Use this guide if your new display assembly comes with the front-facing camera, earpiece speaker and LCD shield plate already installed. All you need to do is remove the old display assembly and transfer the home button to the new display assembly. If your replacement display does not include those parts, follow the display panel guide.
Use this guide to replace a cracked front panel or a broken LCD. After successfully replacing the broken screen, protect your new display from scratches by installing a screen protector.
Power draining too quickly? Battery alarmingly swollen? Just won’t hold a charge like it used to? Use this guide to replace the battery in your iPhone 5c. This guide instructs you to remove the front panel assembly, this is intended to prevent damage to the display cables. If you feel comfortable supporting the display carefully… Read more »
Use this guide to replace the cracked or broken screen on your iPhone 5s by swapping out the display assembly. This guide will help you remove the screen and the home button for transfer to the new part. This guide does not include the removal of the front-facing camera and sensor cable, or the earpiece… Read more »
Use this guide to replace the screen on your iPhone 6. This guide will show you how to remove the old display and the home button. If you do not transfer your phone’s original home button to the new display, you will lose Touch ID functionality.
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