iSclack

$24.95

Product code: IF145-243-1

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iSclack

$24.95

Product code: IF145-243-1

Product Overview

Open your iPhone in a Snap

  • Specifically engineered to open the iPhone 5, the iSclack is the simplest way to pop open an iPhone 5.
  • The iSclack also works for opening iPhone 5S, 5C, 6, and 6 Plus, though it should not be used on any previous generation of iPhone.

PRODUCT PHOTO NOTE: The handle on most recent revision of the iSclack is slightly different than shown here and does not have the holes through it. We will update the photo soon.

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Product Details

  $24.95

 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

Standard warranty

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My Problem

iPhone Battery issue.

My Fix

This tool is so easy to use. I have used the suction cup that comes with the tool pack to replace iPhone batteries before and it usually takes me about 10 minutes of frustration to finally get it separated and open. But with the iSclack after you remove the screws, applied the suction cups, BOOM it is open.

My Advice

Definitely recommend this to anyone wanting to get into an iPhone!

My Problem

I fixed it because it ha front and back screen broken.

My Fix

The repair went great it's fixed.

My Advice

None i did it on my own.

My Problem

Battery life dwindling, exacerbated by a flaky lightning connector that would not stay connected.

My Fix

About 90 minutes total, the only real problem was that the adhesive under the battery on both sides broke before it came completely out. I was able to pry up an edge of the old battery and with the pointed end of the spudger to get the adhesive gathered enough to get it going again. All else was smooth and buttery.

My Advice

When replacing the lightning connector, there is a small metal and plastic peice that goes under the home button connector. In the disassembly instructions, the speaker is removed before that piece, which is fine for disassembly. During reassembly, however, it works better to put in the speaker before that piece so you don't have to slide the point of the speaker assembly underneath it.

My Problem

I have repaired dozens of devices, but never water damaged iPhones. I repaired an iPhone 6 and iPhone 5 that both had been dropped into a pool. They were put into rice bags and began to work, but the screen was giving off weird colors. The iPhone 5s had some compression damage and the screen needed to be replaced.

My Fix

The process went just as planed. No problems. The iSclack made the process a dream. No cut wires, no unhappy customers.

My Advice

Be patient. These repairs take time and steady hands. Don't get cocky and focus on the task at hand. It will get repaired in the appropriate amount of time.

My Problem

So happy with my I6 of two weeks. Then into the sink, which of course had about 4 inches of water in it. After drying, aided by the iSclack, I got everything back but reading the SIMS card. Took it to many places, even someguy who soaked it in a solution for 4 hours, but to no avail.

Any suggestions?

My Fix

Didn't get it to work. Was told it would make a good paper weight.

My Advice

Don't dunk.

My Problem

Battery life very very short

My Fix

Took me 20 min being extra careful. Did not need to take apart the screen, just watch being below 80 degrees and taking extra attention to that ribbon cable on top. Hardest part prying out batt.

My Advice

No need for messing with detaching the screen, Add the black rubber from original connector, adhesion might be not as good but it will get clamped in place once battery connector bracket is position.

Btw wait for the click sound once you put new batt connector in place.

My Problem

My daughter dropped her iPod, denting the corner and shattering the screen.

My Fix

Used the iFixit guide for this repair and ordered the replacement front panel assembly. I took my time and reviewed the guide steps multiple times. Once I got the broken panel off, I took a break and basked in my success thus far. Installing the new assembly went smoothly.

The only two downsides were 1) the home button did not work post-repair (or maybe it was already a problem?). Luckily the iPod "assistant" function was on, so the Home functionality still lives. 2) The drop dented the metal corner of the case. The new glass didn't want to easly fit within the case. But some additional adhesive and overnight gentle pressure fit things together.

My Advice

1. Take your time.

2. Read, re-read, and review the guide as you go along.

3. Be gentle. The ribbon cables and micro connectors are delicate.

4. The wifi antenna in the upper left corner is held by a screw and a foam adhesive pad. The adhesive pad became unstuck or torn. But after reassembly, wifi works fine.

5. The doublesided tape strips provided by the kit were a bit lacking. I carefully used a very small bit of silicon adhesive glue along the outer edge.

My Problem

I sadly dropped my new iPhone 5s and the screen was shattered. I had to go back to using my 4s then that phone broke, so it was either get my 5s fixed or pay 600 dollars for a new phone.

My Fix

The repair went great. It was cool to see what everything is for in the inside of my phone. My new screen works very well and the repair was so easy with the step by step instructions.

My Advice

Do the repair yourself! I was so scared that I would mess it up, but it was so easy. You got this!

My Problem

Cracked Screen

My Fix

Isckack didnt stick because of a Tag that was already on the Iphone

My Advice

Buy the Nat

My Problem

Going flat

My Fix

Great.

My Advice

You don't need to take the front screen off. I just held the screen at 90 deg to the phone with cable connected. Unscrewed the battery connection removed the battery and replace with new one and I was done all within five minutes. But I love your videos of all the repairs - keep up the great work. Without you I would be lost.

Grant

Australia