iPhone 5s/SE LCD Screen and Digitizer Full Assembly - Choice

$54.95

Product code: IF124-000

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iPhone 5s/SE LCD Screen and Digitizer Full Assembly - Choice

$54.95

Product code: IF124-000

Product Overview

This part will only work in an iPhone 5s or iPhone SE. It will not work in an iPhone 5c or iPhone 5. Identify your iPhone correctly in one step.

The Touch ID function will only work with your phone's original home button assembly. This replacement part does not include the home button. You will need to transfer the button assembly from your old display to retain Touch ID.

Fix Kit contents:

  • New iPhone 5s/SE LCD Screen and Digitizer Full Assembly
  • Spudger
  • Pentalobe 5-point screwdriver
  • Phillips #000 screwdriver
  • Plastic opening tool
  • Small Suction Cup
  • Alcohol Prep Pad


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Compatibility

Identify your iPhone

  • All iPhone 5s and iPhone SE models

Product Details

$54.95 Fix Kit / Black

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This part will only work in an iPhone 5s or iPhone SE. It will not work in an iPhone 5c or iPhone 5.

$54.95 Fix Kit / White

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This part will only work in an iPhone 5s or iPhone SE. It will not work in an iPhone 5c or iPhone 5.

$49.95 Part Only / Black

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This option does not include tools. This part will only work in an iPhone 5s or iPhone SE. It will not work in an iPhone 5c or iPhone 5.

$49.95 Part Only / White

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This option does not include tools. This part will only work in an iPhone 5s or iPhone SE. It will not work in an iPhone 5c or iPhone 5.

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Replacement Guides

iPhone 5s

Difficulty: Moderate

iPhone SE

Difficulty: Moderate

 

Compatibility

iPhone 5s
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
iPhone SE
A1662 US AT&T/T-Mobile/Verizon
A1723 US Sprint and Global
A1724 Mainland China
 

Stories

My Problem

The screen was cracked and customer was complaining about the touch screen being unresponsive

My Fix

Took an hour... should have been less.

My Advice

Due to the nature of the "accident", the metal bumper was damaged when the phone hit the ground. which made installation of the new screen more difficult. The tolerance of the replacment screen from ifixit was a perfect fit... if the phone hadn't been damaged. So I needed to modify the components to fit. Easy install and the instructions were spot on!!!

My Problem

Cracked screen

My Fix

Repair went easily. This was the second time on this phone.

My Advice

The first time I did this, I ended up with a display panel that was not flush with the case at the top. What I had not noticed was a flange on the inside of the panel that was to slide over a lip on the inside of the case. When I put it together, I crushed the extensions on this flange and the case would not fit against the display. Ended up with a crack on the display when it was used for a just a little while.

On the second repair, I finally noticed the flange after crushing the extensions again. I pried off the plastic extension pieces, and the display fit flush against the case, albeit not without some flex. You of course should not have to pry them off, but just fit them properly to begin with.

It is probably obvious to most people, but if you don't know, be sure to slide the flange on the inside of the top of the display onto the case, and fit it before you try to press down on the sides or bottom. This is not obvious from the teardown, since it really is not an issue at that point, but you need to know when you put it back together.

My Problem

Shattered screen

My Fix

No problems

My Advice

The full assembly is worth the 5 bucks in time

My Problem

Screen lost responsiveness

My Fix

Repair was easy.

My Advice

Make sure your case isn't bent at all. It will make it hard but still doable to change the screen. Take extreme care when pulling screen so you do not bend the case and damage any circuits internal to the phone.

My Problem

My wive's iPhone 5S phone had a damaged screen.

My Fix

The replacement went fine. The front facing cable connection was difficult to get into place, but eventually it popped in.

My Advice

Careful with the screws around the guard for the home button. These can easily be stripped if using the tools provided in the kit. Fortunately I had additional screwdrivers from other repairs and these were able to be used to get the screws out.

My Problem

The screen was completely shattered

My Fix

Takes quite a while to repair a 5s iPhone but the screen swipe and all buttons worked. It is very hard to remove the screen even with the tools. That is what consumed most of the time. Also, the touch button (Siri) is now hard to engage because I lost the gummy substance that gave the button some play.

My Advice

Give yourself a lot of time and have no distractions.

My Problem

My son dropped his phone and cracked the screen.

My Fix

It was actually very straight forward and easy to do

My Advice

Don't forget to put the "spring" in correctly for the Touch ID. I highly recommend spending the few extra dollars and getting the full assembly.

My Problem

Screen was shattered.

My Fix

Repair went great. Hardest part was getting the home button from the old screen properly aligned in the new one.

My Advice

I think the extra $10 for the kit with camera, microphone, etc was well worth it.

My Problem

Cracked screen

My Fix

Easy

My Advice

Followed the video. Was so easy. Saved $40 vs the mall kiosk and probably got a better screen than what they would have used.

My Problem

I drop my phone a lot. The screen broke.

My Fix

Excellent guide and replacement kit (iPhone 5s/SE LCD Screen and Digitizer Full Assembly). The kit came with everything I needed except tweezers. The cable connections are really really small, so reconnecting everything takes some patience. I'd recommend this to anyone with a broken iPhone screen that likes to fix things. Will be doing this again next time I break my phone. Give yourself a good two hours without distractions.

My Advice

Re: the home button assembly (Step 23). The captive screw has a tiny part called the spring contact. The instructions talk about making sure it's in the correct orientation when you reassemble. It's not really clear from the text what that means. Pay close attention to the oblique picture on Step 23. It shows what the spring contact is and how it's supposed to sit when you are done. It's the little prong that sticks up right behind the screw.

Re: steps 19-21, front camera, LCD and digitizer cable connections. Disconnecting these is easy. Reconnecting them is harder. Especially the front camera. Mine kept popping off. Really make sure all of these are actually connected before you put the phone back together.

Also if you are just replacing the front panel assembly, I'm pretty sure you can skip steps 14-16 which deal with the connection to the battery.

Definitely make some kind of chart or system for keeping track of which screws go where.

When I put the new screen assembly back into the phone, it took some time to make sure it sat correctly. I put the top in first, then pushed in the sides and the bottom last. I had to push surprisingly hard at the bottom to make it go all the way in and sit flush with the edges.