IPhone Screen Repair: How Easy is it to Replace iPhone Screen on Your Own?

Is it really possible to repair the iPhone screen yourself? We'll take a look at how much technical knowledge you need to fix the iPhone screen.

It goes without saying that the most common problem that iPhone users face is a cracked screen. Since iPhones are a very sensitive piece of technology and the fact that the touchscreen is made of glass, it is possible that if they are dropped, the iPhone screen will break. Then what do you do? Search eBay for a replacement screen. You can find the best iphone repair in Sydney from http://www.iexperts.com.au/iphone-repairs-sydney/.

Replacement displays sold on eBay include the parts and tools necessary for a successful screen replacement. However, how good is it?

With my extensive experience repairing and replacing iPhone screens, I can safely say that the tools sold on eBay are practically useless. The tools required are a Phillips screwdriver, razor blade or other shoe and scraper tools, tweezers, scissors, and double-sided tape or super glue.

The first step is to turn off the phone and remove the SIM tray. Then, using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the two screws at the bottom of the iPhone. This will allow you to remove the back cover. Remove the battery connector that holds the battery in place, and remove the connector and battery. The battery is stuck so you have to pull it hard.

In fact, it is very easy to connect the new iPhone display because it is just a bar connected to the motherboard. However, it is extremely difficult to return all of the pieces to their correct places and most importantly to return the screens to their correct places because they are all different sizes.

At this point, a person who does not have much technical knowledge has likely damaged the motherboard strip or does not know how to return the iPhone.