GSM has a SIM card tray.
The model number on the back of the phone
GSM is black, CDMA is white
A and C
A and D
A and B
Complete diagnostic check list and quote within the app
Power down the iPhone
Ensure you have the correct parts, flowchart and tools
All of the above
Carefully unplug the battery from the logic board, use the nylon spudger on the right side of the battery.
Remove both EMF Shields
Depends whether it’s a CMDA or GSM iPhone
Remove the SIM card tray.
Remove all antenna and cable connections, remove all screws and the SIM card (GSM)
Remove the wifi antenna connection (CDMA) and leave the bottom carrier antenna attached, remove all screws and the SIM card (GSM)
Squeeze it tight so the memory doesn't drain out
Remove the logic-board shields
The small loop attached to the digitizer cable
The fiber optic tube
The lightening connector
The digitizer cable is ~1/8” longer than the LCD cable.
The lengths of the LCD and digitizer cables are the same.
The digitizer cable is ~1/8” shorter than the LCD cable.
The LCD cable is slightly longer than the digitizer cable.
The four corner screws
The six side screws
The screws on the logic-board
The four screws in the corners may not all fit.
Screen may not sit flush with the mid-frame.
The LCD and digitizer may not function properly
Both A and B
All of the above
Give it the client and ask them to call you if they have any problems
Call your mom to see how she is doing
Use the post-repair check list in the app
Give them a hug and thank them for their business
Ask them to give you a tip
Ask them to please give you an awesome review using the link on the text they were automatically sent through the app.