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How to replace the front-facing FaceTime camera in an iPhone 5s

How to replace the front-facing FaceTime camera in an iPhone 5s

Have an iPhone 5s with a busted front-facing camera? Whether you have lines through the screen when trying to take selfies or the camera just won't seem to turn around, all of these can be signs that it needs to be replaced. Luckily, since it's simply attached to the front display, replacing an...
How to replace the battery in an iPhone 5c

How to replace the battery in an iPhone 5c

If the battery in your iPhone 5c just isn't what it used to be, it may be time for a new battery. If you aren't under warranty for some reason or you didn't opt for AppleCare, a battery replacement is one of the easier DIY repairs where the iPhone 5c is concerned. Not only can we walk you through...
If your iPhone 5 isn't charging anymore, it could be that third party cable you're using

If your iPhone 5 isn't charging anymore, it could be that third party cable you're using

Have an iPhone 5 that won't seem to charge past 1% or boot up at all anymore after the battery was completely depleted? It seems that you aren't alone. According to UK repair company mendmyi, who has seen an influx of iPhone 5's with this particular issue, the problem is a prime example of why...

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How to replace the front-facing FaceTime camera in an iPhone 5s

How to replace the front-facing FaceTime camera in an iPhone 5s

Have an iPhone 5s with a busted front-facing camera? Whether you have lines through the screen when trying to take selfies or the camera just won't seem to turn around, all of these can be signs that it needs to be replaced. Luckily, since it's simply attached to the front display, replacing an...
How to replace the rear iSight camera in an iPhone 5s

How to replace the rear iSight camera in an iPhone 5s

If you're having issues with the rear iSight camera in your iPhone 5s, a DIY repair is always an option, and in this particular case, it's not a terribly hard one either. Symptoms of a defective rear camera include purple spots on the lens that shows up in photos, lines through photos, issues...
How to replace a broken vibrator in an iPhone 5s

How to replace a broken vibration motor in an iPhone 5s

If your iPhone 5s no longer vibrates when it rings or when you receive any other kind of notification, it's possible that the vibrator assembly itself has either burnt out or is defective. In some cases, users have reported that the strength of the vibration diminishes over time. If any of these...
How to replace a broken vibrator in the iPhone 5c

How to replace a broken vibrator in the iPhone 5c

If you've got an iPhone 5c that just doesn't seem to vibrate no matter what mode you have it in, it's possible that the vibrator assembly itself is defective or blown. In some cases, a defective vibrator assembly also causes weak vibration that gets fainter and fainter over time. If that sounds...
How to replace the battery in an iPhone 5s

How to replace the battery in an iPhone 5s

A bad battery can severely diminish how long you can go on a full charge. If you own an iPhone 5s and either didn't opt for AppleCare or just prefer doing things on your own in order to save some money, a DIY battery replacement isn't terribly difficult. Not only that, buying the battery on your...
How to replace the battery in an iPhone 5c

How to replace the battery in an iPhone 5c

If the battery in your iPhone 5c just isn't what it used to be, it may be time for a new battery. If you aren't under warranty for some reason or you didn't opt for AppleCare, a battery replacement is one of the easier DIY repairs where the iPhone 5c is concerned. Not only can we walk you through...
How to replace a blown earpiece in an iPhone 5s

How to replace a blown earpiece in an iPhone 5s

Have an iPhone 5s with an earpiece that just isn't working like it should? Typical symptoms of a blown or defective earpiece include extremely low volume when a caller is talking or no sound at all. Typically if the earpiece is bad, switching to speakerphone allows you to hear the caller once...
How to replace a blown earpiece in an iPhone 5c

How to replace a blown earpiece in an iPhone 5c

If callers on the other end sound distorted on your iPhone 5c or you can't hear them at all, it's possible you have a blown or defective earpiece. If you aren't fully covered by Apple Care or that isn't an option in your country, performing an iPhone repair on your own is always an option....
How to fix the rear iSight camera in your iPhone: The ultimate guide

How to fix the rear iSight camera in your iPhone: The ultimate guide

If the rear iSight camera on your iPhone either isn't working or shows imperfections in photos, it's possible that the camera assembly itself is defective or damaged. While defects typically just arise for no reason, a damaged iSight camera could be caused from a hard fall. Typical symptoms of a...
How to fix a blown or distorted earpiece in your iPhone: The ultimate guide

How to fix a blown or distorted earpiece in your iPhone: The ultimate guide

If you can't hear the caller on the other end of the line when you hold your iPhone to your face, or they sound distorted all the time, it's possible that the earpiece is defective or blown out. Most users that have iPhones with this issue can verify it if speakerphone works just fine. If that...

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