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

$64.95

Product code: IF126-001

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

$64.95

Product code: IF126-001

Product Overview

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 5c 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.

Does not work in iPhone 5 or 5s.

Fix Kit contents:

Additional Tools Required:

Compatibility

Identify your iPhone

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

Product Details

$64.95 Fix Kit

 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

One year warranty

$59.95 Part Only

 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

One year warranty

Notes:

This option does not include tools.

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Compatibility

iPhone 5c
16 GB
32 GB
 

Stories

My Problem

My friends phone fell down on concrete and screen was completely broken.

My Fix

Repair was quite easy. Thanks to iFixit Guides.

My Advice

The only thing is that Part itself is slightly expensive if you compare to other sellers in industry.

My Problem

Cracked front screen

My Fix

Extremely easy, recommended.

My Advice

Try to get a magnifier, screws are really tinny.

My Problem

The screen was completely shattered

My Fix

It was easy to repair in comparison to previous apple models. Took about 30 minutes.

My Advice

If you want to be able to do it in 5-10 minutes purchase the piece that has all parts already intigrated to the lcd display. (Front camera, mic, home button etc)

My Problem

Half of the digitizer was broken off revealing the circuit board, and the front camera. It was very unresponsive and erratic.

My Fix

It all went off without a hitch. It took approximately 25 minutes because i dropped one of the small screws so i spent a solid 10 minites looking for it. After that I transferred the top speaker unit, inner frame, and the home button onto the new screen/digitizer assembly and reinstalled it. I was very impressed with the quality and packaging.

My Advice

My advice would be to keep track of all the very small screws as some go in specific places. Be patient when transferring the home button. The adhesive can become very cumbersome if you're not careful, and you can damage the ribbon cable if you don't slow down and ease it off.

My Problem

I found that alarm was working but only the display was not working, hence strongly believe that the change of front panel display would fix my problem

My Fix

I followed the simple and easy steps provided in iFixit and able to fix the probelm successfully.

My Advice

Guide has 13 steps till we remove the old front panel display, the additional details like fixing existing the home button and camera would have been provided, it would be most helpful in re-arranging steps.

My Problem

My wife dropped her 5C and cracked the screen.

My Fix

Super easy, directions were a breeze to follow.

My Advice

Just follow the super well laid out directions!

My Problem

I dropped my phone on a run and it shattered the whole screen out.

My Fix

The repair was fairly easy, just a lot of little screws to keep track of. Once I got it all together the first time there were vertical bars going across the screen, I reopened the phone and messed around with the wires and put it back together. After putting it back together the second time the bars were only in the corners, but for some reason they all went away after an hour.

My Advice

If you have shaky hands get the full screen not this one

My Problem

Took my phone somewhere it shouldn't go, ended up soaking wet. Through the process of cleaning and troubleshooting I determined the screen assembly was shot, as well as the power flex.

My Fix

Repair went flawlessly. Followed iFixit's guide on the screen disassembly as well as replacement - made things much easier than if I were to take it apart myself and hope I know what to do. I did not purchase the flex cable from iFixit (I cheaped out and got one off of eBay - big mistake as the mute switch was broken right out of the box). Once I got a quality flex cable replacement, I replaced all necessary parts and my phone is alive once again! For those wondering, the digitizer/LCD assemblies sold at iFixit are of amazing quality. I wasn't so sure what to think, as this was my first time purchasing from iFixit and I have been burned in the past by other vendors. My worry was put at ease as soon as I took the screen out of the shipping box (which is well packaged, by the way). It is the exact quality of my original phone screen, no dead pixels, beautiful colors. Happy customer!

My Advice

I cannot stress this enough, make sure you have the PROPER sized screwdriver (most screws are #000 phillips) with a magnetized tip. These screws are relatively difficult to put back in once they are taken out, if you don't have the proper tools. I had to make do with my tiny flathead screwdriver which worked - but I spent much more aggravating time trying to put the screws back in.

My Problem

A friend dropped my phone as I handed it to her to show her a Living Social deal. Very sad but I had just had it fixed for broken screen about 4 months ago so the shock of seeing a cracked screen wasn't as severe.

My Fix

It took me about an hour and a half with my 7 year old who was wearing his head lamp to help shine light it the dark tiny phone. He kept taking the tools that fit just perfect in his little hands but we got it done!

My Advice

I went slow and it came apart pretty easily. Putting it back together was easier than I thought. I kept the screws for each section separate so I knew which ones went where. Plugging the cables back in took at least 3 or 4 times as I kept turning the phone on and there would be white lines. So finally I had my husband hold the display flat and I snapped it back in place...sigh of relief!

My Problem

My daughter broke her screen and we fixed it through a company but for some reason it was popping out from time to time and the last time it did she pressed it too hard and broke and stop working completely. I ordered the kit from iFix it and decided to fix it myself this time.

My Fix

The guide was very easy to follow - nothing to add here

My Advice

Placing the camera and the earpiece is a bit tricky so make sure that you align them properly