iScrews iPhone Screw Trays

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iScrews iPhone Screw Trays

$5.95 Was $6.95
You save $1.00!

Product code: IF145-261

Product Overview

iScrews is a cardboard tray with individual compartments for every screw in your iPhone model.

These are great for techs to use over and over or just one repair.

Product Details

$5.95 iPhone 3G/3GS

 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Only works for the iPhone 3G and 3GS

$6.95 iPhone 4S

 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Only works with the iPhone 4S (iPhone 4S with Siri)

$7.95 iPhone 5

 

Condition:

New

$7.95 iPhone 5c

 

Condition:

New

$7.95 iPhone 5s

 

Condition:

New

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Stories

My Problem

I'd dropped my iPhone 4 and smashed the rear glass panel. Genius Bar replacement cost in Australia appeared to be north of AUD$200 !

I took the opportunity to order other useful tools and accessories from the iFixit web site which all came in at less than half the cost of glass panel repair in Australia!

My Fix

My order arrived from the USA within 3 days! Fantastic!

Following MJ's step by step guide on the iFixit web site, the repair was completed in around 90 seconds. Awesome! I was really impressed.

The repair explanation was very clear and all the parts were excellent, well presented and packaged in an iFixit box.

My Advice

Check out the cost of repairing an item yourself versus paying over the counter repair cost.

If you have the right equipment, like the excellent iFixit Pro Tech Tool Kit, and you follow the clear iFixit web site instructions I'm sure you'll be as surprised as I was as to how much easier, and less costly, it is to do your own repair.

Having bought an iFixit Pro Tech Tool Kit to initially test my inexperienced repair skills, by sacrificing the memory on a MacBook Pro with a smashed screen to create a workable MacBook Pro with a caput memory. The task was successfully completed which has led to friends asking for me to check out their old and/or failing out of warranty Apple equipment.

Good luck.

My Problem

My iPhone 5 power button only worked sometimes. For a few dollars I replaced the power cable and battery and should be good for another 2 years. The new iPhone 6 is just not in the budget right now.

My Fix

The guides were great. Couldn't do the job without them. The pictures could be a little clearer with more detail. The Audio/Power Button replacement cable take a long time to replace. Over 2 hours for me and that's probably only because I was being extra cautious. I ordered 2 cables so I can replace my sons iPhone where the volume button isn't working.

My Advice

The tweezers are a must. Be careful picking up the screws they sometimes want to pop out and fly across the kitchen.Took 15 minutes to locate a lost screw. The iScrews iPhone tray is also a must but seemed to lack all the screw locations when dismantling 95% of the phone. Next job I may consider buying a pack of extra screws.

My Problem

My niece dropped and shattered her IPhone 5s screen. After looking at the iFixit iPhone 5s Display Assembly Replacement, I thought I would try replacing the screen myself.

My Fix

I placed tape over the broken screen, before attaching the suction cup. The screen was weak from the cracks, so I used a sharp point of a knife to pry open the screen. Then, with the iFixit guide on my iPad , I went step by step(slowly) and finished the repair in about 30 minutes. My only problem was the home button cable fastener. The fastener came off easy, but I was expecting the cable to be attached to it. Just a minor detail which slowed down my reassembly.

My Advice

I had both the iFixit magnetic mat and the iScrews iPhone Screw tray. A parts holder makes it easier to keep up with the small parts. The magnetic mat is suitable for a screen replacement. The iScrews iPhone Screw Tray would be more helpful with repairs to the iPhone body.

Finally, a thank you to Annette in tech support for her help!

My Problem

Total blackout. After a popular "waterproof" case failed while snorkeling on vacation, threw my phone in a bag of rice and took it to a repair guy, the phone worked again after an ultrasonic isopropyl bath. But, it was never the same, it suffered a slow and painful death within the next 6 months poor battery performance, loss of volume and power button function, and screen sensitivity issues.

My Fix

Great! I am no iphone pro. But knew my way around tiny electronics. Had it back together in little over an hour.

My Advice

Get the screw placement placard, keeps you organized when you get into the guts. Love my Ifixit tools.

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My Problem

After having fixed the battery and speaker issue, ( https://www.ifixit.com/Story/12618/iphon... ), I had noticed that even when plugged in, every now and then, the iphone 4S would just suddenly start discharging, as if it were not plugged in. Also, when I replaced the speaker in my previous repair, I did notice that there was some warpage of the old speaker assembly, as if that part of the speaker assembly got excessively hot. From those two things, I assumed there was a possible short in the dock connector assembly.

My Fix

The repair went quite smoothly. That iScrews iPhone Screw tray comes in handy for the repair process, in making sure I know where every screw I removed went.

I delayed writing this success story, to verify that the intermittent discharging while plugged in problem was no longer present, and the problem is indeed fixed. Darned good thing I did buy the dock connector assembly even when I thought I didn't previously need it.

My Advice

Replacing that rubber spacer can be rather tricky. Just take your time, and get a good light source.

My Problem

Vertical lines on the screen on my 4s.

My Fix

Replaced the screen assembly, I needed to turn all but two screws in my phone. Mostly smooth, I pulled a little too hard on the upper mic cable (part of the headphone jack assembly) without enough prying and tore the cable. After he parts come in for that I need to open it again. Minus my mistake, everything else went perfectly.

My Advice

iScrews tray, Anti Static tray, and a professional pentalobe screwdriver are essential.

My Problem

My iPhone was getting to 20% battery or less, and then dying like the battery was dead. Plug it in, and it would come to life at the smae battery % as when it shut off. Apple tested it, and the battery looked real good. We did a complete re-flash and hard reset, but the problem persisted. Checked it again a few weeks later and the battery health had deteriorated quite a lot. Battery replacement was the cheapest option.

My Fix

The mildly terrifying part: pulling on that suction cup. I mean, I'm no 98lb weakling, and I was pulling with pretty much everything I had with no obvious result. I thought either I'd break the glass or rip the wires when the thing finally exploded on me. But, I kept a steady pull and eventually (probably around 4-5 minutes later) a corner started to lift and I could get the separating tool in. Once that was done, it was pretty straightforward, almost exactly like the guide. Total time: 15 minutes.

My Advice

Each connector has a small foam pad glued to the back of it. They overlap and end up glued to each other. Just be careful when prying them up, and make sure to separate them before trying to reconnect.

My Problem

I had pushed so hard on the screen for about 2 years it became darkened with blotches and dark streaks. I could no longer read or see the screen info below the Blotches. I tried to heat remove and loosen up the glass from the display only after I had charged it for 48 hours straight with the screen left on. Yes it got very hot but would not separate its self. So I found iFixit.com on youtube looking for answers and how to repair videos and just as important OEM PARTS!!! :)

My Fix

It went very well except i had to end up wearing my driving glasses with my bi focal glasses over them to see how to put back the tiny ass screws lol lmao. :) Glad I purchased the best tools. Like the Sim Card remover, iPhone test Strip, Magnetic Mat in which I cut up and put the squares into the Static Free Project Tray that was really cool lol Sure glad I got the Marco Bit Set the little phillips I got with the phone assembly kept on losing magnetic abilities that was a pain in the BUTT. lol any way :) The little suction cup that came with the repair kit way not doable my iPhone 5 was glued like a rock. Glad i purchased the iSlack it worked perfectly. the anti-static brush small worked perfect to clean the dust away and clean up before case closure. It was simple and easy with the right tools wish i could have afforded the magnification lamp lol. Thank you iFixit your web site will have to get my size of shirts " 3xxx " so I can brigg on you all. lol I would not have a like new iPhone 5 NOW if it were not for you. Thank you again, Terry.

My Advice

Yes, make sure to spend the little extra for the best tools to ensure the proper repair without damages and greef and time consuming eye strain. lmao lol :) would not let me add a photo i tried dragging uploading but no cigar lol

My Problem

After replacing the display and screen, I found that the home button was broken. ordered it and it came in a few days.

My Fix

Dismantling the entire iPhone was easier - since I already did it twice. This time I followed the directions, and as easy as pie!! Replaced the button, completed the project in a short time and it works!

My Advice

As I have mentioned in another project - take your time - follow iFixit's direction.

My Problem

Phone would die after a couple of hours after being off the charger.

My Fix

Repair went ok, I got it back together but had white lines across the screen. After reading the FAQ found that the screen cables sometimes do not get all the way locked down and have to be put together. Took it back apart after the great tips and it's worked great ever since.

My Advice

Definitely follow the step by step video as it proved to be very useful.