Introduction

This teardown is designed to have a peek into the device.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Phone Accessory, use our service manual.

Today this teardown provides you with the iPhone 5s dock - Kind of looks like the other iPhone docks, but with a Lightning connector instead.
  • Today this teardown provides you with the iPhone 5s dock - Kind of looks like the other iPhone docks, but with a Lightning connector instead.

  • This teardown is edited in 2016 (that means lots of 2016 stuff references.

    • This looks like an indented iPhone 6 dock.

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This iPhone dock is perfectly indented for an iPhone 5s. Some (weaker) adhesive covers the bottom and it's a simple task to take it off. Some (weaker) adhesive covers the bottom and it's a simple task to take it off.
  • This iPhone dock is perfectly indented for an iPhone 5s.

  • Some (weaker) adhesive covers the bottom and it's a simple task to take it off.

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Black Friday
Broken doesn't stand a chance.
Use a spudger to detach the cover from the base. Use a spudger to detach the cover from the base.
  • Use a spudger to detach the cover from the base.

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Remove the two screws that secure the weight to the plastic housing. Remove the two screws that secure the weight to the plastic housing. Remove the two screws that secure the weight to the plastic housing.
  • Remove the two screws that secure the weight to the plastic housing.

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