iSclack

iSclack

$24.99

$24.99

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Product Details

Features

Features

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.

Instructions

Product Video

Repair Stories

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dpwe's Story Photo #1117309

My Problem

My iPhone 6 worked like a champ for almost 30 months, but eventually the daily charge/discharge cycle took its toll, and I began to have the experience of the battery not lasting me through a full day.

My Fix

Having damaged an earlier phone when opening it up, I shelled out for the iSclack case opener for . . .

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My Problem

Shattered screw

My Fix

Watch a few how to videos and Walla!

My Advice

This may be way for me but might not be for you. Rate your mechanical skills before doing if your not at least somewhat skillful don’t do, let a professional do it. These parts are tiny and delicate. Also if you do try keep all screws separate t . . .

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My Problem

My wife's iPhone didn't keep a charge longer than an hour.

My Fix

Removing the battery was the most difficult task. Otherwise, the repair went pretty smoothly. The battery connector cable was fairly unwieldy so seating the connector was more difficult than with other iPhones.

My Advice

Skip trying to pull the adhes . . .

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My Problem

Battery life was spent

My Fix

The Repair guides--both video and photo/text--were most helpful and everything went as the guides explained. For those considering tackling such a repair you need to be prepared to deal with extremely small screws, wiring harness plugs and clips. You'll need magnifying glasse . . .

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My Problem

The battery life was very short on my wife's and my iPhone 5c.

My Fix

I did my phone first, it took about an hour as I was careful not to mess up. I had a problem with the adhesive strips breaking. Thesecond phone took twenty minutes..

My Advice

Get the battery removal card or have a mag stripe motel key on hand. U . . .

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My Problem

My wife's iPhone 6 battery reserve was depleting quickly

My Fix

When I opened the case to my wife's iPhone 6, I noticed 3 things:

1) one of the threaded anchors from the display cover frame that receives the pentalobe screws was broken off and fell out. It had clearly been crushed at the lower end -- likel . . .

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My Problem

Battery kept dying

My Fix

Easy repair with the right tools

My Advice

I watched several videos, I did not heat phone w dryer to soften battery glue, in hindsight it would be a good idea,.

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My Problem

You should never dig a ditch with your phone in your back pocket! Shattered my screen some how.

My Fix

Replacement was fairly straight forward. The biggest time consumption was reattaching the four connections at the top of the phone.

My Advice

Best advice I can give? Get yourself a free standing magnifying lens wi . . .

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My Problem

Battery started to behave random, and no recall from Apple, also because I totally enjoy fixing

My Fix

Smooth until the adhesive it almost became a failure, used dental floss to finish the job

My Advice

The guide doesn't stress the way you should be tearing the adhesive strip properly: flat, and towards the speaker on . . .

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My Problem

The phone had a cracked screen. I chose to replace the battery as it was 2.5 years old. The battery replacement is just a few steps more when replacing the screen

My Fix

Everything went well. I did have a few issues with the suction cup kept losing its power from the screen cracks leaking air. It took a . . .

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