How to Protect Your Phone from Damages
10-06-2017 08:39:24 am / By Admin / iPhone
IPhone screen damage is the most common accident that customers report. IPhone is a sensitive mobile machine and needs the proper care and attention because most cases of screen damages are dueto human negligence. All iPhone models (whether it be the 6, 6 plus, 7, or 7 plus) are very susceptible to cracking and breaking. If you have broken your iPhone screen and you are no longer protected under warranty, you may want to consider a do-it-yourself screen replacement. There is simple method that you can follow and solve your problem. It can take less than 10 minutes if you have all the right tools for the job. In this blog, you can learn the whole method of screen repair, step-by-step, from start to finish!
The essential tools that you will need will be two suction cups. These cups will be used to maintain a strong hold on the screen so that opening your phone does not go too fast and prevents you from damaging the inside of the phone.
You will need to get a good seal on the glass before lifting with the suction cup. Partial seals are not ideal but can pass if handled very carefully. Make sure you do not cut yourself on shards of glass.
Once you have taken the screen off of the iPhone, you will see that there are many, many parts inside the phone. It is imperative that you not touch any of the parts and cables that do not attach directly to the phone screen.
Fortunately, since you have already completed the screen removal process, you already know the backwards process of applying the new screen. Applying the new screen is easy and fast, and the entire screen change process takes less than 15 minutes.
If you have broken the screen on your iPhone 7 or 7Plus, you may be out of luck in the self-fix department as the replacement kits are not even available to the public, yet. Your best chance is the visit the iPhone Repairing shop, where they can do the screen repair professionally. Its also a good idea to ask them for a screen protector to be placed on the new screen, as this is help in preventing future screen accidents.