iPhone 4 Revelation Kit (GSM/AT&T)

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Product code: IF182-021

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iPhone 4 Revelation Kit (GSM/AT&T)

$24.95 Was $29.95
You save $5.00!

Product code: IF182-021

Product Overview

Show off what's going on inside your iPhone.

  • Become the coolest kid on the block by showing off the awesome insides of your iPhone!
  • New and improved design increases durability and shock resistance.
  • The super-simple installation will make you want to replace your rear panel even if you're phone isn't broken.
  • Replacement panel includes camera lens, flash diffuser, and bezel.

With the purchase of a Revelation Kit you get:

  • iPhone 4 Transparent Panel (GSM/AT&T) - stronger and better than ever!
  • iPhone 4/4S Liberation Kit - Includes Phillips screws to replace your pentalobe screws, Phillips screwdriver and pentalobe screwdriver. Why liberate your phone? Check this out.
  • iFixit iPhone 4/4S Epic Screen Protector - iFixit's Epic Screen Protector features one-of-a-kind bubble absorption technology allowing for easy application, three-tiered layer composition (anti-scratch, UV filter, and electrostatic adhesion), and lifetime warranty protection so your phone will always be protected. Includes one front protector and one rear protector.

This part only fits the iPhone 4 (GSM/AT&T). We have the equivalent product available for the iPhone 4 CDMA or Verizon and iPhone 4S.

Compatibility

Identify your iPhone

  • All GSM iPhone 4 (Not iPhone 4S)

Product Details

$24.95 Black

 
 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

One year warranty

$24.95 White

 
 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

One year warranty

$24.95 Black / Part Only

 
 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

One year warranty

Notes:

For installation, you'll need either a Phillips #000 or Pentalobe P2 screwdriver. If you're not sure which screws your phone has, both screwdrivers are included in our popular Liberation Kit. The option you currently have selected does NOT contain the Liberation Kit. Select the Fix Kit which includes the Liberation Kit if you need the tools.

$24.95 White / Part Only

 
 
 

Condition:

New

Warranty:

One year warranty

Notes:

For installation, you'll need either a Phillips #000 or Pentalobe P2 screwdriver. If you're not sure which screws your phone has, both screwdrivers are included in our popular Liberation Kit. The option you currently have selected does NOT contain the Liberation Kit. Select the Fix Kit which includes the Liberation Kit if you need the tools.

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Compatibility

iPhone 4
16 GB
32 GB
8 GB
 

Stories

My Problem

Shattered the back panel.

My Fix

I think it went decently well. The replacement panel wasn't a perfect fit and doesn't quite seal well, but it will do what i need it to do for the time being.

My Advice

Don't forget to peel off all the protectors.

My Problem

I'll blame the 2 yo. He dropped the phone and cracked the back.

My Fix

This repair was pretty smooth. I'm own one of those rare iPhone 4 with the phillips screws.

My Advice

The back fits nice and tight. If it's hard to get on put the phone between your hands like you're praying and use that force to slide it on.

My Problem

After forgetting phone was on my lap and getting out of the car the front was cracked, and it descended into further grief from that point on. When it got to the point of being unusable without depositing pieces of glass in my hand or face I decided a fix was required..

My Fix

The repair kit (front) and replacement back panel arrived 4 days after being ordered (in Australia!!) and although I had already had a glass or two of fine Australian wine (or maybe because), I decided to proceed immediately. I watched the video and followed the printed guide, and found the repair/replacement reasonably easy. I have very limited use of my left hand following a motorcycle accident some years ago, and as such found some of the 'fiddly' bits even more fiddly and a little frustrating, but completed the repair well within the expected 1 hour (as per the guide.)

My Advice

My biggest piece of advice - listen to the advice on the video and be sure to have a tray of some description that can be labelled to hold the many, many little screws.

It would have been much easier if the phillips head screwdriver that came with the repair kit was magnetised as the flathead was.

My Problem

Dead phone, Apple said they couldn't fix it. Water damage to the dock

My Fix

Fantastic... easy to follow instructions, tools worked well and I now have a cool see-through back on the phone!

My Advice

I used a magnifying light to see all the fiddly stuff (like making sure the screws were turning, not cross-threaded, etc.)

My Problem

Thing 4 has been the owner of a hand-me-down iPhone 4 for a couple of years while he waits for all of us to upgrade to the model being released in Fall 2014.

He is generally very careful with his electronics, but he ended up dropping his phone recently on asphalt and severely cracked the front screen. Since we are expecting that we'll be getting new phones for everyone this fall I told him to just suffer through it. Until one of his friends dropped it a second time... This time the cracks were shedding glass splinters so something had to be done.

Enter iFixit. I had used iFixit guides and their parts to replace a couple of 3GS batteries and an iPad v1 display with great success previously. The guides were clear in both photos and written instructions and the parts were affordable with quick free shipping.

My Fix

The install itself was actually very quick. We used an empty egg carton to hold the screws/parts in numbered compartments. The included tools were very helpful and the drivers were magnetized which was a great help.

After about 90 minutes (extra time likely due to Thing 4 and I being slow and from having to repeat some steps to remove the display and feed the ribbon correctly) the device powered up and everything was back in business.

My Advice

Only real challenge was making sure that the display/digitizer ribbon was *completely* fed through the slot in the case. If you don't feed it in all the way it will *not* reach to reconnect.

The egg carton (Thing 4's idea) is a great way to hold the parts you remove from your phone, make sure that they don't wander onto the floor, and let you number things exactly for easy reassembly.

My Problem

I dropped my iphone on a patch of carpet, and the back glass decided to break. I went a year without bothering to fix it.

My Fix

Great. Took 5 minutes, literally.

My Advice

Don't eat fast food before changing the glass, or you will go mad looking at your own fingerprints, especially on the inside of the new glass.

My Problem

My camera lens on the back cover was so scratched that every shot looked like a soft-focus love story from the 70s

My Fix

Removing the old back glass cover was simple.

There was a little flashing on one of the tabs on the new cover that caught on the milled edge of the aluminum iPhone housing. A couple minutes with a sharp x-acto knife smoothed out the molded tab on the cover, and I got it to fit well.

My Advice

To take full advantage of the new clear back glass, I stuck a couple stickers *inside* the phone, visible along with the battery and the rest of the iPhone guts.

My Problem

Dropped my 4 and broke the back (I had already ordered a case and it was set to come the next morning)

My Fix

Easy as !&&*

My Advice

This was a good and reasonably cheap fix. Just happy to have a working camera on my phone again. Shipping was quick too.

My Problem

Broken glass

My Fix

As expected, the repair is about the easiest one to make. Applies only to the 4 & 4s.

My Advice

About the only thing you can screw up is the screws themselves.

My Problem

Replace fan on Mac Mini + front & back display on iPhone 4.

My Fix

Received part and tools from iFixit 2 days after placing order.

Replacing fan on Mac Mini:

No-brainer and no problems. Time spent: 15 min.

Replacing displays on iPhone4:

Went like at dream thanks to the perfect guides from iFixit. Time spent: 1h30min.

My Advice

Probably more idiots like me out there who doesn't read the full instruction before starting the work -> Keeping track of all the disassembled part was the biggest challenge.

What I did: Used a dinner plate, tape and marker for parts described in each step.

What I should have done: Print out the readymade sheet provided by iFixit...