iPhone 5c LCD Screen and Digitizer - Choice

$64.95

Product code: IF126-001

 

iPhone 5c LCD Screen and Digitizer - Choice

$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

Interested in wholesale discounts?

Check out iFixit Pro

$59.95 Part Only

 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This option does not include tools.

This part has a quantity limit of 10

Interested in wholesale discounts?

Check out iFixit Pro

$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

Cracked glass

My Fix

A friend did the actual repair and clean-up. He recommended your repair kit. He commented that this repair was much easier than the iPhone 4. He was impressed with the equipment and tools supplied with this kit.

My Advice

I would recommend using your website to procure the kit for any phone.

My Problem

A customer had a broken IPhone 5C Screen.

My Fix

The repair went very well. I was able to meet with my customer at Panera and had the repair done for him in 25 minutes.

My Advice

If you plan on doing repairs for others, being in a public place can help you get noticed by people while you repair someone's screen!

My Problem

I dropped my iPhone 5C three times in one day and ruined the digitizer.

My Fix

It only worked if I turned the contrast way down and then I couldn't see the phone in any direct light... useless.

I bought the repair kit, set up a video on my computer and went piecemeal through the process. It wasn't easy... I only cried twice... I only lost two screws (they're in there somewhere)... and about 25 minutes later I did, indeed fixit.

Day 2. I realized Siri wasn't working. I had to go back in there, I was more fearless this time, and reconnect the itty, bitty speaker panel.

All is well, though I did lose another screw in the process. Had to get and STRONG magnet to locate it. Boy, the screws are tiny, about the size of a deer tick.

My Advice

Be fearless! The video I watch had a ham-fisted guy who was a nail biter. He gave me courage. If he could do it, I could do it.

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...