iPhone 5 Dock Connector and Headphone Jack

$19.95

Product code: IF118-003
Apple Part #: 821-1417-08, 821-1417, 821-1699-A

 

iPhone 5 Dock Connector and Headphone Jack

$19.95

Product code: IF118-003
Apple Part #: 821-1417-08, 821-1417, 821-1699-A

Product Overview

You will need to switch over your existing microphone rubber housing as shown in our guide.

Phone not charging? Mic not working? This may fix your problem!

  • The dock connector contains many different integrated components:
    • Lightning connector responsible for charging and connecting your phone to your computer or accessory.
    • Microphone
    • Headphone Jack
  • If your phone is no longer recognized via USB cable, it may be time to replace the dock connector.
  • Replacing the dock connector should fix charging and connectivity issues.

Compatibility

Identify your iPhone

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

Product Details

$19.95 Black

 
 

Condition:

New

$19.95 White

 
 

Condition:

New

$9.95 Used / Black

 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Notes:

This is a used OEM part.

$14.95 Used / White

 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Notes:

This is a used OEM part.

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Compatibility

iPhone 5
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
 

Stories

My Problem

Phone wasn't charging.

My Fix

Repair went well Phone charges again. Microphone however doesn't work. Everything was re-assembled accordingly, now I have to perform the repair again just to understand why it's not working.

Afterwards I had realized that the rubber piece that needs to be transferred over to the new mic was put on backwards. If you pay careful attention you can see the correct way to mount it back. Everything works great now. Being my second time going through the steps, the guide was again useful.

My Advice

Take your time.

My Problem

So the kid walks up one day and says my phone didn't charge last night. so we tried a different charger and cable for a little bit and notice that wasn't work, so decided to take a closer look. We notice that there was some lint in the connector and thought great easy fix. Pulled the lint out and notice that the center pin in the connector looked a lot shorter then the rest. Did a little internet search for what the connector was supposed to look like and found that the connector was broke. Figure if I was going to tear this thing down that far might as well put a new battery in it at the same time.

My Fix

For me that hardest part of the repair was actually getting the screen off, I think this was due the the phone being dropped a few dozen times, after all it does belong to the kid, So the corners are smashed in a little bit. The instructions on the site were really easy to follow. Like the fact that the screws are color coded in the directions, which made it really easy to keep them separated and reassembly go without a hitch. all in all it took around 45 min to complete.

My Advice

A few thing I noticed that the site pic's don't show very well. when pulling the screen from the body there is a rubber gasket around the outside edge, this need to come out with the screen. Mine the gasket was wanting to stay with the rest of the body, I think this is due to the phone being dropped and the corners being bent in a little. Just take your time and use the spudger to help lift it out. The one other thing I found was the the standoff were a little harder to get out then I thought, almost think that a different tool other then a flat blade screwdriver would work better, but everything I had was way to big. Also keep an eye on the washers under the connector I had two that were stuck to the bottom and the others were still in the case.

My Problem

Battery life stunk after 2 years. Also speaker didn't work using FaceTime, Skype, etc. So I replaced both parts at once. Also replaced battery in 2nd iPhone 5 - and process was simple. Hardest part of just batter replacement is getting loose from the adhesive.

My Fix

Battery replacement is the easy part. The rest is fairly tedious and needs someone fairly dextrous to deal with very small parts.

My Advice

Watch out for the tiny washers under the doc connector - I think I lost one of the 5. But phone works just fine. The seals are a bit hard to maintain since they rip when removing the bottom pieces - but again, phone works just fine now. Also I used the kit box to store the screws and labelled them by size and step.

My Problem

The Lightning connector stopped working.

My Fix

Unscrewing and keeping track of all the tiny screws was kinda nerve wracking , but i made it through!

My Advice

Keep track of your parts!

My Problem

I switched my phone carrier to a much less expensive carrier, but brought my old iPhone 5 along for the ride. I was on a 200 mile gravel grinder bike race, and I guess my phone got quite shook up, as it would not charge unless I wrapped the lightning cable around it. I tried cleaning out the lint with a toothpick, but still no go. A little research brought me to the ifixit site, and I ordered the new lightning connector, along with a battery replacement kit which had most of the tools need for the Lightning connector repair.

My Fix

Wow, replacing the Lightning connector took me 4 hours, even though I'm a tinkerer and DIY kind of guy. The guide was great, although the video skipped a few of the steps early on and I stopped watching it and followed the online guide. Most everything had to be removed including the logic board. This repair is not for the feint of heart. I got it done, but I was worried as my phone was completely in parts on the table. My wife reminded me that normal people do not attempt such things (did she call me abnormal?) I wound up ordering the wrong battery, for an iPhone 5s which was not compatible with my iPhone 5, so I called and they were very helpful, offering to take back the battery and refund me no questions.

My Advice

There were a lot of tiny screws that needed to be managed. I did not order the magnet pad, but that seems like a great thing to have. I used some fridge magnets to help me keep the screws in order.

My Problem

You know how one thing often leads to another? There's a humorous old song that describes a twisted chain of events that that come up in the process of fixing the bucket. One thing leads to another. My home button was not responding but only intermittently. So I ordered a new home button and cable, installed it but then it wouldn't work at all. On closer inspection I discovered I had damaged the cable that connects the home button contacts which are part of the Lightning connector.

My Fix

I read through the step by step guide to replace the lightning connector. I thought I just might be able to manage it but I was intimidated. After all you've got to take just about every component of the phone apart to get at the lightning connector. All those tiny screws and cable connections! Anyway, I followed the guide meticulously, sweated a lot and by the grace of God was able to complete the repair successfully. It probably took an hour to an hour and a half. Sorry no pics.

My Advice

The only really serious hurdle was the that the instructions for step 33, removing the Lightning connector and speaker enclosure assembly from the rear case didn't say anything about how hard it was to actually free the charging port from the case. A note stating that this might be a struggle would have helped. Or a note that said when the connector comes out the charging port and the headphone jack come with it. I'm sure this is 2nd nature to the pros but it was sticky for me. By way of advice I would say take your time. Be patient. Follow the instructions to the letter and read all the notes. Keep close track of which screws go where. Watch out for small parts that can easily disappear.

My Problem

The Lightning connector on my iPhone 5 spontaneously stopped working. I picked up a replacement phone, but wasn't ready to give up the $100-200 I could get to trade or sell the iPhone 5.

My Fix

Using ifixit's part and guide I replaced the connector in about 90 minutes and with a $20 part. And after the fix it worked like a charm!

My Advice

The 5 is relatively easy to work on. Just be patient and use a system to keep track of the screws.

My Problem

Ok so I thought the dock connector on my iPhone 5 was not working correctly so I ordered a new one from iFixit. Item was shipped fast, packed beautifully and was in brand new condition.

My Fix

Repair went without a hitch. Followed the guide on the iFixit website and boom! In and working!

My Advice

Here's the thing, after I installed the new connector I read some of the comments and one person mentioned something so obvious that I had not thought of.... Lint!! So after reading the comment I took the old connector grabbed a thin tooth pick and pulled a wad of lint out of it! Dang! Check first, that might be the problem. Still no complaints, iFixit rocks.

My Problem

The battery on my iPhone became the worst battery I've ever had the displeasure of using. To top it off, the charging port started to be problematic as well and wouldn't charge the phone half the time. Nothing worse than your phone being dead after 4 hours and plugging it in for awhile to come back to a STILL DEAD PHONE!! Arrrrrgh!!

My Fix

The battery replacement was easy and straightforward. The lightning connector was not. The video tutorial to change out the lightning connector wasn't helpful at all, use the step by step guide instead. Be prepared to catalog the screws as it's very difficult to tell the difference between a 2.7mm screw and a 3.0mm screw. Also get some sort of magnetic tray to hold them because they're tiny and easy to lose otherwise!! Lastly, the install took about 2 hours while drinking beer, so someone who isn't half intoxicated might get it done a bit quicker! :)

My Advice

Get a magnetic tray to hold the screws and make sure you have all the right tools for the job.

My Problem

Unreliable Lightning connector and faulty power button. Charged intermittently and power button failed to work at all.

My Fix

Watched some YouTube videos and got the parts required. Repaired both parts (which were very fragile) at the same time, it only took about 90 minutes. Very straightforward.

My Advice

The only thing I would do differently is catalogue the screws. It took a few tries to get the right ones each time.

 

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