iPhone 4S Blank Rear Glass Panel

$19.95

Product code: IF115-003

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iPhone 4S Blank Rear Glass Panel

$19.95

Product code: IF115-003

Product Overview

This rear panel will only work in an iPhone 4S. It will not work in an iPhone 4.

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Everything you need to fix a cracked or worn out rear glass panel.

  • Cracked? Scuffed up? Camera pictures coming out blurry? Time to replace the rear glass panel!
  • Each panel is hand inspected by iFixit techs.
  • The Fix Kit comes with our popular Liberation Kit to open your phone and leave it more repairable than you found it. Check out why you want to liberate your iPhone.
  • Want to really make your iPhone look cool. Check out our Transparent Rear Panel which allows you to show off the inside of your phone!

Note: This panel is only compatible with the iPhone 4S. We also sell rear panels for the CDMA/Verizon iPhone 4 and the GSM/AT&T iPhone 4.

Kit contents:

  • New iPhone 4S Rear Glass Panel
  • iPhone 4/4S Liberation Kit
    • Liberation kit includes Phillips screws to replace your Pentalobe screws, Philips screwdriver and Pentalobe screwdriver.

Compatibility

Identify your iPhone

  • iPhone 4S

Product Details

$19.95 Fix Kit / Black

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This panel does not have the Apple logo or any other text on it. Includes all the tools to do the repair. This rear panel will only work in an iPhone 4S. It will not work in an iPhone 4

$19.95 Fix Kit / White

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This panel does not have the Apple logo or any other text on it. Includes all the tools to do the repair. This rear panel will only work in an iPhone 4S. It will not work in an iPhone 4

$14.95 Part Only / Black

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This panel does not have the Apple logo or any other text on it. This option does not include tools. This rear panel will only work in an iPhone 4S. It will not work in an iPhone 4

$14.95 Part Only / White

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This panel does not have the Apple logo or any other text on it. This option does not include tools. This rear panel will only work in an iPhone 4S. It will not work in an iPhone 4

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Compatibility

iPhone 4S
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
 

Stories

My Problem

Kara dropped her Grandma's iPhone and the back glass shattered. Kara felt very bad, but I told her we can fix Grandma's phone. When the IFIXIT repair kit arrived she was very excited. It took about 30 minutes, counting video and picture-taking time. Kara was very happy and Grandma and Grampa were very proud! ;-D

My Fix

Kara did a great job with just a little bit of help from Grandpa!

My Advice

Very easy repair. Even a four-year-old can do it.

https://youtu.be/Vmy1sFDEqN8

sorry, the pictures would not upload. Here they are: https://www.flickr.com/photos/joe_a/sets...

My Problem

My granddaughter dropped Grandma's iPhone and the back glass cracked. She felt really bad about it but I told her not to worry we would fix it.

My Fix

A few days after ordering the replacement parts and tool kit from ifixit.com Kara was ready to fix the iPhone. With minimal help from Grampa she essentially repaired the phone by herself. Everyone was happy and proud that our little 4-year-old Granddaughter could make the repair. Here is the story: https://youtu.be/Vmy1sFDEqN8

My Advice

When we were putting the screws back in, we should have placed the phone on something raised with the button raised from the tabletop to prevent the phone from turning on while we worked on it. But noting bad happened. Everything went smoothly.

My Problem

My iPhone 4s rear panel was damaged when the phone was knocked loose from my hand.

My Fix

Very easy. Took less than a minute with the iFixit tools.

My Advice

As always, small electronic parts work require steady hands, good eyesight, good light, trays to organize parts, and clean floor in case you accidentally drop something.

For this rear panel replacement, I wasn't sure if I'd screwed in the liberation screws completely. Running my finger across the bottom surface of the phone, I could tell they weren't in completely. A few more turns were needed. A slight snap sound occurred as each screw was tightened completely.

My Problem

I dropped my iPhone and cracked the front and rear glass panels.

My Fix

The repair went fine but took longer than expected. It took me a little over two hours to replace both panels. The instructions were very well written and easy to follow. If I have to do it again I'll be back!

My Advice

The screws are really small, make sure that there is a method used to place all the screws/parts removed so that they can be put back in the same location. I used a white paper towel and positioned everything removed so that it was easy to assemble.

My Problem

Broken front screen and back glass panel.

My Fix

This is my 2nd time replacing the screen...LOL!! Easy fix, no problems or issues. Screen works well!!

My Advice

1st time users, take your time or you'll lose parts.

My Problem

Realized the back glass was broken, don't know how it happened, but it was. So I looked up what to do and found your site. Then I decided to also replace the dock connector because I when I used my phone I had to put the other person on speaker or they couldn't hear me. The sweet girl at the Apple store had told me the only solution was to replace the phone with the latest $$$ model.

My Fix

Replacing the back class was easy, although one of the screws was striped. I sent a question in, but then I found three solutions and between the three, I finally got that li'l bugger screw out. so while I had it open I went for it and followed the guide to replacing the dock connector. I had trouble understanding what part was what:

the battery

battery connector from the socket (what socket)

loudspeaker enclosure

pressure contact

speaker enclosure assembly

home button ribbon cable ZIF socket.

And that is where I got into trouble. Those ribbon cables and how to put them out of the way while I'm working. Was worried as to how delicate they were so apparently I didn't move the home button ribbon far enough out of the way and as soon as I moved the dock connector, the home button ribbon tore. So now I have placed my order for that.

My Advice

All in all it was a good experience. I am having to wait on the home button ribbon part, but I was able to do something I believed was difficult. Your instructions made it easy.

My suggestions:

1. maybe a picture with part names just for us idiots. the warning on working with the small parts such as ribbons; how far to pull out of the way or not pull. A picture of that small part.

2. instructions just say: To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order....well that's not necessarily true.

A. The new part doesn't have a retaining flap on the home button ribbon cable ZIF socket.

B. There are parts that have protective plastic covering (on the dock connector part and the back glass as well). Some of us may not realize where they all are and some may not even realize it needs to be removed.

Suggestion to an inexperienced person attempting the dock connector replacement or anything in that area of the phone: Before each step, check the step comment icon at the top right of each step. They will give you a heads up on problems and solutions before you make a mistake.

My Problem

Back cover was shattered.

My Fix

Fantastic!!! Really simple and only took 3 minutes.

My Advice

Do it!!!!

My Problem

I was trying to take the back off because it was cracked. I did not have the proper tools and I just made it worse.

My Fix

This was so easy to repair after I received the tools and parts from IFIXIT!

My Advice

Don't brake your son's phone!

My Problem

both were broken

My Fix

smoothly, phone is back in business.

My Advice

don't destroy the plastic tabs or warranty is voided

My Problem

One little drop and the back glass is shattered. Oh well, but over time, the battery starts getting hotter and hotter. Then it decides to no longer hold a charge for more than an hour or two. 75% charge to dead in seconds flat.

My Fix

For all the hype about having to take the phone to an Apple store to get it fixed....HOGWASH. Easy repair in less than 15 minutes and I have what looks like and acts like a new phone. So simple that anyone could do it.

My Advice

When you remove the two little screws from inside the phone, keep track of them! Because one is 0.2 mm longer than the other, keep them separate so you know which is the longer one.