Screen and Battery Replacement iPhone X. today we will show the basic screen replacement along with how I swap out the uniquely shaped battery inside of Apple’s newest iPhone. cheap Screen and Battery Replacement iPhone X because accidents happen and things wear out and break so it’s good to know how to get things back up and running.
let’s get started getting into this phone. is pretty similar to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 but it does get a bit easier once you are inside. the same familiar two pentalobe screws are at the bottom of the phone. I’ll have a little tool kit linked in the video description for you along with all the parts needed to complete these replacements. After getting these two screws out I like to warm up the screen a little by softening the ip67 water-resistant adhesive under the iPhone 10 display. I’ll use a suction cup and a pry tool to lift up on the glass a little and get a metal pry tool between the plastic edge of the screen and the metal edge of the frame. Then you can slice along the edge of the phone just underneath the glass to detach the rest of the adhesive. When the screen is mostly free it doesn’t pull down this time to unlock but instead just folds right open like a book. the ribbons you see on the right side of the phone are extremely fragile so don’t put any pressure on them. Apple did simplify the process with only one metal bracket this time which is nice of them still using the same triple-zero screws as previous iPhones or remove the five screws holding that metal plate down and then keep them organized off to the side. Because they definitely need to go back in the same hole they came out of it was also nice of Apple to put all the connectors in one solitary row for us.
Here in the center the connectors we care about during this tutorial are first the battery connector making sure to use a plastic pry tool when lifting this off as to not short out the battery then we can detach the two screen ribbons, one at the bottom right and the other at the bottom left side of the connector row, like a little Lego from the motherboard and here is the screen part of it simpler designed now that we don’t have the fingerprint scanner at the bottom these OLED displays are definitely going to be more expensive than the LCD iPhone screens of the past just because the part itself costs a lot more. we will have the current pricing in the description like always, also eBay have many other options, it does fluctuate with time and will get cheaper as the phone gets older the new screens will probably not come with the earpiece attached so there are three more screws when you transfer over I’ll pull these out being careful to keep track of the little niblet on the top screw then.
We can fold the speaker down and away allowing me to pull up the microphone and the other small sensors these ribbons are extremely fragile so go slow and be careful now that I have the speaker out it really does depend on how the new screen ship but you might also need to transfer over some of the clear plastics but that’s not too big of a deal historically Apple has not made things easy for people trying to fix their own phones with the old error 51 and fingerprint scanner hardware issues they’ve made things pretty complicated but with this screen we shouldn’t have any issues all the phones face unlocking Hardware is still tied to the phone and not a part of the display so thumbs up for that with only the display and digitizer connectors left on the screen we should be safe I’ll put the screen back together before jumping onto the battery replacement portion of this tutorial.
It’s pretty straightforward with all the sensors going in the same slots they came out of and then the earpiece speaker folding over back on top of them there’s the three white triple zero screws holding everything in place making sure to get that gold niblet back on that Center screw. Not sure exactly what it does but it’s probably important remember the display is one of the most expensive parts of this phone so be nice to it now let’s take a shot at removing the oddly shaped battery since the screen is already off and the battery disconnected I’ll grab the first magical pull tab at the top of the battery and slowly pull it out from underneath these are very fragile so go slow Plus that sound is delicious at the bottom of the battery there are three more stubby pull tabs these are hard to get at but if you have a pair of wide tip tweezers that would be ideal with my needle tip so I’ll just grab the edge and then fold out as best I can with my fingers if you do fail at pulling out the magical pull-tabs you’ll have to commence the pry of shame another trick that might help out is to grab the tweezers and twist the pull-tab around the tip of the tweezers to get a better grip and now the battery is out this is the most unique battery I’ve ever seen inside of a cell phone kind of interesting design choice hopefully the replacements aren’t too expensive like always I’ll have them linked in the video description below the battery we can see the wireless charging and the metal frame of the phone if you’re replacing your own battery you’ll want to use some double-sided tape to keep things from jiggling around personally I’m going to be opening this phone up more in the future so I’m skipping my adhesive for now with the battery in place and the three ribbons coming from the screen.
We will reattach to that center connector bridge I can finally plug in the battery it goes in last just to be safe I’ll test the phone out before adding that metal plate just to make sure everything is working if there are lines going through your display or it’s gray or nothing shows up it might just be a bad connection reseat those little Lego connectors and try again my phone is turned back off and the metal plate slides into place with its five screws all of these are different sizes so they need to go back in the same hole they came from finally the phone can full shut just like a little book and clip down into place and everything is still working I’ll toss the bottom two pentalobe screws back in and it’s ready to go.
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