IPhone 5S Take Apart Repair Guide

IPhone 5S Take Apart Repair Guide


http://www.RepairsUniverse.com – Bringing it to you first, the iPhone 5S is fully disassembled in this video teardown / repair guide. If you are looking for how to fix your iPhone 5S, this video guide will walk you through it all!

Each step of this take apart is shown in detail to fix any of the most common damages your iPhone 5S may have, including: a cracked touch screen digitizer, broken LCD display, non-functional headphone jack, damaged dock port, and much more.

Find all of the Parts & Tools you need to fix your iPhone 5S at:
http://www.repairsuniverse.com/iphone-5s-screen-replacement-repair-parts.html?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=iPhone+5S&utm_campaign=YouTube

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25 thoughts on “IPhone 5S Take Apart Repair Guide

  1. Rocky, We only offer the combination LCD(inner display) and Digitizer(outer
    glass) due to the fact that the two are fused together and very difficult
    to take apart. you can check out our site, repairsuniverse (.com) to see if
    you’d like to replace this part through us!

  2. do you guys have a screw placement chart i’m having trouble finding them
    for all versions of iphone 4, 4s, 5, 5c, 5s can you guys help

  3. Do you guys sell the metal back for the LCD screen? I purchased the screen
    and expected it to come with one. The last one was damage so now i need a
    replacement.

  4. I watched this whole thing and followed along and you stopped before
    finishing removing all the components. Now I stick. yikes!

  5. I repaired my broken screen and now I am unable to download any of my
    photos or videos to my computer from my phone. Do You know if there might
    be something I did wrong or did not reconnect properly?

  6. my phone fell in the gutter for 20 minutes with a mophie case on, the
    second i found it i turned it off, threw it in a rice bag asap, but next
    morning it was ON, and it seems like it was on for a good 2-3 hours and on
    the top of the screen u can see a slanted water mark behind the screen, i
    tried turning it off, it wouldn’t really let me swipe, i guess from residue
    on the screen or moisture, turned it off again, gave it a distilled water
    bath, 90% alcohol bath, wiped it down, got as much water out of the
    microphone holes as i can and left it in the rice bag for 6 days, now i
    connect the lighting charger… it turns gray for 3 seconds then shuts off,
    and repeats…. is my phone a goner? or i can still save it

  7. at 5:51, my home button screws won’t come out 🙁 i have the same tool he
    uses in the video and its not working for any of my phillips screws behind
    the home screen :(

  8. I had my phone repaired from a cracked screen a couple of months ago. I
    noticed my self view camera does no work. Can it be that the screws that
    hold down the ribbon connectors were mixed up? If so are these screws
    different sizes and have a specific hole to fall in place. Thanks in
    advance.

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    after AT&T rejected the accessibility of many unlocking internet sites to
    their database following the continue, which caused so many factory unlocks
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    without doubt one of many most secure unlocking website you’ll find on the
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  10. I had two additional flat screws at the top of my 5S motherboard that you
    didn’t show removal of. I removed one, but didn’t see the other in the top
    little L box, so that little box snapped off! OUCH! After all that! Will
    the motherboard still work if this little top box isn’t connected to it?

  11. Does this tiny “WiFi Antenna” need to be in any special position after
    replacement?? It seems to be able to lay in a number of positions, and
    after replacing the screen, my WiFi button is grayed out and says “WiFi is
    unavailable”. 

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