was too expensive.

Repair estimate for glass alone was $70.

My Fix

I ordered the repair kit which included tools to make the repair. I also ordered replacement battery.

Received both within 3 days.

No instructions came with the kits.

Used the instructions found on u-tube but still had to guess at a couple of steps because a couple of the components were not the same on my phone as depicted in the video.

Followed the instructions and completed the repair in a little under 4 hours.

My Advice

Read instructions then read again and read again.

Follow the instructions to the letter.

Take your time.

Recommend using a lighted magnifying glass because some of the screws are very small, particularly if you are over 70 years old and have vision issues.

If you like a challenge then go for it.

My Problem

My Front panel was cracked.

My Fix

Used the ifixit repair quides and all went well.

My Advice

Take your time, use a very clean workspace.

My Problem

Shattered front display. Fixed it to maintain the value of the phone.

My Fix

The repair went very well and was successful. The biggest issue experienced was removing small shards of shattered glass from the sticky sealing areas. I used a pair of tweezers for removal.

My Advice

The repair kit and installation should be considered before abandoning a repairable phone because the old phone may be tied to an attractive preexisting rate plan. A replacement phone may require a new less attractive long-term contract, higher rate plan, cost of a new phone and other additional charges.

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My Problem

Cracked front glass

My Fix

it was challenging but easy with the guides provided. Hardest part is the small screws.

My Advice

have a magnifier glass and light to be able to see more clearly what type of screws you are taking out. Also do not press hard on front screen when trying to put back plate on. I broke the replacement face at the top by Microphone. but is operational.

My Problem

Dropped phone out of coat pocket after three plus years without a case and finally cracked and i don't want to get an expensive new phone that is so big that is barely fits in my hand

My Fix

The repair was simple when following the ifixit guide it takes a little patience to not loose any of the little screws am would recommend the kit because the tools in the kit are really helpful and make it a good deal.

My Advice

When taking phone apart keep the pieces and the screws that go with it together and separate from the others. And it helps to have a small Phillips screw drive that is not magnetic for when putting the phone back together but the magnet one helps when taking apart.

My Problem

the screen went bad

My Fix

ifixit sent me a new screen and my buddy from church installed it

My Advice

easiest thing i ever did