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https://www.fixez.com presents the official iPhone X Teardown Repair Guide. This comprehensive repair video will show you how to replace a cracked iPhone screen, swap a faulty battery, and also how to completely tear down and reassemble your iPhone X smartphone. Visit Fixez.com for all of the DIY iPhone X replacement screens, parts and tools you need to quickly, and affordably, fix your device!

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iPhone X Teardown Repair Guide Steps:

Step 1

• Power down your Apple iPhone X smartphone.

Step 2

• Eject the Nano-SIM Card Tray.

Step 3 (iPhone X Display Assembly)

• Remove the bottom 3.4mm Pentalobe screws located next to the lightning connector.

• Apply some heat and then use the precision knife to create enough space to insert a triangle opening tool.

• With the opening tool slice through the adhesive and carefully decouple the iPhone X display assembly from the rear case. Now the standard, it opens to the side.

• The display assembly is still connected to the iPhone by cables, so don’t try to remove it entirely just yet.

• Remove the following 5 Tri-Point screws securing the bracket that covers every logic board connector. These screws are different sizes, so be sure to remember where they go.

• With the unibracket out of the way pry the battery and display cables up from the logic board and free the 5.8” all-screen OLED Super Retina HD Display from the phone.

Step 4 (iPhone X Upper Display Component Assembly)

• Remove the following 3 Tri-Point screws.

• Use the spudger to help extricate the upper display component assembly. It includes the loudspeaker, microphone, ambient light sensor, flood illuminator, and proximity sensor.

Step 5 (iPhone X Battery)

• The iPhone X dual cell battery has 4 adhesive pull-tabs. The pull-tabs are adhered to the sides of cells, rather than folded over the top, making this step a little trickier than usual. Grab the first tab and try to keep the adhesive strip flat and wide.

• Slowly and gently pull each strip up and away from the iPhone X. Keep pulling until they come out from between the battery and the rear case.

• With the adhesive removed, the 2716 milliampere-hour (mAh) iPhone X battery is easily extracted.

Step 6 (iPhone X Dual 12 MP Rear-Facing Camera Module)

• With the spudger in hand, detach the two 12 MP iPhone X rear-facing cameras from the logic board.

• Remove the following 2 Phillips screws and bracket.

• The rear cameras are additionally secured to the rear case with some foam adhesive. Use the spudger to help pry them up and out of the chassis.

Step 7 (iPhone X Logic Board)

• Before digging the iPhone X logic board out of the rear case, it is necessary to dispatch of a bevy of connectors.

• Remove the following 3 Phillips screws and carefully uproot the iPhone X logic board out of the rear case.

Step 8 (iPhone X True Depth Front-Facing Camera Assembly)

• The top of the phone houses the TrueDepth front-facing camera system. Easily lift it out of the rear case.

Step 9 (iPhone X Loudspeaker)

• Remove the following 3 Phillips screws and 4 Tri-Point screws.

• Detach and remove the bracket covered in spring connectors and EMI grounding fingers.

• Remove the following Tri-Point screw and small bracket.

• Pry out the iPhone X lower speaker enclosure.

Step 10 (iPhone X Taptic Engine)

• Detach the interconnect cable.

• Remove the standoff screw and tweeze out the barometric vent.

• Remove the following Phillips screw and free the iPhone X Taptic Engine. This sleek engine uses haptic feedback to simulate the push of a button.

Step 11 (iPhone X Lightning Connector Assembly)

• Remove the following 2 standoff screws, 2 Phillips screws, and Tri-Point screw. Be sure to remember where each screw goes.

• The iPhone X Lightning connector assembly is moderately adhered to the rear case, but with a little help from the spudger it is readily removed. This cable assembly includes the lightning port and microphone.

• Peel the interconnect cable up from the iPhone X rear case.

Step 12 (iPhone X Power Button Cable Array)

• Remove the following 2 Phillips screws.

• The next component to surrender is a multi-function cable that contains the quad-LED True Tone flash and the power button.

Step 13 (iPhone X Volume Buttons Cable Array and Wireless Charging Coil)

• Remove the following 7 Phillips screws.

• With help from the tweezers and spudger we attack the wireless charging coil, and everything attached to it, including the volume buttons, ring/silent switch, and sensor bracket.

* To reassemble your device, follow the steps in reverse order.