So your iPhone battery has stopped holding a load. Now, you’re facing the dilemma of how to fix it. Try replacing it yourself, or take it back to the Apple store and wait for it to be fixed? If you’re a person-type do it yourself, then this article will tell you exactly how you can replace that battery. Have a look at Overland Park iphone battery replacement for more info on this.
Step 1-All your data is backed up.
Step 2-The headphone jack has a small hole next to it. Locate that hole and pop your sim tray out by pushing a needle or the end of a paper clip onto the hole.
Step 3-Use a small Phillips head screwdriver to locate and remove the two tiny screws next to the dock.
Step 4-Using a gently placed spudger between the chrome ring and the display glass directly above one of the holes in the screw, the display is very gently separated from the back panel.
Step 5-Remove the panel from the dock being very careful not to break any ribbons on the other end.
Step 6— Keep the display panel with one hand, and remove the black ribbon #1 Step 7 — Gently rotate the display assembly until it is nearly vertical to allow easier access to other ribbons.
Step 8-Using a spudger to disconnect the BLACK ribbon number “2.”
Step 9-Use your spudger to flip the white plastic tab up to around 90 degrees so that it removes the last ribbon cable Step 10-Slide the black ribbon out of the socket and disconnect the panel.
Step 11— Remove from the back panel five partial thread screws that secure the logic board, two full thread screws that secure the logic board and frame, and one screw under the “Do not remove” label. (8 Maximum screws) Step 12— Unplug Ribbon “4” Step 13— Raise the motherboard out be careful not to damage the underside ribbon attaching the board to the frame.
Step 14-Unplug the string, and set aside the motherboard.
Step 15-Carefully pry the camera out of its house. It is not yet removable as it is still connected to the logic board.
Step 16-Use your spudger to pry the logic board gently up and slide it out of the phone and to the dock connector. If you meet resistance, be sure to get all the screws out in step 11.
Step 17-Pull up the attached tab to remove the battery, with some force.
Step 18-Introduce the new battery and take the steps backwards to get your iPhone back together.
You can sit back and congratulate yourself on successfully replacing your iPhone battery once you’re done going back through your steps.