iPhone 4S Display Assembly

$34.95

Product code: IF115-000
Apple Part #: 821-0999, 821-0695

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iPhone 4S Display Assembly

$34.95

Product code: IF115-000
Apple Part #: 821-0999, 821-0695

Product Overview

Make sure you have identified your iPhone correctly. You can ID Your iPhone here in one quick step.

Everything you need to fix a broken screen.

  • A brand-new replacement screen for any iPhone 4S. 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 an iPhone 4S.
  • Does not include home button.

Kit contents:

Compatibility

Identify your iPhone

  • iPhone 4S

Product Details

  • LCD: Apple Retina Display

$39.95 Fix Kit / Black

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This kit contains the part and all tools needed. This display assembly will only work in an iPhone 4s. It will not work in an iPhone 4.

$39.95 Fix Kit / White

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This kit contains the part and all tools needed. This display assembly will only work in an iPhone 4s. It will not work in an iPhone 4.

$34.95 Part Only / Black

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This option does not include tools. This display assembly will only work in an iPhone 4s. It will not work in an iPhone 4.

$34.95 Part Only / White

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This option does not include tools. This display assembly will only work in an iPhone 4s. It will not work in an iPhone 4.

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

 
 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Notes:

This used part will have significant cosmetic wear.

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Compatibility

iPhone 4S
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
 

Stories

Polymerist's Story Photo #590993
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My Problem

Decided my mom needed an upgrade from her 3GS, so decided to buy an iPhone 4S for her. Bought one with broken screen and back glass for cheap. Got a new back glass for $5 on eBay and this kit and fixed it up. Now she has a phone that cost me less than $75 and a gift made with love.

My Fix

The repair was relatively painless. Went much better than the DSi XL that is still defunct on my workbench. Took me about an hour. Had a little hiccup when I put everything back together -- the display was not coming on and a repeating "ding" sound would play (same one that plays when you plug your phone into power). Opened the phone back up and redid the dock connector cable and display cables, put everything back together, and I was good to go.

My Advice

I don't trust myself with remembering which screw goes where or even with differentiating between 1.5 and 1.3 mm. So I made a Post-It note for every step that required taking off a part and placed the items on each one in approximate arrangement of how they would go back (e.g., screw #1 in upper corner, screw #2 in middle, etc.). In other words, take your time, organize, and make sure you have enough space.

Make sure the cables snap into place correctly. Sometimes, you might hear a "click" and think it's in there right, but double check by trying to move it with the spudger.

My Problem

My Iphone slid off the coffee pot, and fell hard onto the time floor. This caused the screen to crack to the point that I couldn't see the display clearly.

My Fix

Patience and a steady hand are required to have a successful repair. The screws and parts are small so have a plan in effect for the repair. The outcome is rewarding and you will be happy with results.

My Advice

I advise that you set up a clean workstation. As you start to disassemble the phone, according to the online instructions, put the parts in order from top to bottom per disassembly section. There are many different size screws and shields that need to be replaced exactly. As I removed each section I staged them on top of workstation. I then worked my way down in a row. When time to reassemble just work your way up in reverse.

My Problem

Broken front screen and back glass panel.

My Fix

This is my 2nd time replacing the screen...LOL!! Easy fix, no problems or issues. Screen works well!!

My Advice

1st time users, take your time or you'll lose parts.

My Problem

Three foot drop on concrete shattered the screen on my 4s. I decided to fix it for the fun of it. Built and fixed many other kinds of computers (yep, i learned to program with punch cards!) and it seemed about time to crack it open.

My Fix

Great! Immediately upon replacing the front screen it fired right up and i was texting successful in 10 seconds! Whats not to like....Okay, my first surprise (not sure why) is how small everything was, but ya, how else do you get this power at this size. What is found amazing, after I got my magnifying glass handy was how easy it really was. After I cracked it open I could not imagine every getting the ribbons reconnected again as small as they were. But it turned out to be fairly easy after all.

My Advice

For first timers just dig in and get going. The online IFIXIT instructions and videos were spot on. A few areas for those repairing the screen to watch out for....just plan to remove the headphone jack and use the IFIXIT instructions, you'll never get the screw back in the corner if you don't; Pay close attention to the new ribbon cables when attaching the new screen. Make sure they are about the same length. If they are not you may have kinked a cable (i did) and they will never reach the attachment points on the motherboard. I had to pull it apart and thread them back through the chassis to get it right. And lastly, leave a little extra time and enjoy it. Overall the new parts fit perfect, the instructions were spot on, and it was fun!

My Problem

short story: brother smashed sisters' iphone 4S into a wall. Display and front glass broke. sister got new iphone from brother. I got the broken one for free. it would be a nice update to my ancient demented iphone 3GS

My Fix

The repair took its time and I'd rate it as difficult. The only problem I had was when the new display was installed and the motherboard was installed, i noticed that the cable from the display was folded so it wasn't long enough to connect to the motherboard. I had to dissemble the whole thing again to pull the cable through completely. After a good hour of work everything was done and the phone worked perfectly. sadly now I noticed that the rear camera is not working as it should be. replacing that will be for another time I guess.

My Advice

First of all: USE THE RIGHT TOOLS or you will f**k everything up!

The repair is difficult. I've repaired my macbook pro several times so I knew more or less what I was doing, but I would recommend ppl who've never done this before to read the guide very carefully. Always watch out for little cables/attachments when removing a component, don't just pull that thing away.

My Problem

Iphone 4s screen was replaced in INdia with a shabby product that failed after a month

My Fix

Handling the tiny screws was the most difficult. I learned to aim very slow and straight to get them in. I gave up on the corner screws.

Second issue was being very careful to have all the connectors free and not caught under the logic board. I had to undo things once.

I ended up using a set of small screwdrivers from Radio SHack for half the work.

Another tip is to make a paper and draw circles for each piece removed and the step associated, so it is easy to retrace steps, THis should be an essential part of the kit IMO.

My Advice

Study the return steps before beginning the return, to make sure you know about all the right places for the connectors.

Use a system for identifying the parts. I drew circles on paper and numbered them with the steps.

teeteebaby5's Story Photo #573498

My Problem

Dropped my iphone 4S flat on its face. Glass did not crack but LCD was dead. No warranty and was not interested in getting a newer model iphone so I opted with this cheap fix.

My Fix

Was a little skeptical of the tools being cheap after reading other reviews, but they did the job for the most part. I had extreme difficulty unscrewing the battery connector screws in step 4. I at first thought the screwdriver was too big, but the screws may have been stripped. I eventually got them out and the repair went smoothly there after. Took about 3.5 hours for the full repair. Screen quality is ok, HOWEVER! I did notice a yellow spot on the lower left hand corner of the screen after reassembly. A couple of forums have suggested that it is due to pressure from tight screws during reassembly but, there are no screws in that area. I just hope that the screen isn't defective and the spot will not spread. I do not want to have to replace the screen yet again, although the fix was simple (besides the stripped screws). Although the spot is annoying, I have my screen back so I will tolerate it. I consider the fix a slight success.

My Advice

To unscrew the stripped screws I put a little piece of masking tape over the screw for grip.

sejdiverse's Story Photo #570600

My Problem

The phone had no apparent damage, but the screen had vertical stripes moving like northern lights. Sometimes it was possible to read the screen after a 5-10 min.

My Fix

The package arrived as promised. I used the online step by step guide. Great photos and color coding. Made a piece of paper with 40 squares numbered 1-40. I would put the screws etc from step 1 on square 1 and so forth. Had some colored pens to make colored corners to follow the color coding in the guide, red screw in red corner... This was my first Iphone repair so I was VERY meticulous, and probably spend 2 hrs 30 min on the project, nothing difficult just a lot of very tiny screws and bits....

My Advice

DON'T save the pennies, but get the assembly kit, made my life so much easier. Take your time.....

My Problem

Black screen without any crackles - display replaced.

My Fix

Very nice online guides! Have it already done twice.

My Advice

The cables of the new display frist were not correctly placed and I only noticed it when they were too short to reach the plugs. Had to go back and then every thing was perfect!

Thank you guys!

My Problem

Broken screen

My Fix

My 12 yr old son demanded that he fix it himself. I thought for sure this was going to be an easy $40 down the drain. Lo & behold he fixed it! It was a tedious job as literally every piece had to be taken out. It took him two days to complete because it was getting late & he had to get to bed. He had ran into a few bumps trying to put the tiny screws back. That's it!

My Advice

You must have patience & organized. Otherwise you won't know where anything goes. Also go in YouTube to help guide you through