iPhone Screen Replacement is Now Easy in Wexford

Unfortunately, with the pleasure of owing an iPhone comes the pain sometimes needing repairs, spares and replacement parts for the iPhone. One of the most complex repairs on an iPhone is a screen replacement repair and it is too costly to replace parts of iPad/iPhone.

Most of the iPhones problems related to cracked screen. Since iPhones are quite delicate piece of technology, and the fact is touch screen is made of glass, it is likely that if dropped, the iPhone screen will break.

One can also make replacement of iPhone screen in Wexford. You just need some tools like screwdriver, razor blade, other welding or scraping tool, tweezers, scissors and either double sided tape or super glue.

iPhone Screen Replacement Wexford

The first step is to turn the phone off and remove the sim tray. Then with help of screw driver remove the 2 screws at the bottom of the iPhones. This will allow you to remove the back cover. Unscrew the battery connector and battery.

You need to remove 5 more screws on the top of iPhone holding the shield in place. Remove the shield carefully as there are two hinges- the shield loops into the under these hinges.

There are more screws and ribbons that need removing. The iPhone camera itself needs taking out completely along with speaker and microphone.

It is actually simple to plug in the new iPhone screen, as it just a ribbon you connect on to the motherboard. However, it is extremely difficult to put all the parts back together in their correct places, and more importantly put the screen back in correct places as they are all different sizes.

At this stage it is more likely than not, that a person without much technical knowledge has either damaged a motherboard ribbon, or is completely lost on how to put back the iPhone.

Also, you can visit our other blogs on iPad repair steps and we brief you in detail about other services related to Apple devices.

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