iPhone 5c LCD Screen and Digitizer

$64.95

Product code: IF126-001

 

iPhone 5c LCD Screen and Digitizer

$64.95

Product code: IF126-001

Product Overview

This part will only work in an iPhone 5c. It will not work in an iPhone 5 or iPhone 5s. Identify your iPhone correctly in one step.

Fix Kit contents:

  • New iPhone 5c LCD Screen and Digitizer
  • Spudger
  • Pentalobe 5-point screwdriver
  • Phillips #000 screwdriver
  • Plastic opening tool
  • Small Suction Cup
  • Alcohol Prep Pad

Compatibility

Identify your iPhone

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

Product Details

$64.95 Fix Kit

 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This part has a quantity limit of 10

$59.95 Part Only

 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This option does not include tools.

This part has a quantity limit of 10

$49.95 Part Only / A-Stock

 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Notes:

This option does not include tools. This used part is in excellent condition.

$39.95 Part Only / B-Stock

 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Notes:

This option does not include tools. This used part will have minor cosmetic wear.

 

Compatibility

iPhone 5c
16 GB
32 GB
 

Stories

My Problem

The screen was shattered and the battery was shot.

My Fix

It went great. It wasn't as hard as it looked like it might be.

My Advice

Be careful, some of those connectors are tiny and glued in tight.

My Problem

An SUV ran over my phone after it fell out of my hoodie pouch while loading groceries from Costco.When I showed my engineer son the lines on my phone and told him about it making random phone calls he said the digityzer probably had probably been scrunched (there wasn't a scratch on the phone) and knew about ifixit. So I ordered a new screen/digityzer.

My Fix

The part came in speedy time and he popped out the old, popped in the new and voila..a like-new phone for hundreds less than a new one.

My Advice

Nope. Unless you count having a brilliant son advice.

My Problem

An SUV ran over my phone after it fell out of my hoodie pouch while loading groceries from Costco.When I showed my engineer son the lines on my phone and told him about it making random phone calls he said the digityzer probably had probably been scrunched (there wasn't a scratch on the phone) and knew about ifixit. So I ordered a new screen/digityzer.

My Fix

The part came in speedy time and he popped out the old, popped in the new and voila..a like-new phone for hundreds less than a new one.

My Advice

Nope. Unless you count having a brilliant son advice.

My Problem

An SUV ran over my phone after it fell out of my hoodie pouch while loading groceries from Costco.When I showed my engineer son the lines on my phone and told him about it making random phone calls he said the digityzer probably had probably been scrunched (there wasn't a scratch on the phone) and knew about ifixit. So I ordered a new screen/digityzer.

My Fix

The part came in speedy time and he popped out the old, popped in the new and voila..a like-new phone for hundreds less than a new one.

My Advice

Nope. Unless you count having a brilliant son advice.

My Problem

An SUV ran over my phone after it fell out of my hoodie pouch while loading groceries from Costco.When I showed my engineer son the lines on my phone and told him about it making random phone calls he said the digityzer probably had probably been scrunched (there wasn't a scratch on the phone) and knew about ifixit. So I ordered a new screen/digityzer.

My Fix

The part came in speedy time and he popped out the old, popped in the new and voila..a like-new phone for hundreds less than a new one.

My Advice

Nope. Unless you count having a brilliant son advice.

My Problem

Cracked front screen

My Fix

Very good!

My Advice

With iFixIt's detailed steps and my supervision, my 14 year old daughter was able to do 90% of the repair herself!!!

Great company!! Excellent support!! Quality products!!

My Problem

Bringing the phone to Apple to repair wasn't an option, since we need the phone 24x7. Knowing that I'd probably be able to get this done in an hour or so, while also gaining the knowledge on repairing a phone - this seemed like a slam-dunk decision.

My Fix

The tools and the use of the Pro Magnetic Project Mat made the process very straightforward. If you're comfortable with computer internals and handling (very) small items, this is very straightforward. You can do it!

My Advice

One step is missing from the iFixit guide: There is a very tiny filter on the old glass that must be moved to the new glass. It simply needs to be pried up from the old glass using either the spudger or an exacto knife and moved to the new glass. Link to a video where this needs to be done: https://youtu.be/Sz7jzF73ejg?list=WL&t=9...

My Problem

My best friend and I went to a Disney themed birthday party as Tarzan and Jane. We had a great time but the next morning she noticed her phone was gone! Barely stifling panic, we called the host of the party but got nowhere. We drove to the house and looked around- no luck. Finally connecting to the host, she told us the phone was found in the driveway outside! Phew. But wait, phone in hand, we realized it was even more cracked than before. It looked like it had been run over. Being head over heels in love with this girl, my mind rushed to possible fixes. "I have my 5c at work. I'm selling it on ebay but we could see if the screen will work on yours and I can buy a new screen before mine sells." The look of panic calmed and she agreed to the plan. The switch itself was a piece of cake. It was my second time doing it and since I had to remove my phone's screen first (also from iFixit), I've done the procedure a total of 4 times now! She played with my kitten and I felt like a badass. The phone worked great (no internal damage as she feared) and I was a hero. I even managed to pay for the new screen she ordered me by getting the wrong one (this one) and having to refund her. Woot! Love is a beautiful thing

My Fix

F-ing awesome

My Advice

Get the one with home button and camera! (Not this one). Keep screws separate. The attached picture is the cat she was playing with (cat tax!). He likes to eat my books while I read before bed.

My Problem

Cracked screen/digitizer.

My Fix

Removed cracked screen/digitizer and replaced with relative ease.

Purchasing the kit with the tools included is a must.

Took all of 20 minutes to complete.

Directions online were good, but found better video resources online.

Once phone was reassembled the front facing camera did not work.

Disassembled phone, checked all components, reassembled, but front facing camera still will not work.

Considering I work as an EE, I thought this fix would be a slam dunk.

Can't find deeper resources to troubleshoot issue any further.

Unfortunately, the front facing camera is the most important feature of an iPhone for a 17 year old girl.

If motivated I may purchase a separate camera and replace.

My Advice

I owned an iPhone for 2 years without a scratch.

My secret?

Lifeforce case.

Spend the $99 and save yourself money and aggravation later.

If I purchase the separate camera the total repair will cost more than the case!!!

My Problem

Cracked screen on my wife's phone.

My Fix

Smooth, except for a couple of lost screws.

My Advice

My main advice is to be very patient and very organized with the screws that you remove. Start with about 10 small containers to hold each screw from each step and then go in reverse at the end. The screws are very easy to lose. I lost 2 during the process, but luckily they were relatively insignificant and didn't affect the end result.