iPhone 4 LCD Screen and Digitizer (GSM/AT&T)

$34.95

Product code: IF182-003

 

iPhone 4 LCD Screen and Digitizer (GSM/AT&T)

$34.95

Product code: IF182-003

Product Overview

This part will only work in a GSM/AT&T iPhone 4. It will not work in an iPhone 4s or in a CDMA/Verizon iPhone 4. Identify your iPhone correctly in one step.

  • Brand-new replacement screen for any GSM (e.g. AT&T/T-Mobile) iPhone 4. Each screen is hand inspected and cleaned by an iFixit tech.
  • This part includes the front camera bezel and speaker mesh.
  • This part does not include the iPhone 4 Home Button Assembly.
  • Already have the tools on hand? Select the "Part Only" option.
  • Missing a tool or two? Select the "Fix Kit" option and get everything you need.
  • Consider getting a nifty screen protector, so your new iPhone display assembly can play nice with your keys.

Kit contents:

Compatibility

Identify your iPhone

  • All GSM iPhone 4 (Not iPhone 4S)

Product Details

$39.95 Fix Kit / Black

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Includes all the tools to do the repair. This part will only work in a GSM/AT&T iPhone 4. It will not work in an iPhone 4s or in a CDMA/Verizon iPhone 4.

$39.95 Fix Kit / White

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Includes all the tools to do the repair. This part will only work in a GSM/AT&T iPhone 4. It will not work in an iPhone 4s or in a CDMA/Verizon iPhone 4.

$34.95 Part Only / Black

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Also works in white iPhones. This option does not include tools. This part will only work in a GSM/AT&T iPhone 4. It will not work in an iPhone 4s or in a CDMA/Verizon iPhone 4.

$34.95 Part Only / White

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Also works in black iPhones. This option does not include tools. This part will only work in a GSM/AT&T iPhone 4. It will not work in an iPhone 4s or in a CDMA/Verizon iPhone 4.

$24.95 Part Only / Black / A-Stock

 
 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Notes:

This option does not include tools. This part will only work in a GSM/AT&T iPhone 4. It will not work in an iPhone 4s or in a CDMA/Verizon iPhone 4. This used part is in excellent condition.

$24.95 Part Only / White / A-Stock

 
 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Notes:

This option does not include tools. This part will only work in a GSM/AT&T iPhone 4. It will not work in an iPhone 4s or in a CDMA/Verizon iPhone 4. This used part is in excellent condition.

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Compatibility

iPhone 4
16 GB
32 GB
8 GB
 

Stories

My Problem

An older iPhone 4 with a cracked screen was going to waist in my dresser. I found myself reading for it when my new fone was on the charger but e screen was a mess.

My Fix

The repair wint great. No issues not if is a pleasure to use for late nite browsing and email. I forgot hi good the smal screen actually looked without scratches.

My Advice

The correct tools make all the difference. Good tools great results. Just make sure you keep track of the screws as some of the sizes and threads are specific. A magnetic whiteboard can be supper handy.

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My Problem

A friend dropped her iPhone and cracked the screen. It happened to be one of those days. She was feeling pretty down on life. I "borrowed" her phone and ordered the repair kit.

My Fix

Awesome step-by-step instructions! The repair went without a hitch. I opened the kit and an hour later had an almost new iPhone. Best of all, I got her to smile again!! The world's a little brighter today!

My Advice

Follow the instructions and be sure to pay attention to the helpful hints! (It would have saved me a little extra work)

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My Problem

My father is an avid runner and he likes listening music while he does it. Once he was running and his phone just fell off and hit the ground. The display got cracked in one corner, next to the home button. It was operational, but nothing like a scratchless white iPhone , isnt it? :)

My Fix

Never had done an iPhone 4 display replacement before. As It looks in the guide, you really need to dismantle every single piece of equipment inside of it to get to the display. Only the home button is one step away! I took a sip of tea, made a grid on paper and followed every single step on the iFixit guide. I got stuck with the flat screw holding the logicboard, the 2.5mm flat screwsdriver which came in the iphone 4 display assembly didnt really fit in, not because it was too big, but because it was not big enough to unscrew it... but luckily I made it through. The display is heavily glued to the aluminum chassis, so I had to spend 5 mins clearing it all with the spudger. Then I assembled everything back in, and it came back up ! The display works amazingly, you wouldn't say that it is not the fabric one. No lag, no different feeling when using it... it looks like a brand new iPhone 4 . My father is happy again, and now he is using a iPod Shuffle to run :) Thanks iFix it.

My Advice

The 2.5mm flat screwdriver is small. Does not allow you to unscrew the screw on the motherboard easily. You can do it, but you might end up cracking the screw and not being able to pull it out at the end, so be careful. You need a slightly bigger one than that.

Be careful when placing the new display into the aluminum frame. Make sure there is no gap between both before-after screwing the whole 6 +4 screw points. If you realize too late, you will have to redo all steps to remove the logic board, vibrator, camera, connectors and the metallic plate which holds everything on.

My Problem

Dead home button and dying battery on an iphone 4 (and later a screen replacement). I got a new phone anyway, but wanted to keep the old device around for the kids - using it for games and as a pseudo-ipod Touch. Also used it as an opportunity to show the kids the innards of a highly engineered device, and how you don't need to instantly "throw something away and get a new one."

My Fix

Toolkit, tray and repair guide from ifixit were great - changed out the home button and battery in almost no time, but damaged the LCD/digitizer connection cable in the process (the instructions said be careful you don't tear it -- they weren't lying!) Ordered a new screen from ifixit and got it all working good as new (for 2010) in no time.

My Advice

There were just two points I struggled with

1) with the home button replacement, it took me a few minutes to realize I had to slide the end of the cable into the socket (going from step 33 to step 32 in the guide) A more close up photo or animation could've have been useful in the guide.

2) When reattaching the display to the frame, really take your time and make sure the digitizer/LCD cables are fed through the slot in the frame kink free. If they're not the same length don't move on to the next step (and hope the likely bend you introduced into the cable doesn't cause any problems.) Definitely don't pull the cable to make the length match -- that's how I tore mine.

My Problem

Little nieces tend to drop things, glass things tend to shatter, that's where I come in...

My Fix

Smoothly as always. That is if you don't count the missing screws and pieces. Or if you don't have your niece trying to "help" by putting your perfectly ordered and placed screws into a pile.

My Advice

Take photos or video the process and don't let your niece help.

My Problem

I accidentally knocked over my unprotected iPhone 4 (yes, I still use the iPhone 4). It dropped about 3 feet and landed on ceramic tiles. The entire front screen was shattered. It was still responsive, but I'd just be gliding my thumb over shattered glass. Also, my home button had been unresponsive for several months now - out of the blue.

My Fix

The repair was straightforward with the guides. My phone looks brand-spanking-new again, but It took me over 2 hours because I wanted to be careful with every step.

My Advice

Regarding the home button: the repair guide stated that the home button may have a piece of plastic that needed to be peeled off. I thought there was a piece of plastic stuck to the underside of the home button, however LEAVE THAT THERE! Also, a complimentary plastic tray to organize the screws, and the inclusion of tweezers would've been nice. Overall, would purchase again!

My Problem

I phone 4 display screen replacements

My Fix

I repair My iPhone with the help of ifixt

My Advice

I have faced some problem while reassembling iPhone so please give attentions while assembling the phone

My Problem

My back and front panels were shattered badly. The front had gotten to a point where the phone was unusable. Glass started falling out and the screen had become unresponsive.

My Fix

Went great without a hitch! Some of those screws are extremely small but I kept everything organized through the entire process and replacing both panels took maybe 40 minutes.

My Advice

I watched a quick 5 minute repair video offered on the site before even ordering so I knew what I was getting into. Didn't seem too overwhelming and decided to give it a shot. The instructions listed here were very thorough and covered everything- one of the easiest repairs I've ever done. Don't be afraid to undertake this. IFixit is the best and provides you with everything!

My Problem

Front glass was shattered after a drop. Touch still worked but was annoying.

My Fix

Followed the guide and repair was easy. Some screws inside were missing from a bad repair job before so it took a little longer than expected but everything went smoothly.

My Advice

Be sure to watch out for the digitizer cable getting folded up behind the screen and the lower antenna cable getting jammed behind the logicboard.

My Problem

Large fissure on from the upper left corner to the lower left corner, and broken glass.

My Fix

iOpener kit gives you what you need to open up a ipad for presumably most repairs.

The demonstration video works well because the glass itself is intact. If like mine it is in poor condition be prepared to spend a long time scraping off shards.

It's not that the glass is easy to shatter, it's the fact the glue is so strong if you don't loosen it up enough it's only going to get worse.

I only got cut once!

My Advice

During the prying off stages i managed to severe both the wifi antenna as well as the right GPS module. The guide here states to be careful around the wifi antenna. It doesn't communicate why though...

The cable conecting both the wifi and the right GPS are glued onto the front panel. In these two areas you want to approach from the edge of the iPad and push inwards pressing up against the inside of the glass. Sliding just outright cuts the cables.