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In a typical iPhone 5s repair, if you need to replace all the small parts on the broken screen with a new one, we can show you a way to replace your broken screen, which requires less work. It will not only save you a lot of time, but it will make it more suitable for people with the most moderate tools experience. And when you’re done, your iPhone 5s will be new again!
Before you start any repair, always turn off your iPhone completely using the scroll option. Use the safety screwdriver to remove two screws on either side of the dock on the bottom of the iPhone 5s. Now, place your suction cup on the Home button and lift it slightly from below. Make sure you do not pull the entire screen because the top of the screen is still connected with a few wires. You just want to release the bottom.
Once the screen is free, lift the display up to gain the shield that holds the cables in a place. Use a screwdriver to remove the three screws holding down the iPhone 5s screen protector. Set the shield aside and remember not to mix up the screws.
Now use your cloud to search the three wires connecting the iPhone 5s screen to the dashboard. Once you have done this, the screen should be left blank. You can see only two of the cables and the third cable is at the bottom. Often, when you remove the first two, the third one comes out by itself. If not, just use your spudger to remove it. The display should now be free.
Connect the three wires on the new display to the logic board and slowly repair it. Once you have it fixed you can open your iPhone 5s. Check the following things to make sure that the display and small components are working properly.
Try a test call and make sure the earphone works properly. To test for dead spots, type the keyboard intensively and make sure that the speaker is working correctly. Make a call and put your finger on the proximity sensor to make the screen dark. If everything goes well, then you are good to go.