iPhone 3GS Front Panel Kit

 
 

iPhone 3GS Front Panel Kit

$14.95

$14.95

Product Details

Features

Features

Use this kit to replace a cracked iPhone 3GS display.

  • Replace a cracked or malfunctioning front panel (touchscreen) on your iPhone 3GS.
  • Installation requires a heat gun or hair dryer (not included).
  • This kit only works for the iPhone 3GS. To repair an iPhone 3G front panel, use this kit.
  • Want to see exactly what's involved? Check out this customer's video of the process.

Kit Contents:

  • iPhone 3GS Front Panel - new glass panel with integrated touch digitizer
  • Adhesive Strips - necessary for installation of the new front panel
  • Phillips #00 Screwdriver - remove external and internal screws
  • Small Suction Cup - for lifting up the old front panel
  • Plastic Spudger - used to safely disconnect internal cables
  • Metal Spudger - especially useful for lifting out pieces of broken glass
 

Compatibility

iPhone 3GS
16 GB
32 GB
8 GB
 

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The front panel glass of my 3Gs was smashed, but everything else worked.

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