LCD touch failed to function
The repair went well.
This iPhone 5 LCD Screen and Digitizer Full Assembly includes all the small parts pre-installed in the assembly, saving time and increasing the quality of your repair.
Note: the iPhone 5 Home Button is not included and will need to be transferred from your existing display assembly.
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Display had a few dead spots on the touch screen.
Replacement went super smooth. Instructional videos and manuals were easy to understand and follow.
Take your time. Understand the instructions fully before you start. Opening the phone up required a bit of pressure to start the separation, don't giv . . .
The top left corner of the screen would not lay flat in the case. Screen was NOT cracked and was functional.
Replacing the screen went fine but the screen still will not lay flat. The left side is puffed up. I believe the bag that the battery is in is puffed up too much and it will not allow the scr . . .
My wife had dropped her iPhone 5 and shattered the screen.
The repair went smoothly, the only problem I had was after I had plugged in the screen to test it, I inadvertently closed the phone without install the cover over the plugs so I had to re-open the phone and install the cover. Works great, my . . .
Leaving for work one morning, I thoughtlessly placed my phone on top of my car to load the other items in my hands. Accelerating down the road, I hear something bounce off of my car and looking in the rear view mirror I could see something flashing with every bounce on the road (it was still dark). . . .
I had a iPhone 5 with small cracks. As I attempted to buy replacements elsewhere, they did not work, so I had to re-install my old cracked screen
Install is the same as any other, except this one worked right away.
Make sure the small ribbon cables are firmly "clicked" in or you might have lines or m . . .
Display was being pushed out (for whatever reason) and ultimately popped out, breaking the two little screw holes in the process.
Fast, if with a bit of fiddling with the tiny screws. The display ribbon cables are more resilient than they look, apparently.
The shorter screw near the battery is attache . . .