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iPhone 8+ than it will work on it, rather than an iPhone
I have only found this screen to work with the iPhone
In short, yes. The same thing will happen as with
I would suggest that you double check that you have connected everything properly and that you have manually pushed the connectors onto the right places. If that doesn't work, you may need to replace the
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In spite of that, I was so upset when I dropped my iPhone 8 Plus on the cement and on top of a rock, the screen was shattered. Due to the lack of insurance on my phone, I was going to have to buy a new phone at full retail. I had everything I needed to remove my old screen and install the new one in its place. At first, I was nervous about the instructions but managed to do it easily.
Wow! In the end, I'd say that. The screen I purchased was far beyond my expectations. I have purchased many screens to replace those of friends. This felt like a review I needed to write. The first thing to do is to prepare Included in the package are the tools. Though I have my own sets, it's nice to have an extra for later or just for a They can be used three times (usually)
2nd I would not have to lose screws to the process, and it saves so much time. You know what I mean if you have replaced a screen in the past. 3.
I like the touch and your idea is excellent! The 4th of July is the federal holiday have included a picture of the back of the screen to demonstrate how the camera and speaker assembly are pre-installed I installed it.
This is a great screen replacement. A friend of mines daughter cracked the screen of her phone, and the cell provider said it would cost several hundred dollars to replace it. As I knew I had friends who's husbands had changed screens before, I asked one of them if he would be able to install the screens and not charge too much if I bought the parts. He As soon as I received the package, I took it to him along with the phone, which he told me to order. In a couple of hours, he had it fixed and didn't charge us for his work. As for the screen, it came complete with everything he needed and looked exactly the same as the previous one. Initially, I was unsure about the product, but subsequently ended up absolutely pleased with it. My gratitude for the options other than paying the fee that the cell store wanted was appreciated.
I did receive the wrong tools in the kit. Despite its clear appearance, it does not seem to have any dead spots, and it has a smooth installation. To start with, the thing that really concerns me is I like it a lot. Having said that, I will now address the kit's problems. There should be two pages in the instructions, according to my memory. After giving you instructions on how to remove the home button, they end the article. To put everything back together, you don't even have a "do the same thing but in reverse" option. If the screen is stuck to the body, use a heat gun or similar tool to loosen it up. There is just one thing they say simply jam a slim tool under the screen and it will come This is a bit hyperbolic, but you get the picture. Prying up the glass with a heat gun, burn your fingers mildly while prying it up, and you probably won't shatter it any more than you already have. In the end, the screwdriver for two screws in the case was the only one that worked. There was no way to remove the screws on the home button or any of the hold down plates using any of these methods. The third law of Newton is luckily something I am well versed in, and I use it all the time I have replaced multiple screens on iPhones and iPads over the years because the phone will arrive first if there is an accident about to happen. In my bag of itools (if this isn't already a word- I found Dibs! The correct screwdrivers were found). My reflexes wouldn't allow me to clamp down on a tiny connector and rip it off the board. But if I did it, it would happen. The use of sharply elongated tweezers doesn't make sense to me. It's a pretty simple process with the right tools and I've found no dead spots, the color is fine, the screen is crisp and clear, the fit is excellent, the camera and speaker are already attached, saving time and reducing the need for manual labor. An extension cord, a magnifying glass, and a pair of scissors. Those little screws are starting to look like dust motes to me as I get older.
It is not the first time I have replaced screens on iPhone You may find it helpful to follow a video on YouTube. There are no problems with the included instructions. The pictures, however, are very small. As a result of my use over the last few days, I can confirm that the auto brightness and True Tone feature does not function. Upon further research, I find that this may be the case for all aftermarket screens unless you have some sort of device to take part of the original screen's code and transfer it to the new one. Autobrightness disappearing is a frustrating experience. However, having dead pixels is better than having a blank screen. I'm waiting for apple's iPhone 12 so I can use this for at least 10 months. If I had known about the limitations with aftermarket screens, I might have spent $169 on a genuine Apple.