iPhone 5 Display Assembly (LCD, Front Panel/Digitizer Only)

$59.95

Product code: IF118-000
Apple Part #: 821-1451-06, 821-1452, 821-1451-06, 821-1452-06

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iPhone 5 Display Assembly (LCD, Front Panel/Digitizer Only)

$59.95

Product code: IF118-000
Apple Part #: 821-1451-06, 821-1452, 821-1451-06, 821-1452-06

Product Overview

This part will only work in an iPhone 5. It will not work in an iPhone 5c or 5s.

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Fix that broken screen!

  • This part does not come with the home button, front camera assembly, earpiece speaker, or the LCD shield plate.
  • You'll need to transfer these parts from your old display assembly to your new part.
  • We do sell the iPhone 5 Display Assembly with Home Button and Front Camera which includes all the smaller parts attached to the inside of the display assembly so you can skip transferring these parts.
  • You may also want to consider getting a nifty screen protector, so that your new iPhone display assembly can play nice with your keys.

Fix Kit contents:

Compatibility

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  • All iPhone 5 Models (Not iPhone 5s or 5c)

Product Details

$59.95 Fix Kit / Black

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This part will only work in an iPhone 5. It will not work in an iPhone 5c or 5s

$59.95 Fix Kit / White

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This part will only work in an iPhone 5. It will not work in an iPhone 5c or 5s

$54.95 Part Only / Black

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This option does not include tools. This part will only work in an iPhone 5. It will not work in an iPhone 5c or 5s

$54.95 Part Only / White

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This option does not include tools. This part will only work in an iPhone 5. It will not work in an iPhone 5c or 5s

 

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Compatibility

iPhone 5
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
 

Stories

My Problem

After 2 years of using this phone without a case because I'm a purist and like how thin it is, I learned that even if I drop it once a week and never break it, if I hand it to someone else, they WILL drop it and it WILL break.

My Fix

I was certainly a bit intimidated because although I work on cars and build engines do very delicate work, I don't work on things quite this small. I followed the guide and it went smooth as glass. I'd agree that the most difficult part is the home button, but all you need is a bit of patience. There's a gasket at the front of the front-facing camera that was askew even since new and I always worried I would get it wrong during reassembly, so I tried to straighten it out, only to tear it slightly, but I just put everything together straight as possible and it's all good.

My Advice

Do remember to aim the camera when reassembling. I'd read this before and found out there is quite a bit of wiggle room in there which I imagine could be problematic.

My Problem

Water got in, lcd panel ruined

My Fix

Followed guide, all went exactly as described. Screen looks brand new again

My Advice

It's beautiful

My Problem

Replace display

My Fix

nice

My Advice

better quality videos

My Problem

Shattered glass, fell on its edge. I looked into just replacing the digitizer, but removing and gluing back the display appeared too much pain.

My Fix

You need lots of light and parts are very tiny. Take your time, I would recommend two hours. If you did it before, you can probably do it in half an hour.

My Advice

Watch the little plastic spacer that is under the metal speaker holder. I took the speaker off, and somehow the little spacer got lost. You can assemble it without the spacer, but the metal holder will be slightly kinked because it presses down where the spacer would go. The spacer must be like a washer that is about half a millimeter thick, and a 1x1 millimeter square.

My Problem

Had a broken screen. ordered new one from Ifixit.com.

My Fix

Watched the video online. very delicate work! It was the first repair I did on a phone. I was nervous to say the least. I was praying that the little connectors were back where they should be. They were. It worked out well. Phone is working good. Thank you, Andy K.

My Advice

Be very careful and do not loose any screws, they are VERY tiny!! Patience, good lighting and a magnifying glass help.

My Problem

My phone's battery had gotten so terrible that I bought a battery case for it. Without the extra juice, the phone barely lasted 6 hours. I didn't want to upgrade yet and thought I'd suffer through. A few months later, I dropped the phone for the umpteenth time and the screen shattered. I still didn't want to upgrade, given that the iPhone is mid-cycle. I was also going to be travelling for the next 2 weeks and needed a quick solution. Instead of trying to find a reputable repair shop in an unfamiliar town and spending a ton of money, I turned to iFixit and had the replacement parts shipped overnight to my hotel.

My Fix

The whole process took about an hour. The suction cup did not work well on a shattered screen. I tried taping it up, but the suction cup wouldn't attach to the tape either. The other part I struggled with was prying up the battery.

My Advice

I didn't pay enough attention to the orientation of the home button when putting the screen back together, so I had to re-open the phone (much easier with an intact screen), and rotate it to correctly align with the contacts.

My Problem

The glass on the front panel cracked after the iPhone met the floor in a clumsy drop early one morning.

My Fix

Opening and the front panel is the hardest thing.

I wish I had the iSlack opening tool, but spending that much wouldn't have made it worth it. Four hands was the solution, a friend helped out by holding with one hand, and using another opening tool while I used a suction cup and another opening tool.

After that the screws were easy to remove and didn't lose a single one. Followed the rest of the instructions in reverse since the guide ends at putting on the new front panel and doesn't go into closing the phone back up again.

My Advice

I wish I knew that some of the internal parts to remove were extremely small once you get inside the case and not to be too squeamish about using force on the small ribbon cable for the home button.

My Problem

Broken screen

My Fix

Without a hitch, even a novice can do it

My Advice

Follow the guides

My Problem

The front glass cracked, and I could not see the display, so had to replace the glass. I did that successfully on an iPhone 4, so decided to give the iPhone 5 a shot.

My Fix

On the face of it... it looks simple. But I guess you have to have surgeon's hands to get this one right. I was able to put everything back together, but it left me with a couple of issues. the big one: the ear speaker wont work anymore. I cant hear anything in a call. So I have to put the phone on speaker or use a headphone.

The second one: Sometimes, the touch decides to lose accuracy on its own. It always types 'h' and does not give any proper touch response. So much that I cant even power the phone down. The work around would be to press the power button once and home button.

My Advice

Play games requiring high dexterity before attempting this repair.... As things are getting smaller... I can't imagine repairing iPhone6 myself!

My Problem

Friend's broken iphone

My Fix

I had a little trouble following directions because the display I got required transferring the home button and earpiece cable (and little clips), none of which were in the display replacement guide I was looking at. Thankfully it wasn't too hard anyway

My Advice

Make sure you have the guide with ALL the steps you need, and also be prepared to transfer microscopic pieces of tape, or superglue pieces into place