iPhone 6 Lightning Connector and Headphone Jack

iPhone 6 Lightning Connector and Headphone Jack

$29.95

$29.95

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Product Details

Features

Features

This iPhone 6 Lightning Connector and Headphone Jack assembly is your solution to connectivity and charging problems. If your phone isn't charging, has connectivity problems, is not recognized when plugged into your computer via USB, or if the microphone isn't detecting sound, this part could fix the problem. But if you have a clogged headphone jack, there are easier fixes than replacing the part—you should check out the GripStick.

Part Assembly includes:

  • Lightning connector
  • Cellular antenna
  • Microphone
  • Headphone jack

Fix Kit contents:

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Compatibility

iPhone 6
128 GB
16 GB
64 GB

Repair Stories

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My Problem

The charging port was not functioning.

My Fix

Excellent. The instructions are excellent and very easy to follow. Pictures are superb. I also purchased the smartphone repair tool kit. It had all the tools I needed. The little plastic tray worked fantastic for storing the parts of the phone that correspo . . .

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My Problem

The charging port on my friend's phone was no longer gripping the cable connector, so it would fall out easily while charging.

My Fix

I tried a cheap $4 part from eBay first, but wasn't able to finish because the part was a knockoff and not quite up to specs—the antenna cable was just slightly too short. . . .

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My Problem

Inconsistent charging connection

My Fix

The repair went well (everything worked when put back together) though the process is highly detailed and much of the phone needs to be disassembled and re-assembled. Reconnecting the antenna is difficult and time-consuming, because the parts are so tiny and hard to . . .

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My Problem

My lightning connector was loose so I would have to wiggle the cord to get it to charge.

My Fix

The repair went great

My Advice

1. Be careful, when pulling the mic, the double sided tape/adhesive pulled away from the phone. If I hadn't looked and carefully readjusted it, it would have been wrinkled when reapplying the . . .

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My Problem

The lightning port was getting loose, so the phone wouldn't charge unless the cable was pushed to one side. Additionally, the phone stopped responding to headphone inline remote button presses, but unfortunately this was not solved by there repair.

My Fix

The repair was reasonably easy - hardest part was re . . .

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My Problem

First off, I only use parts from ifixit because they are quality parts and have a warranty which is rare.

My microphone stopped working.

My Fix

Repair was quit easy. Hardest part is keeping track of all those tiny little screws.

My Advice

It's not a hard fix but if you don't have knowledge of iPhone parts and disass . . .

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My Problem

Bought my phone broken from a friend and tried replacing with parts off amazon

Both parts were poor quality and broke within days

There went 130 dollars out the window

My Fix

Ifixit made it so easy

The parts fix perfectly I feel as if I bought it straight from Apple

Repair guides were not necessary but . . .

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My Problem

The iPhone Lightning connector on my iPhone was starting to become unreliable, as if it wasn't making a connection. I tired the usual fixes (wiggling the Lightning cable until it connected; blowing out the connector jack with canned air) but these were not permanent solutions. The final straw was . . .

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