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

$84.95

Product code: IF124-001

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

$84.95

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.

Make sure you have identified your iPhone correctly. You can ID Your iPhone here in one quick step.

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

$84.95 Fix Kit / Black

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

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

$84.95 Fix Kit / White

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

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

$79.95 Part Only / Black

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

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

$79.95 Part Only / White

 
 

Condition:

New

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

A customer brought in a broken, brittle iPad 2. They had dropped it several times, 2 years ago, but with no repair shops in the area they had no way to get it fixed. Until now.

My Fix

Getting the glass off the iPad was difficult, more difficult than it has ever been. I can only attribute that the the long time span between the breaking and the repair. Once I finally got the glass off, I noticed a severed cable. Oh no! I must have severed the power button cable in all my seeing and sawing to get the glass off.

The process of removing the cable component was pretty complicated, but with the ifixit guide I pushed through. Finally got a replacement cable installed, but the power button was not working still! Luckily I had ordered a second, because this was my first PBC repair. So I went at it again with the 2nd cable. This time, success! Everything is put back together, is beautiful and is working.

My Advice

I've done a lot of iPad glass replacements and have never severed the power cable before. I guess just be prepared for new adventures at any step! And for repairs that you are unfamiliar with, order a spare part!

My Problem

front panel broken after a drop

My Fix

excellent, very simple

My Advice

Use fix-it very easy

My Problem

Well I just got out of my shift at the bar, and a couple of customers had bought me shots at quit time. When I went to go home I got on my bike, and realized my music wasn't playing,. I whipped out my phone to get it going and I dropped it, right on the corner. The screen was fine, but the digitizer went bad from the drop. Right before my cruise.

My Fix

The repair went smoothly ish. I was incredibly confused when it came to switching out the assembly with the front camera. I actually messed it up a tiny bit I think as the speaker sounds funny now. Other than that small issue the repair was easy as pie. I could see some people struggling with it but It's all pretty much in the guide.

My Advice

When you're removing the gold connector for the headset speaker, you have to pry it at the corner, right by the frame. That took me a while to figure out. Next up I have to replace my lightning port whenever I get around to it.

if you're not replacing your camera, don't peel up the sticker on the back!!!

DON'T REMOVE THE STICKER!

My Problem

Bought to fix for a friend

My Fix

Bought a knock off, off eBay and definitely did not work so decided to buy one from ifixit definitely worth the money tore it apart put the new one on had no issues

My Advice

Don't buy knock offs try and buy as authentic as possible

My Problem

Broken screen from drop., needed a screen replace.

My Fix

Initially well, the process itself is simple and painless. HOWEVER, don't mix up the screws and replace with same, especially for the metal cover over the screen cables. I accidently used the 1.3mm instead of the 1.2mm and it ruined the logic board underneath, now cell phone won't turn on? Anyone have any advice on this? I dont think its the screen since i did a test before the screws were placed in and i saw the apple sign.

My Advice

Dont mix up screws!

rjwink's Story Photo #600097

My Problem

The iPhone had a cracked screen and the Touch ID was broken from my friend dropping it in water. The apple store wants $129 for the repair and my friend wanted to avoid using her $200 upgrade until the new phones are out.

My Fix

The repair went great. Taking it slow and following the instructions carefully kept things on track.

My Advice

One take-a-way - DONT remove the camera unit copper thermal pad from the metallic cover on the back of the LCD. You move this piece over to the new phone so its not necessary. The video showed it being removed but if you're not replacing the camera unit leave it be.

My Problem

Vertical Lines on Right side of Screen appeared. Touch screen became unresponsive. Mostly from my wife dropping the phone too much. (I love you dear.)

My Fix

Repair went very smooth. Could have used a few more pics when I removed the ambient light sensor and camera, but not too bad. No need for the special heating device that you advertise. Just use a hair dryer.

My Advice

Keep track of screws. They are different.

My Problem

Broken front LCD glass

My Fix

Repair went well. I moved the earpiece, camera, lcd shield, and sensor cable over from my broken screen onto the new one following the guides on the site. Everything went together pretty well, but because of a dent in the top right corner I had to take everything back apart and bend the dent into shape.

My Advice

If your phone cracked from landing on a corner and you have a dent, make sure to use some pliers to re-shape the corner so it is rounded and will accept the screen.

My Problem

Dropped my phone face down 2 weeks ago at work. Happened to not have a case on it that day as I wanted a more streamlined profile for the work day due to having to give many presentations and didn't want a big box profile in my pocket.

My Fix

Easy! Tools worked perfectly and the steep by step guide has images that are so big and clear that it would be nearly impossible to mess up.

My Advice

When I went searching, I was expecting to pay $100+. Turns out it only cost $60!

My Problem

My daughter severely cracked her iPhone 5s screen and it needed to be replaced. I really don't like spending money when I don't have too and I have replaced 4s screens before so I figured I could tackle this as well.

It went just fine. Take a look at my advice of the bottom of this as it might really help you out. This isn't that difficult, but if you have big hands, poor vision or are prone to throw things when you get frustrated...stop and get someone else to do this for you.

My Fix

I used the iPhone 5s Front Panel replacement guide to follow the repair steps. Great guide, except for the last step!!! As far as iPhones go, this was a little more difficult than the 4s. The cables are a little more difficult to remove and then later reattach. I used the pointed spudger for most of the removals and used the spudger to line up the cables but then my finger to push them into place.

My Advice

Ok, my advice in no particular order:

STEP #25 is not needed!!!! I started to follow this step but it didn't make sense and appeared difficult. I stopped and read comments on the step. I HAVE NO IDEA WHY THIS STEP HAS BEEN LEFT IN THE GUIDE. Ignore it as the cable will tear.

Put down a clean white towel to use as your work surface. Preferably one that isn't fluffy. A t-shirt might work, just make sure it doesn't hang off the edge of the table you are working on. This will keep the screws from bouncing off the table of you drop one.

Use packing tape to tape up the screen before you use the suction cup to remove the screen. Don't tape the home button.

When you pull the screen off the frame, it required more force than I expected, but only pull it apart enough to pry it the rest of the way off. The home button connects to the phone and will tear if the screen comes up more than an inch or so.

There were less screws than I expected. Unlike the 4s, I didn't need to remember where all the screws went...BUT they are all different lengths. Keep them separate. An idea I had after the fact was to use different colored sharpies on the screw heads to color code their length. Mark them BEFORE you remove them for the first time.

I used the protective case to organize the screws and components as I removed them.

This took me about an hour to do. I spent most of my time figuring out step 25 and also removing the broken screen.

Not tough, but some of the cables were difficult to snap back in place. Line them up with a spudger and then press down with your finger to seat the plug. I found you could feel it snap in place if you used your finger.

Be detailed and take your time. Good luck!!!!