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This will not work, as with all iPhones, each gen is different, in regards to all the plugs, clips and connectors. Even the housing and screen, all connect differently to the board, from gen to gen.
This will not work, as with all iPhones, each gen is different, in regards to all the plugs, clips and connectors. Even the housing and screen, all connect differently to the board, from gen to gen.
 
I have tried in the pastThe housing and screen, all connect differently to do this kind of refurb.

It would entail having
the board, from gen to remove and restore or augment every ribbon, aerial and part on the phone.

I once turned a 5C into a 5S, but there was so much work involved that it was hardly worth it in the end, further the phone ended up having various issues.

I see nothing with doing this kind of refurb, on something that is not sold as something it's not
gen.
I have tried in the pastThe housing and screen, all connect differently to do this kind of refurb.

It would entail having
the board, from gen to remove and restore or augment every ribbon, aerial and part on the phone.

I once turned a 5C into a 5S, but there was so much work involved that it was hardly worth it in the end, further the phone ended up having various issues.

I see nothing with doing this kind of refurb, on something that is not sold as something it's not
gen.
 
Try it, you will learn from it, as long as it's not done without any fraudulent intent.

Status:

open

Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: djwar1 ,

Text:

This will not work, as with all iPhones, each gen is different, in regards to all the plugs, clips and connectors. Even the housing and screen, all connect differently to the board, from gen to gen.

I have tried in the past to do this kind of refurb.

It would entail having to remove and restore or augment every ribbon, aerial and part on the phone.

I once turned a 5C into a 5S, but there was so much work involved that it was hardly worth it in the end, further the phone ended up having various issues.

I see nothing with doing this kind of refurb, on something that is not sold as something it's not.

Try it, you will learn from it, as long as it's not done without any fraudulent intent.

Status:

open