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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Jeff G's Story Photo #1312280

My Problem

I encountered the terrible performance hit when I went from iOS10 to iOS11 on my iPhone 6. There was talk that replacing the battery would allow iOS11 to return the phone to better performance, so I decided to have a go at it since I've replaced batteries in a iPod Touch 4, iPhone 4S, and iPhone 5.

My Fix

I . . .

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My Problem

Non-Responsive screen

My Fix

Fast & easy.

My Advice

Edge on replacement screen has a ridge around the outer edge. This does no effect performance but does change he feel of the phone.

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My Problem

The 'battery problem'.

My Fix

Pretty simple. The old adhesive strips pulled out easily enough.

My Advice

Get an extra set of adhesive strips...mine went bad very quickly the first time, just being clumsy. Something stuck to the adhesive and they were toast.

The iSclack tool is surprisingly effective!

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My Problem

phone was running slow ( 600-900 Mhz as reported by cpu-dasherx)

My Fix

ok, the screen seal was tricky to get off and the guide didn't mention the fact that if you use a new seal it will stick to the screen while you attempt to reconnect the screen cables. it was tricky to get it back together because of . . .

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My Problem

The autofocus on my rear-facing camera would just pulse and never settle on a focus setting.

My Fix

The repair was easy. There only two sticky points. First when plugging in the display cable, it is kind of fiddly and ended up using my fingers but never got a confident seating like the other cables. The sec . . .

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My Problem

The battery was at the end of it's useful life. Would go from full-charge to depleted in about 2 hours. Would no longer hold a charge.

My Fix

The repair was easy. I followed the iFixit Battery Repair Guide. I'd previously replaced batteries in iPhone 5's, following the iFixit guides and had no problem at . . .

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My Problem

Battery was draining too quickly and battery indicator was dropping from 30% to LOW Battery Message.

My Fix

This was my second time performing a battery replacement and it went much faster. Purchased the iSclack this time around and it worked like a charm, but not necessary for the repair.

My Advice

Removing the batt . . .

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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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