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

$64.95

Product code: IF124-001

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

$64.95

Product code: IF124-001

Product Overview

This part will only work in an iPhone 5s. It will not work in an iPhone 5c or iPhone 5.

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Fix that broken screen!

Note: Only the phone's original home button assembly will be capable of using the Touch ID functionality. Installing a new home button will only restore ordinary home button functions, not the Touch ID features.

  • This part does not include 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.
  • You may also want to consider getting a nifty screen protector, so that your new iPhone display assembly can play nice with your keys.

Does not work in iPhone 5 or 5c.

Fix Kit contents:

Additional Tools Required:

Compatibility

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

Product Details

$64.95 Fix Kit / Black

 
 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

One year warranty

Notes:

This part will only work in an iPhone 5s. It will not work in an iPhone 5c or iPhone 5.

$64.95 Fix Kit / White

 
 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

One year warranty

Notes:

This part will only work in an iPhone 5s. It will not work in an iPhone 5c or iPhone 5.

$59.95 Part Only / Black

 
 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

One year warranty

Notes:

This part will only work in an iPhone 5s. It will not work in an iPhone 5c or iPhone 5.

$59.95 Part Only / White

 
 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

One year warranty

Notes:

This part will only work in an iPhone 5s. It will not work in an iPhone 5c or iPhone 5.

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Compatibility

iPhone 5s
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
 

Stories

My Problem

I let my phone fall from the top of the refrigerator after setting it there while pouring cereal. The bottom right corner had cracked on the face and eventually it worked its way to the bottom left as well.

My Fix

About seventy minutes with my wife watching TV in the background. The entire time I was nervous and worried that I might break into a sweat and fry some component.

My Advice

The guide and the video separately are not enough to do the replacement, you need both to make the whole process of disassembly work.

My Problem

Display started off with one (1) single horizontal line in the middle. it increased on a daily basis until after about 10 days, the screen was completely blank.

My Fix

As a first timer at phone repairs, it took me about an hour to take apart and re-assemble phone. Smartphone repair kit was excellent, no regrets buying this whatsoever. I was abit scared to use the suction cup cuz i wasnt sure what would happen when i started pulling it apart, but it worked quite well (will get an iSlack soon enough) The most trouble i got was connecting some of the cables and the front camera/sensor bit. Other than that, easy as pie !!

I have a 4s cracked display and home button to fix in the near future....

I shall return for parts !!! Might even add this to my list of services that i offer (feeling like a pro)

My Advice

Just follow the step by step guide and have patience when re-connecting cables. If you have the Smartphone repair kit, use the tray slots for screws and small parts going from left to right with steps 1, 2, 3 etc.

My Problem

Massive cracking on the front panel glass.

My Fix

Previously had done a 4S glass replacement, and this was much more involved. I'm a little clumsy on the small scale, so I was surprised when it all clicked back together and actually still worked!

My Advice

If you have the fix it box, use the individual compartments the screw drivers come in (there's about 4 on either side) to put the individual screw lengths as you take them out, it is important you put them back in reverse order!

My Problem

Broken screen.

My Fix

The repair went well, it took about an hour.

My Advice

The copper glue patch on the back of the shield plate is very fragile. I tore mine in half, though it doesn't seem to have effected performance.

My Problem

Screen had lost all responsiveness, probably from being sweated on repeatedly for a year during runs, urgh.

My Fix

It went really well. Terrifying to pull the screen up at first as I had no idea how hard to to pull. It needed quite a yank to have it where I could get the opening tool in. From there it was steady as she goes. Very steady, with a lot of tentative picking away at things.

Rebooted and everything was working - yes!

My Advice

Use a dozen cups and Post-its to store and note which screw is which and so on. Those things are insanely tiny so you need some sort of record.

I didn't use an iOpener - a minute's blast from a hairdryer worked for me. You can feel when the glue has been warmed up, it gives quite easily.

As others have mentioned Step 25 seems completely redundant to me - you don't need to remove this as you're sticking it right back on again. Plus it looks a little fragile.

Reseating the cable connector is a bit of trial and error but they make a solid downward motion when they finally get in there.

Need more shots of the front facing camera assembly wrapping and so on. That thing is complicated. For example there is a tiny, fragile looking piece of plastic that seats the sensor that I only managed to get in the right position thru luck, some praying and a lot of prodding. Otherwise the guide is great.

The final closing of the unit - make sure the display is tight, tight, tight against the top of the case before you close it all up as the tolerance is insane. I had to do it twice.

My Problem

After mocking people who drop phones, mine jumped out of my pocket and landed on pavement, shattering the screen.

My Fix

Very well. The directions are clear, but I found a long video on YouTube from another source that was even better in some ways because it called out some pitfalls. I watched a couple different videos before starting. I took my time and was done in about 30 minutes. I didn't have to use heat to free adhesive. Everything works as good as new.

My Advice

The screws are TINY, so don't just do this in a dim room on your coffee table. I put down a white dish towel so I could see the screws and they wouldn't bounce if dropped. Magnetize the screwdrivers. I think I'd have gone nuts if I had to place the screws by hand.

Also, the step in the instructions where you peel copper circuit tape off that metal plate is entirely unnecessary. Be patient and don't force anything. Taking an extra 10 seconds on a step might save you $500 in damage.

My Problem

Apparently Steve Jobs never envisioned the iPhone 5s being used to channel ones frustrations through in a nonverbal manner.

My Fix

The repair was super simple. I gave the kit to my 14 year old son and - done.

My Advice

Think twice before smacking your phone agains something very hard.

My Problem

The left half of the screen on my girlfriend's iPhone 5S was unresponsive and had light vertical lines.

My Fix

The repair went smoothly but thinking about it after the fact, the whole effort in step 25 of the guide which has the copper adhesive backed connector being removed from the large metal shield plate that goes over the back of the screen. The whole plate gets transferred to the new screen/digitizer assembly along with the home button, camera, etc... so why should it be removed? All that step does is make damaging the fragile cable assembly much more likely.

My Advice

Remove step 25 from the guide and add more specific detailed pictures of the proximity sensor and camera area. The holders they sorta snap into came on the new screen assembly but I couldn't tell that from the images shown so I removed them from the original assembly, then had to remove them from the sensor and camera to be able to fit it on the new assembly.

barbaianni's Story Photo #462082

My Problem

I wanted to change the display of a friend's iPhone 5s. I don't know exactly how it happened but the screen was shattered. She has two small kids so they probably had something to do with it :-)

My Fix

The repair went pretty well. The first time I tried to turn it on it didn't turned on, it would vibrate multiple time but the screen didn't respond...but I quickly found the solution in the "Answers" section. I just had to open again the iphone, unplug the battery connector, press shortly the on/off button, plug the battery connector back to the main board and boom it worked.

After that I had another little glitch: the phone didn't find any signal. On the up left corner it was written "searching". Unfortunately I don't exactly know what fixed the problem. I did a reset of the network settings, but didn't fix the problem right away. Then I did something else (sorry but I forgot what, besides praying...) and after a while it asked the sim card pin code and it worked!

My Advice

If you encounter any problem look for the solution in the "Answers" sections....it was really helpful for me.

My Problem

I dropped my phone and I guess I am one of the rare few where the screen doesn't even break but instead started showing black lines. I decided to try this fix instead of spending $125+ at the apple store.

My Fix

The repair was quite easy with the guide.

My Advice

I didn't purchase an iOpener because i didn't see the need to waste the money on something I'd use once. What I did instead was get my iron and heat up a shirt to where it was above warm (i.e. you can hold it in your hand but its hot enough where your palms start to sweat) I applied light pressure to the earpiece, where I would use the iOpener, and slowly pulled the earpiece off. It did take longer to loosen the adhesive but it still worked in the end and I saved whatever the iOpener cost. Also make sure to keep track of screws! I was unlucky in that I lost two screws. I was able to find one of the lost screws but one of those small little guys is still out there in the wilderness that is my workroom.