How to replace your broken IPhone LCD screen

The technological advancements have changed the way people behave and interact. Data has become the most important commodity and so the portable outlets known as the ‘smart phones’ hold our entire world for us. The brand game is ever so strong as the mobile companies introduce new technology, features, apps and what not to stay innovative and ahead of the game while attracting their customers. The giants of the industry are no exception and the bigger sharks like IPhone etc are also constantly emerging with new ideas and stuff. For example, IPhone had introduced sapphire display for the iPhone 6. The material is super thin and the display screen actually produces better quality display results. The material is also strong enough to bear pressures and does not scratch easily hence perfect to use.

Nevertheless the chances of breaking the screen of the iPhone especially the glass displays of older versions such as iPhone 5s, are pretty much there and since a great number of people are using these models so here is some information of how to replace the broken LCD of the iPhone. Firstly one needs to have proper tools and that includes the availability of Pentalobe screw drivers in order to work with the fine and tiny 5 star Pentalobe screws. Also, the replacement of that should also be handy and should be of good quality so as to avoid the issue of lines on the screen. Getting to work first tape the display with clear tape and unscrew the screen from the bottom near the battery slot. Put a sucker on the screen so as to help in pulling the display slowly from the rest of the body of the phone. Then unplug the digitizer cable slowly and carefully. Then unscrew the pockets going towards the top corner of the phone and remove the display with ease. Place the replacement screen in and put the screws on so as to fix it and then start assembling properly and when done check the display by turning on the battery. This could take 15-20 minutes but if done properly can save up to $200 of repair charges.

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