Einleitung

Folge dieser Anleitung um deinem iPhone 6 mit einem neuen Akku neues Leben einzuhauchen.

Diese Anleitung rät dazu, das Front Panel während dem Austausch zu entfernen, um Beschädigungen der Kabel zu vermeiden. Wenn du glaubst, das Display nicht abstecken zu müssen, während du den Akku aus dem Gehäuse entfernst, lasse die entsprechenden Schritte aus und springe direkt zum Entfernen des Akkus.

Kalibriere deinen Akku, um eine optimale Leistung zu erzielen: Entleere den Akku auf unter 10% und lade ihn dann ohne Unterbrechung bis 100% auf. Außerdem kannst du dieser Anleitung folgen, um die folgenden Teile auszutauschen:

Video Übersicht

Image 1/1: Schalte dein iPhone ab, bevor du mit der Demontage beginnst.
  • Vor der Demontage des iPhones entlade die Batterie auf unter 25%. Eine geladene lithium-Ionen Batterie kann Feuer fangen und/oder explodieren, wenn sie beschädigt wird.

  • Schalte dein iPhone ab, bevor du mit der Demontage beginnst.

  • Entferne die beiden 3,6 mm Pentalobe Schrauben neben dem Lighting Connector.

When reconnecting be VERY careful not to over tighten. The connectors on the screen that these 3.6mm Pentalobe screws lock with are notorious for breaking off

Blair Tryba - Antwort

what do i do if ive managed to tighten them too hard and now they wont come off?

kristian686 -

Before opening the phone, I gently warmed it using a buckwheat heating pad. This made removal of the adhesive strips (steps 20 to 24) easy.

Howard Bales - Antwort

I put mine back together but mine looks very different than this one. Why is it that when I make a call I cannot hear through the ear piece and have to put it on speaker. Also my screen doesn't go black when my face touches it

Bailey Wilson - Antwort

Hey Bailey, which repair were you attempting? Is it possible you have a 6s, or maybe a 6 Plus? You may have better luck with faster troubleshooting if you post in our Answer Forum!

Sam Lionheart -

Image 1/1: Wenn der Abstandshalter aus Plastik noch in der Mitte des iSclack ist, entferne diesen jetzt – er ist nicht benötigt für größere Smartphones wie das iPhone 6.
  • Die nächsten drei Schritte zeigen die Benutzung des iSclack, ein gutes Werkzeug um das iPhone 6 sicher zu öffnen, welches wir allen empfehlen, die mehr als eine Reparatur durchführen. Wenn du den iSclack nicht benutzt springe zu Schritt 5

  • Wenn der Abstandshalter aus Plastik noch in der Mitte des iSclack ist, entferne diesen jetzt – er ist nicht benötigt für größere Smartphones wie das iPhone 6.

    • Schließe den Griff des iSclack, um die Saugnapf-Zange zu öffnen.

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Image 1/2: Positioniere den oberen Saugnapf direkt über (aber nicht auf) dem Home Button und drücke ihn gegen das Display. Image 2/2: Öffne den Griff um die Zange zu schließen. Platziere die Saugnäpfe mittig und drücke Sie kräftig gegen die Ober- und Unterseite des iPhones.
  • Platziere das untere Ende deines iPhone zwischen den Saugnäpfen.

    • Positioniere den oberen Saugnapf direkt über (aber nicht auf) dem Home Button und drücke ihn gegen das Display.

  • Öffne den Griff um die Zange zu schließen. Platziere die Saugnäpfe mittig und drücke Sie kräftig gegen die Ober- und Unterseite des iPhones.

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Image 1/2: Das iSclack Öffnungswerkzeug wurde entwickelt, um dein iPhone genau so weit zu öffnen, dass die Teile getrennt werden können, aber keine Kabel beschädigt werden. Image 2/2: Löse die Saugnäpfe von deinem iPhone.
  • Halte dein iPhone gut fest und schließe den Griff des iSclack um die Zange zu öffnen. Die Saugnäpfe heben dabei das Front Panel von der Rückseite des Geräts.

  • Das iSclack Öffnungswerkzeug wurde entwickelt, um dein iPhone genau so weit zu öffnen, dass die Teile getrennt werden können, aber keine Kabel beschädigt werden.

  • Löse die Saugnäpfe von deinem iPhone.

  • Überspringe die nächsten drei Schritte und fahre fort mit Schritt 8.

The iSclack opened the iPhone 6 with little effort. I could have given even less opening pressure than I did. Fantastic tool. Worth the investment.

Tim Dougherty - Antwort

It's never mentioned anywhere that with iSclack even if you save the cables, glass easily detach from plastic frame. When you ri-assembly the phone, this will involve a glass not perfectly adherent to the body. In my opinion is better if you help yourself with a spudger to lift frame from rear case when you are using the iSclack.

marco bigoni - Antwort

Image 1/1: Presse den Saugnapf über dem Home Button gegen das Display.
  • Wenn du keinen iSclack zur Verfügung hast, verwende einen Saugnapf, um das Front Panel anzuheben:

    • Presse den Saugnapf über dem Home Button gegen das Display.

    • Überprüfe, ob der Saugnapf auch wirklich richtig sitzt.

This is nearly impossible on a screen that is shattered

Erik Madsen - Antwort

Try putting a strip of packing tape on the screen. That will make the surface smooth and help keep the suction.

Joanna - Antwort

Image 1/1: Nimm dir Zeit und übe konstante, starke Kraft auf den Saugnapf aus. Die Displayeinheit sitzt im Vergleich zu anderen Geräten sehr fest.
  • Halte das iPhone mit einer Hand fest und ziehe am Saugnapf, um das Front Panel vom hinteren Gehäuse zu trennen.

    • Nimm dir Zeit und übe konstante, starke Kraft auf den Saugnapf aus. Die Displayeinheit sitzt im Vergleich zu anderen Geräten sehr fest.

  • Heble den hinteren Gehäuseteil mit einem Plastic Opening Tool vorsichtig von der Display Einheit weg, während du weiterhin am Saugnapf ziehst.

  • Durch einige Clips ist die Front Panel Einheit am hinteren Gehäuse befestigt. Womöglich musst du die Front Panel Einheit deshalb gleichzeitig mit Plastic Opening Tool und Saugnap bearbeiten, um sie zu lösen.

Pulling up on the suction cup helped get me started, but what worked for me was pulling up gently while sliding the plastic prybar gently along the seam towards the top of the phone (on both sides), and it came open without having to put excess pressure on the suction.

lauren carroll - Antwort

Same here, just open the gap a little with the suction cup and then use the opening tool on both sides.

Tobias - Antwort

Along with the suction cup I used some Command adhesive strips to hold the bottom of the phone to a workbench as they easily pull/stretch away when you need to remove them!

Dion Sosa - Antwort

Suction cup pictured here is the older version (with ring). I have one from my previous battery replacement on iPhone 5 and used that instead. The new one (gray with blue handle) kept on popping off. Overall, popping out screen was not as hard as it seems with these instructions, but do proceed with caution.

youmingc - Antwort

Image 1/2: Entferne den Saugnapf von der Displayeinheit. Image 2/2: Entferne den Saugnapf von der Displayeinheit.
  • Ziehe an der Kunststoff-Noppe, um die Vakuumversiegelung am Saugnapf zu lösen.

  • Entferne den Saugnapf von der Displayeinheit.

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Image 1/3: Einige Clips entlang der Oberkante des Front Panels bilden ein nicht durchgängiges Scharnier. Image 2/3: Während des Wiederzusammenbaus, lege die Clips gerade unter der oberen Kante des hinteren Gehäuses an. Fahre dann mit dem Front Panel nach oben, bis seine obere Kante bündig mit der des hinteren Gehäuseteils ist. Image 3/3: Während des Wiederzusammenbaus, lege die Clips gerade unter der oberen Kante des hinteren Gehäuses an. Fahre dann mit dem Front Panel nach oben, bis seine obere Kante bündig mit der des hinteren Gehäuseteils ist.
  • Öffne das iPhone, indem du das Home Button-Ende des Front Panels vom hinteren Gehäuse wegklappst und dabei die Oberkante des Mobiltelefons als Scharnier verwendest.

    • Einige Clips entlang der Oberkante des Front Panels bilden ein nicht durchgängiges Scharnier.

    • Während des Wiederzusammenbaus, lege die Clips gerade unter der oberen Kante des hinteren Gehäuses an. Fahre dann mit dem Front Panel nach oben, bis seine obere Kante bündig mit der des hinteren Gehäuseteils ist.

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Image 1/3: Zur Not hilft eine ungeöffnete Getränkedose. Image 2/3: Befestige das Display mit einem Gummiband, während du arbeitest. Das verhindert ein ungewolltes Dehnen der Displaykabel. Image 3/3: Befestige das Display mit einem Gummiband, während du arbeitest. Das verhindert ein ungewolltes Dehnen der Displaykabel.
  • Öffne das Display um ca. 90 Grad und lehne es gegen etwas, damit es abgestützt ist, während du an dem Mobiltelefon arbeitest.

    • Zur Not hilft eine ungeöffnete Getränkedose.

  • Befestige das Display mit einem Gummiband, während du arbeitest. Das verhindert ein ungewolltes Dehnen der Displaykabel.

A picture is worth a thousand words! This idea at Step 9 is perfect and you can definitely do the entire rest of the battery replacement WITHOUT having to disconnect the display from the rear case. Just leave it secured exactly as shown in this picture and you're good to go. I just completed the repair and the most difficult part was just lining up the new battery connector! Excellent instructions and generally EASY repair because this step was so helpful!

Ryan - Antwort

Image 1/1: Eine 2,2 mm Schraube
  • Entferne die folgenden Kreuzschlitzschrauben von der Akkuverbindungsklemme:

    • Eine 2,2 mm Schraube

    • Eine 3,2 mm Schraube

#000 needed here

David Pobuda - Antwort

These screws require a Phillips #000 not Phillips #00 bit.

David Powell - Antwort

How do you know that? Just wondering :)

John Pierre -

I replace the antenna in the upper left-hand corner an in the bottom middle with the lightning connector because After disassemble it completely i lose my ability to have Cellular. After i replace both antennas i can find i nevertheless have cellular. anybody an idea ?

kupies2011 - Antwort

@davidsapowell @David+Pobuda - I've submitted an update per your comments. Thanks for the guidance!

Nate Schley - Antwort

With the phillips screwdriver included in the repair kit I cannot unscrew any of the interior screws because it is not the right size even though according to these comments all of the screws are #000 and on the product listing it says that the screwdriver I got is #000. Any suggestions?

Wilson Styres - Antwort

Upon reassembly I found the Red 2.2 mm screw won't seat. Is it possible it sheared off? The Orange 3.2 is solid in both holes but 2.2 doesn't securely fit in either.. Should I just leave off the 2.2?

smcgreg - Antwort

Duh, had the cover on the wrong way. Switched it around and the screw fit. (:

smcgreg - Antwort

When I insert the 3.2 mm screw... The phone shuts down, very weird because am not seeing what could cause this short...

Juan Monge - Antwort

Using the Phillips 000 screwdriver included in the kit, I am able to remove the 3.2 mm screw, but not the 2.2 mm one.

Dan Solovay - Antwort

Image 1/1:
  • Entferne die metallene Abdeckung des Akkuanschlusses aus dem iPhone.

Why in the YouTube video do you skip removing the battery connector

mjcoughlin70 - Antwort

Where to buy this bracket?

syidan - Antwort

Image 1/1: Achte darauf, dass du nur am Akkustecker hebelst und nicht am Anschluss auf dem Logic Board. Wenn du am Sockel hebelst, kannst du diesen irreparabel beschädigen.
  • Heble den Stecker des Akkus vorsichtig mit einem Plastic Opening Tool von seinem Anschluss auf dem Logic Board.

  • Achte darauf, dass du nur am Akkustecker hebelst und nicht am Anschluss auf dem Logic Board. Wenn du am Sockel hebelst, kannst du diesen irreparabel beschädigen.

I skipped steps 13-19 and just left the front panel rubber banded while I removed the battery. I just made sure to be careful while removing the adhesive strips so as not to move around the body of the phone too much. Skipping the steps made the whole process much faster and easier.

Tonima Chaudhury - Antwort

I also skipped steps 13-19 after reading the first comment.

youmingc - Antwort

I skipped those steps too and was successful. Thanks for this tip!

jaksbackpack - Antwort

Can disconnecting the battery connector while power is on ruin the backlight? Or can disconnecting the power connector at a different stage ruin the back light?

mitch Toler - Antwort

You should power down the phone before disconnecting the battery. That said, the backlight should be fine. A blown backlight circuit is most commonly caused by disconnecting the display when the battery is still connected.

Jeff Suovanen -

Thanks for that tip Tonima! This is another confirmation that skipping steps 13-19 worked out great!

As an extra measure, in addition to leaving the front panel rubber banded in it's open, vertical position (I secured mine to a can of beans) and being very careful and controlled when removing the adhesive strips; before using the suction cup to separate the front panel from the rear case, I had secured the back side of the rear case to my working surface (kitchen table) with a strip of folded over duct tape (creating double sided tape). Such might not have been necessary as I held the rear case with one hand while removing the adhesive strips with the other, though it just felt safer having the rear case (as well as the front panel) well secured in place to help assure that I didn't accidentally cause any damage to those very fragile looking cables that were left connected, by any possible movements of either of the iPhone's halfs during the pulling to remove the adhesive strips.

Russ Levey - Antwort

Image 1/1: Drei 1,2 mm Schrauben
  • Entferne die folgenden fünf Kreuzschlitzschrauben, mit dem die Klemme des Front Panel Kabels befestigt ist:

    • Drei 1,2 mm Schrauben

    • Eine 1,7 mm Schraube

    • Eine 3,1 mm Schraube

  • Eine falsche Platzierung dieser Schrauben führt zu einer permanenten Beschädigung des Logic Boards.

Be careful when replacing the screws, not to accidentally put the 1.7mm screw into the center hole, where the 1.2 screw belongs. This can cause "Long Screw" damage, and render your phone unusable.

damianodessgillett - Antwort

I don't have the magnetic pad but use duct tape face up in a tray. I write the step number and color of the screw on the sticky surface and let the screw stand heads up on the goo. The screw is presented for the driver when reassembling.

griffn - Antwort

Can't stress enough how important it is not to mix up these screws! Using the 1.7mm screw for the lower left fixing will cause "long screw damage" and kill the backlight on the phone. I believe @damianodessgillett made the same point. Wish we could display a small warning message here to be extra careful for future fixers!

kev - Antwort

I use a screw ID technique similar to griffn's; I print out the PDF version of the guide, then Scotch-tape each screw type to the guide at the step where the screw was removed. The screws are then distinguished by size and type at the point where they need to be reinstalled.

adlerpe - Antwort

i am trying but only could open 2 screws and cannot open the rest of them, can you help me??

girlsrock742 - Antwort

@girlsrock742 - I'm new here, but from what I've seen, questions like yours don't get answered. I have 2 suggestions:

# Be more specific about what your issue is.

# Make sure you're using the right screwdriver. (Get a magnifying glass & make sure the screwdriver fits nicely in the screwhead.) This guide is included in a guide I'm looking at, and my guide has a comment that #000 phillips is required for the battery connector bracket above, not #00 as documented. (That comment did not convey to this guide....)

Good luck!

Nate Schley - Antwort

Thanks to @griffn & @adlerpe! I've updated the tools list to include the magnetic pad, and -- for us infrequent fixers -- I made a note in the intro text to describe the sort of thing you two noted here in place of the mag pad.

Also, to @damianodessgillett & @kev - I've submitted an update to the instructions to add the caution you recommend to the step. Hopefully others will avoid the pain of the Long Screw damage.

Nate Schley - Antwort

It's possible to damage only a slot of flex cable ? I've opened my iPhone 6 but now front camera, speaker and the proximity sensor are not working. I've bought a new flex cabe to test it, but I have to be sure about that.

cruz.giovanni - Antwort

I'm so worried I'm going insert the wrong screw. Does anyone have any suggestions to knowing how to properly tell the size of each screw? I bought a screw set and a magnetic pad but still have the same issue. Not knowing the correct placement of each screw. I'd definitely appreciate any help.

Patric - Antwort

Hi Patric! We use a set of calipers to measure our screws, failing that you could use a very fine ruler. If you don't have any kind of measuring equipment, line the screws up on the magnetic mat and sort them by size there. Ideally you only have screws from this step! If you are trying to determine the size of all the screws in this guide, it's probably best to get a real ruler/caliper for the fine distinctions.

Sam Lionheart -

Do you have to remove the display to replace the battery?

Michael Aguilera - Antwort

It's not absolutely necessary to remove the display, I kept my display propped up throughout the operation. Removal of the display doesn't seem to offer any particular benefit, unless you have problems with the adhesive strips.

Adam - Antwort

Hi. I messed up with the screws in the cover guard sheet for the display ribbon and my iPhone 6 plus isn't turning on. Does that mean the logic board is dead or the battery ? Should I throw the phone in the garbage can ?

nzf - Antwort

I can confirm it's not necessary to remove anything other than battery bracket. If you support the screen against something as in the picture, just make sure you hold the iPhone absolutely still with one hand while pulling out the adhesive strips with the other. I also used a small piece of tape to hold the screen in place against the box while I worked.

I am now a very happy customer and am looking forward to another few years life from my awesome iPhone 6!

Matt Whiteley - Antwort

There is no need to do this step. No need to remove these 5 screws. Just make sure the screen is propped up against something strong and this step is unnecessary for the proper removal and re-insertion of battery.

arunhn - Antwort

I left the front panel connected and it was much quicker. But, if you have to wrestle with the battery, it is much safer with the front panel removed. If you have worked on a few phone before, I'd try removing the battery with the front panel connected. If the battery is giving you problems(like if you tear the strips and have to heat the backside), you can always come back to this step.

Joel Horie - Antwort

I strongly recommend you leave the display connectors alone if you can. My battery came out without a fight, but I found the display connectors to be almost tragically delicate, and I had white lines in the display when I booted it. During the subsequent attempts to remedy that situation, things went down hill and now I'm waiting for an entirely new display to try to rescue the phone from repair oblivion.

kevin hekman - Antwort

I also skipped all of the screen-removal steps and had nary a problem. Just rubber band the screen around whatever it is propped against and I believe you'll be fine.

Billy Bob Baler - Antwort

Hello! I put the screws on in the wrong order and I believe my backlight is dead, iTunes still recognizes my phone when I plug it in, but the screen is blank. Is it possible to replace the logic board or is the phone useless forever?

Tanya Lyn Willard - Antwort

You probably connected the cables wrong, try doing this step again and carefully correct your cables.

June Beltran -

I totally recommend doing this step first before removing the battery connector bracket, it will be much easier and comfortable with the screen out of the way.

Also I recommend drawing the bracket on a piece of paper and place the screws on top of the respective position on the drawing, this way you won't be confused when putting them back.

June Beltran - Antwort

I accidentally lost a 1.2mm screw while doing a screen replacement. Will this make the phone malfunction in anyway after I close it back up or its fine?

Walter White - Antwort

DO NOT DO THIS STEP. It is totally unnecessary to remove the connectors, and they are a really big pain to put back in, and there is risk of damaging them, and it adds a lot of time to the process of replacing the battery. Just securely prop up the front panel, and then if you gently heat the back of the phone when removing the adhesive strips, the battery comes off easily. I could have saved myself about 2 hours and a lot of frustration if I had just left these connectors in. I wish the instructions here would just include this step (connector removal) ONLY IF the battery doesn't come out easily.

J Marr - Antwort

Exactly, just like J, Marr indicates, this step is not necessary. Just make sure you're careful to not move the phone too much, otherwise you can damage the film connectors. Other than that I even heated my phone to remove the adhesive, and thank God, nothing bad happened to it.

Mc Floyd -

Image 1/1:
  • Entferne die Klemme des Front Panel Kabels vom Logic Board.

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Image 1/2: Verwende die flache Seite eines Spudgers, um die Frontkamera und den Sensorenkabelstecker zu trennen. Image 2/2: Verwende die flache Seite eines Spudgers, um die Frontkamera und den Sensorenkabelstecker zu trennen.
  • Achte während der nächsten vier Schritte darauf, nur an den Kabelsteckern zu hebeln und nicht an deren Fassungen auf dem Logic Board.

  • Verwende die flache Seite eines Spudgers, um die Frontkamera und den Sensorenkabelstecker zu trennen.

I can not get these electrical connections to reconnect. If there is some secret to this it should be noted. I now have a phone all taken apart and can not get it back together. It makes no sense to only give directions to take a phone apart and not to put it back together.

douglas hughes - Antwort

Use sideways bright light and peek underneath as you mate the contacts to align properly. Press very gently and evenly. Others have written that too much pressure in the center may warp the contact.

mahoffman - Antwort

I'm having the same problem as above...really upset and frustrated at this point. :( 2/4 connectors (top and right) will 'click' just fine...the other two (bottom two) for the life of me wont connect!!!! :( any suggestions? i feel like i have tried everything. Sucks that is only thing stopping me screen from being repaired....

alyssaavaldezz - Antwort

Hi alyssa. Were you able to connect the cables? I am having the same problem

Veronica del Rio -

regarding cable connects - if two of the ribbon cables are not properly overlapped around each other, then it will appear as if cable #2 will need to plug into the closest jack, which is actually for cable#3. Look at the two connectors carefully - they are opposite gender and can't be interchanged.

David Panak - Antwort

This is good advice, and usually the problem people experience here. There is a very specific way the ribbon cables are layered, and if not correct when reassembled, the reach of the cables will cause you to assume which cable goes where and to try to insert the wrong plugs into the wrong sockets. Please do not try to force them. If they don't snap in easily, examine them closely, and you'll see the plugs and sockets are slightly different sizes, with one wider than the other. Better to take care to note how the cables layer during disassembly, or perhaps mark them to avoid this frustration on reassembly.

gybeho -

Check order of cables. From screen replacement.

lee moran - Antwort

my problem is that the connectors are different the screen i replaced it with the connectors were longer than the broken screen even though there the exact same type of screen

andrew midgett - Antwort

Probably just have the cables out of order. Check the posts above.

gybeho - Antwort

"gybeho" Ok, but it's impossible to install flex cables out of order. Each one has diferent sizes of docking...

cruz.giovanni - Antwort

it is very possible to install flex cables out of order. to most people working on their first screen replacement they do not have the experience to notice that their flex cable connection is different than the dock connection. this causes them to press harder and force the connection into the dock, ruining the connections, if they do not think the they have the cables out of order

Dakota Navarrete - Antwort

I'm with Andrew Midgett. The connectors are just plain different in size and orientation. My phone matches what's shown in the picture above. You can see an example of the replacement part if you search Amazon for "Sanka LCD Touch Screen Digitizer Frame Assembly Full Set Screen Replacement for iPhone 6". And Sanka isn't the only iPhone 6 replacement that looks like that, so no hating on that manufacturer here.

Does this mean that some iPhone 6 phones have one set of connectors and some have a different set? FWIW, the model on the back of my phone says A1549.

PG McLaughlin - Antwort

Update: Searching for iPhone 6S instead of 6 on Amazon, I see lots of replacement screens with connectors that look a lot more like what I have and what's shown in the picture above. (One connector has a horizontal orientation, the other is vertical. I can't be sure whether the pins or dimensions match otherwise.) Any wisdom here?

PG McLaughlin - Antwort

Had the same problem with the correct layering of cable harnesses. Perhaps an additional photo showing the correct layering would be helpful for 1st timers?

William Breen - Antwort

Image 1/2: Image 2/2:
  • Verwende das flache Ende eines Spudgers, um den Home Button Kabelstecker zu trennen.

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Image 1/2: Wenn du dein Mobiltelefon wieder zusammenbaust, springt das Datenkabel möglicherweise vom Stecker ab. Dies kann in weißen Linien oder einem schwarzen Bildschirm resultieren, wenn du dein Mobiltelefon wieder anmachst. Wenn das passiert, schließe das Kabel einfach wieder an und starte dein Mobiltelefon erneut. Image 2/2: Wenn du dein Mobiltelefon wieder zusammenbaust, springt das Datenkabel möglicherweise vom Stecker ab. Dies kann in weißen Linien oder einem schwarzen Bildschirm resultieren, wenn du dein Mobiltelefon wieder anmachst. Wenn das passiert, schließe das Kabel einfach wieder an und starte dein Mobiltelefon erneut.
  • Trenne den Display Datenkabelstecker mit einem Spudger.

  • Wenn du dein Mobiltelefon wieder zusammenbaust, springt das Datenkabel möglicherweise vom Stecker ab. Dies kann in weißen Linien oder einem schwarzen Bildschirm resultieren, wenn du dein Mobiltelefon wieder anmachst. Wenn das passiert, schließe das Kabel einfach wieder an und starte dein Mobiltelefon erneut.

you missed the name of the second connctor. there are four total

copykatt - Antwort

My screen is completely black and i can see the lights turning on when i press the home or lock button. Maybe this cable got damaged ?

Gabriel Hirata - Antwort

Perhaps you bought a faulty screen. Often this is the case when it shows completely black.

William Mullan - Antwort

When I was preforming this step, while reassembling, I had to connect the digitizer cable four times. On the last time, before screwing the Front Panel Assembly Cable Bracket on, I reconnected the battery connector and turned my phone on (ensuring that I was careful not to damage any cables!) to ensure that all cables were connected correctly and that the screen was fully functional.

Christopher - Antwort

NO NO NO ! i am a professional iphone repairman and i strongly recommend against using ANY tool to disconnect the flex connectors if u slip or use to much force you will damage the connector and may cause permanent damage to the phones logic board rendering it completely UNrepairable! Instead gently use the edge of your fingernail and pry up and the connectors will usually come off with very little effort .

taylor sparks - Antwort

Fingernails work great as well! However, there's nothing wrong with using a tool, as long as you exercise a little caution. If you've ever seen one of Apple's iPhone service manuals, you'll note that they use the exact same tool as iFixit (Apple calls it a "black stick" and iFixit dubs it a "spudger.")

Jeff Suovanen -

I'm pretty sure ifixit are pros, I used them 4 times to fix phones and no problems with using tools for flex cables.

Dave - Antwort

If you still have white lines after you've tried reconnecting the connectors and power cycling. Just do a hard reset a few more times, let the phone stay on and wait a while. As long as it's not damaged, the lines will fade over the next hour or so. Your phone will be as good as new.

grjos - Antwort

Image 1/2: Achte beim Wiederanschluss des Kabels darauf, '''nicht in der Mitte des Steckers zu drücken'''. Drücke erst an einem und dann am anderen Ende des Steckers. Wenn du in der Mitte drückst, kannst du den Anschluss und das Kabel des Touch Panels  beschädigen. Image 2/2: Achte beim Wiederanschluss des Kabels darauf, '''nicht in der Mitte des Steckers zu drücken'''. Drücke erst an einem und dann am anderen Ende des Steckers. Wenn du in der Mitte drückst, kannst du den Anschluss und das Kabel des Touch Panels  beschädigen.
  • Verwende das flache Ende eines Spudgers, um den Kabelstecker des Digitizers zu trennen.

  • Achte beim Wiederanschluss des Kabels darauf, nicht in der Mitte des Steckers zu drücken. Drücke erst an einem und dann am anderen Ende des Steckers. Wenn du in der Mitte drückst, kannst du den Anschluss und das Kabel des Touch Panels beschädigen.

Reassembly was harder than other i devices I have worked on. A bench light from the side helped a lot with the first cable, the digitizer. The others went a bit better in this crowded space. I had screen lines when testing it out before closing the top, so reinstalled all four connectors here with the aid of a side light and happily, that worked!

griffn - Antwort

i crossed over the first two cables initially, when re-assembled; make sure by the WIDTH that you are trying to connect them in the right order.

awr - Antwort

How many times can i peel these connections without braking the connection between screen and logic borad

falken1337 - Antwort

Is this the breaking down process for the Verizon version of the iPhone 6s? I know the flex cables were different for other versions and with my last iPhone I made the mistake of ordering one that had completely different cable places. Someone please send me a link to one that fits the Verizon 4.7 display!!!

Bailey Duncan - Antwort

This break down isn't for a 6S. It is for a plain 6 (no S). Yes there is some differences because of the 3D touch feature.

Keith Mullins - Antwort

So what is the fix if there is digitizer damage? Replacing the screen?

After reinstallation, I am encountering issues with an area of the screen that is not responding to touch. Everything else works fine.

Anyone have any ideas how I should proceed?

Jonathan Rivera - Antwort

I had the most issues when reassembling with this step. The plastic tool is a fail in my experience since not enough pressure could be applied using it. I just ended up using my finger and that worked 10Xs better. My advice, watch a few YouTube videos of people reconnecting the connectors and you'll be fine.

grjos - Antwort

Image 1/1:
  • Entferne die Front Panel Einheit vom hinteren Gehäuse.

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Image 1/1: Benutze deine Finger oder eine stumpfe Pinzette und sei extra vorsichtig wenn du in der Nähe des Akkus arbeitest – einen Li-Ionen Akku aufzustechen kann gefährliche Chemikalien freisetzen und einen Brand verursachen.
  • Ziehe den ersten Akku-Klebestreifen, ausgehend von der unteren rechten Ecke des Akkus, nach unten weg.

    • Benutze deine Finger oder eine stumpfe Pinzette und sei extra vorsichtig wenn du in der Nähe des Akkus arbeitest – einen Li-Ionen Akku aufzustechen kann gefährliche Chemikalien freisetzen und einen Brand verursachen.

Before you start on the battery, jump ahead to step 27. Click the "this guide" and read and watch the video. Then come back and start on the battery. The adhesive strips are difficult the first time. They work like 3M Command Strips products, if you've ever used those. Stretching them lengthwise makes them release.

Joel Horie - Antwort

Image 1/1: Achte darauf, nicht gegen den Akku oder Komponenten im unteren Bereich zu ziehen, damit der Klebestreifen nicht reißt.
  • Ziehe den Akku-Klebestreifen vorsichtig Richtung unterem Rand des iPhones.

    • Achte darauf, nicht gegen den Akku oder Komponenten im unteren Bereich zu ziehen, damit der Klebestreifen nicht reißt.

  • Ziehe weiter, bis du den Streifen zwischen dem Akku und der Rückseite herausziehen kannst. Wenn du dabei erhöhten Widerstand spürst ziehe nicht weiter, sondern fahre mit dem nächsten Schritt fort.

  • Sollte der Akku-Klebestreifen trotz allem beim Entfernen reißen, nutze nur deine Finger oder eine stumpfe Pinzette, um den Rest zu greifen und weiter zu ziehen.

    • Wenn ein Klebestreifen unter dem Akku reißt und nicht mehr erreicht werden kann, entferne so viel du kannst und springe zu Schritt 25.

I suggest removing the vibrator before attempting to remove the adhesive strips. It makes the process much easier. I broke both tabs following this step and recovered both the strips by removing the vibrateor and using a tweezers and fingers to pull the remaining strip. I grabbed a corner of the strip underneath the battery and pulled very gently until I was able to recover the entire width of the strip. This required holding the corner of the strip with my fingers and using the tweezers to grab the stip closer to the battery, allowing me to grab more width.

kkm113 - Antwort

I had to do this, so I will vouch for this step. It made things a lot easier and is a pretty simple removal/installation.

Dan -

This should be a required Step in this guide. I've replaced two batteries now, one without removing the vibrator, and it took me about a half hour of using a blow dryer because I ripped the adhesive strips. Removing the vibrator allows for the "down-right" / "down-left" pulling of the strips MUCH MORE EASILY - just removed both without any problems...no blow dryer needed now!

ethanmaretich -

My iphone 6 will not power on. I started it with 30% battery can you suggest solutions?

xavierwells03 - Antwort

It was that dang data cable. Awesome, thanks!

xavierwells03 -

I did this but it doesn't charge. I'm concerned that I may not have attached the new battery cable properly. It didn't snap into place very well. It looked as if the new cable had some plastic that may have been blocking the connectors I'm not sure how snug it's supposed to go on. It definitely did not click into position the way the screen cables clicked in. Anyway, I connected as best I could and put the metal cover on and it doesn't work. Was I supposed to do something to the new battery's cable connector so that it would connect better?

My phone had some water damage and I was hoping that replacing the battery would solve the problem.

epetner - Antwort

When 'reversing the steps' to put it back together, where do the adhesive strips come in? And where do you get them? How do you put them on?

TJE - Antwort

Hi TJE, you won't be able to follow every step exactly in revers ;) You can buy the strips here, iPhone 6/6s/7 Battery Adhesive Strips, or just use a piece of double-sided tape. For the adhesive strips, just peel off one layer of the backing, align the strips as they were in step 20, press them onto the battery and remove the outer backing, and put it in the phone, making sure the connector can attach to its socket, then head up to step 19 attach the connector etc.

Sam Lionheart -

The strips need more instruction/picture. As soon as I tried to peel the top layer the strips stuck to each other and created a mess. I salvaged part of the strip, but not pretty. Used double sided tape. Much easier.

eschrank - Antwort

AGREED! I bought the iFixit kit and this instructional is great, for sure... buuuuut it really would have been nice to see how you guys apply the new battery adhesive. I had no idea and just about botched mine. Thankfully I figured it out before it was a total loss.

leon -

Yup, I agree! The only bit of information that is missing.

I hope I do not have to remove the battery again as i put the strips on the wrong way round.

The kept folding themselves under the battery, so next time not tabs. I did not pust hard on the battery though so that may save some ball ache.

I did not need to remove the screen, so all in all a simple process. I think once you have done one or 2 batteries, then it becomes easier as you are learning by doing.

PJ Donnelly -

That information isn't missing exactly, it's just a separate guide. It's linked in the last step of this guide. It pays to read all the way to the end ;)

Jeff Suovanen -

Heat helps. Got lucky pulling both out full length from the bottom. A few minutes with a hair dryer prepped the aluminum case to surrender the stretchy sticky tabs. Be sure to click the tape install link so that you apply the new double sticks correctly. I also 'dry fitted' the battery first to see where the connector lined up. With the battery all the way at the top of the opening, the connector took a bit of effort to align. With strips attached, I allowed some space and the connector fell into place.

griffn - Antwort

why do you need to secure the battery with the strips in the first place? Will the battery slide around?

jsimons - Antwort

We recommend readhering the battery to the rear case with some form of adhesive. You don't have to use the adhesive strips we sell, but if your battery is just bouncing around inside the case you risk damage to the cell itself or the ribbon cable. There's also circuitry at the lower edge of the battery that is not meant to take a lot of abuse. It's not likely that your battery will explode, but it could become damaged and leak, or stop working prematurely.

Evan Noronha -

I didn't secure the battery with anything and after completing the installation, my battery bounces around inside the phone. Personally, I don't see any problems with this and if anything, it gives my iphone 6 a haptic touch type feel :) I'll let you know if it explodes.

Brett Benson - Antwort

Be careful when placing the new battery. The compartment is a little bigger than the battery, but the cable to the connector is pretty stiff. I had to do some serious adjusting of the cable to get the connector to align. I suggest connecting the connector before laying down the battery.

Howard Bales - Antwort

I was able to pull the right strip completely out just from the bottom of the battery. Pull straight out with a low angle (just slightly above the black chip so it doesn't get caught or break) and the adhesive will pull right out. There's no need to go around the sides of the battery unless the adhesive is dry and not flexible. If the adhesive is very flexible, you'll be able to pull it out very easily as long as you take your time and are careful. It also helped that I started with 100% battery and drained down to under 25%, so the iphone was very warm from doing this and that helped make it very easy to pull the adhesive out. I did not need a warming kit, I just used the heat from using the iphone to drain the battery before shutting it down for the repair!

Ryan - Antwort

Image 1/2: Ziehe weiter am Klebestreifen, nach oben und weg von der rechten Kante, bis der Streifen sich zwischen Akku und Rückseite herausziehen lässt. Image 2/2: Achte darauf, dass der Klebestreifen nicht am Akkuanschluss hängenbleibt, dieser könnte sonst beschädigt werden.
  • Wenn du verstärkten Widerstand des Klebestreifens fühlst, ziehe ihn vorsichtig um die rechte untere Ecke des Akkus.

  • Ziehe weiter am Klebestreifen, nach oben und weg von der rechten Kante, bis der Streifen sich zwischen Akku und Rückseite herausziehen lässt.

  • Achte darauf, dass der Klebestreifen nicht am Akkuanschluss hängenbleibt, dieser könnte sonst beschädigt werden.

First adhesive (component side) broke during removal, but enough of it was hanging out to finish the job. 2nd strip (vol side) broke and snapped so far back I couldn't retrieve any part for pulling. HOWEVER, I proceeded with wedging a health care card, which is more flexible and thinner than credit card, and continued to push the adhesive from component side to edge of case. Once I have gotten enough adhesive bunched up and battery is showing signs of being lifted slightly, with health care card still in place, carefully swap a credit card and continue to leverage battery out slowly. (I did all of this without taking sceeen off, so be careful and do it at your own risk)

youmingc - Antwort

The correct way of taking off the adhesive is not how it's shown in the picture (that is exacly how I broke both strips): it should be pulled out by tearing it away and right (to the speaker direction) and as flat as possible, and as the strip grows thinner move up but still pulling "down-right" until all comes out, same movement: " down-left" for the left strip

Ed Oliver - Antwort

Definetly aided in the removal. Thanks!

Nicholas Sattele -

Highly recommend using your iphone to do high power consumption tasks before shutting it down. This will warm the inside of the iphone and warm the adhesive strips. Doing this allows you to very easily pull the right adhesive strip completely out from the bottom of the battery. I just pulled straight out at a low angle and kept pulling until the strip was completely removed. You do need to take your time and be careful, pull slowly and it will eventually come out completely. If it is dry and not flexible, you'll will most likely fail, so make sure the inside of the iphone was warmed prior to starting your repair.

Ryan - Antwort

Image 1/1: Zieh den Kleber wieder vorsichtig weg vom Akku, bis du den Streifen zwischen dem Akku und der Rückseite herausziehen kannst.
  • Ziehe den zweiten Akku-Klebestreifen, ausgehend von der unteren linken Ecke des Akkus, nach unten weg.

  • Zieh den Kleber wieder vorsichtig weg vom Akku, bis du den Streifen zwischen dem Akku und der Rückseite herausziehen kannst.

  • Wenn du dabei erhöhten Widerstand spürst ziehe nicht weiter, sondern fahre mit dem nächsten Schritt fort.

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Image 1/3: Achte darauf, dass der Kleber nicht an der Ecke des Akkus hängenbleibt, da der Streifen sonst reißen könnte. Image 2/3: Ziehe weiter am Klebestreifen, nach oben und weg von der linken Kante, bis der Streifen sich zwischen Akku und Rückseite herausziehen lässt. Image 3/3: Wenn du beide Klebestreifen erfolgreich entfernt hast, '''überspringe die beiden nächsten Schritte und mach bei Schritt 27 weiter'''.
  • Wenn du verstärkten Widerstand des Klebestreifens fühlst, ziehe ihn vorsichtig um die linke untere Ecke des Akkus.

  • Achte darauf, dass der Kleber nicht an der Ecke des Akkus hängenbleibt, da der Streifen sonst reißen könnte.

  • Ziehe weiter am Klebestreifen, nach oben und weg von der linken Kante, bis der Streifen sich zwischen Akku und Rückseite herausziehen lässt.

    • Wenn du beide Klebestreifen erfolgreich entfernt hast, überspringe die beiden nächsten Schritte und mach bei Schritt 27 weiter.

    • Wenn einer der Klebestreifen unter dem Akku gerissen ist und nicht entfernt werden konnte, mach mit dem nächsten Schritt weiter.

Instead of pulling to the side, I actually found that it worked better when I pulled it straight down. Like those 3M command adhesive hooks you can buy.

jason - Antwort

I pulled straight down until there was too much resistance. Because the black chip started to get in the way, I was able to go to the side to finish the task. It's easy once you get past that tight corner of the battery. If you can pull it straight out without having the black chip snag or break the adhesive, go for it! It's easy to do if you're fortunate and take your time.

Ryan - Antwort

Image 1/1:
  • Wenn Reste der Klebestreifen den Akku an der Rückseite festhalten, erhitze einen iOpener oder nutze einen Haartrockner, um das Gehäuse direkt hinter dem Akku zu erhitzen.

I've found it useful to warm the phone with the iopener from the beginning, and avoid the breakage altogether.

Christa - Antwort

I wish I'd read Christa's comment beforehand. I didn't and started the process just fine, then both strips broke. I used a hairdryer multiple times to make progress melting the strips and wedging out the battery. Using a credit card alone (and then a credit card plus floss) wasn't enough. I used a cheese knife (carefully) for more leverage and that made the difference.

jaksbackpack - Antwort

Image 1/1: Heble nicht in der Nähe der oberen Kante des  Akkus bei den Lautstärkereglern , oder du riskierst [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/6nBtWNTDYIgDjHyM.huge|deren Kabel|new_window=true] zu beschädigen, das direkt unter dem Akku in das Rückgehäuse geklebt ist.
  • Führe eine Plastikkarte vom Gehäuserand zwischen den Akku und die Rückseite.

    • Heble nicht in der Nähe der oberen Kante des Akkus bei den Lautstärkereglern , oder du riskierst deren Kabel zu beschädigen, das direkt unter dem Akku in das Rückgehäuse geklebt ist.

    • Nutze nicht das Logic Board als Hebel, du könntest dabei dein iPhone beschädigen.

  • Achte darauf, die Karte so flach wie möglich zu halten, um nicht den Akku zu verbiegen. Dies könnte ihn beschädigen und gefährliche Chemikalien freisetzen oder ihn entzünden. Verwende keine spitzen Werkzeuge beim Entfernen des Akkus.

  • Drücke die Karte weiter rein, um den ganzen Kleber zu lösen.

  • Alternativ kannst du den Akku mit einem Stück Zahnseide aus dem Gehäuse entfernen. Falls du etwas stabileres als Zahnseide brauchst kannst du auch eine Gitarrensaite verwenden, zum Beispiel die 0.009 E eines 12er-Sets.

    • Führe die Zahnseide oder Saite hinter die oberen Ecken des Akkus und wickle die Enden dann um ein Tuch. Jetzt ziehe gleichmäßig nach unten.

The bad news was that the adhesive strip ripped on the logic-board side. The good news is that recovery was not as difficult as I thought. By using a hair dryer, and some very patient wedging with a credit card, I was able to separate the battery from the adhesive, and then remove it. Some simple cleanup with tweezers got the adhesive sticking to the case. Just make sure you get it right on the edge side, or this technique will be a lot harder to pull off.

Billy Bob Baler - Antwort

I screwed up the peeling part but I managed to get it through with a credit card.

Important, do not force the card down. Just take your time pushing and moving the card left and right. When the battery was up I just kept going with my hand, reeeeeally slowly and with constant force (so that it peels off the remaining straps).

Emanuele - Antwort

Image 1/1: '''Wenn du deinen neuen Akku installierst folge [guide|56465|dieser Anleitung|new_window=true], um die Klebestreifen korrekt anzubringen.'''
  • Nimm den Akku aus dem iPhone.

    • Wenn du deinen neuen Akku installierst folge dieser Anleitung, um die Klebestreifen korrekt anzubringen.

    • Führe nach dem Austausch einen Hard Reset durch. Dies verhindert einige Probleme und vereinfacht die möglicherweise dennoch anfallende Fehlersuche.

This was very helpful

PRABHUDEV KULKARNI - Antwort

I got the battery out but what if it the battery bends a bit????

babyuk76 - Antwort

A bit of bending is probably fine as long as you are planning to replace the battery. Don't try to reuse a bent battery. In any case, try not to bend it any more than necessary, as bending increases the risk of fire.

Jeff Suovanen -

I need a little help... I've been through your tutorial and success... all gone smoothly.

But.... I've had it on charge for 25 minutes... no charging symbol, no life at all... how long does a new battery take to charge before you notice any life?????

joehopkin2016 - Antwort

It can take a little while. If it doesn't power on after a little more time has gone by, open your phone back up and double-check your cable connectors. If that doesn't work, try plugging in your old battery to see if it behaves the same way. If you continue to have problems, drop a post in our Answers forum for more detailed troubleshooting. Good luck!

Jeff Suovanen -

Well, the screen removal step is completely unnecessary and cost me the functionality of my front facing camera. I would remove it from the guide altogether.

migue31096 - Antwort

Schluss

Folge dieser Anleitung, um neue Klebestreifen an deine neue Batterie anzubringen. Dann folge dieser Anleitung in umgekehrter Reihenfolge, um dein Gerät wieder zusammenzubauen.

Kalibriere deinen Akku, um eine optimale Leistung zu erzielen: Entleere den Akku auf unter 10% und lade ihn dann ohne Unterbrechung bis 100% auf.

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Ok so battery extraction went a little bad and ended up cutting into old battery. When I pulled it out it was smoking a little. Got new battery put in and everything back screwed. It's charging up now (I'm assuming the battery is shipped dead) so heres hoping I didn't kill my phone.

roiegat - Antwort

Is it absolutely necessary to do step 11-15

Or is it possible to lean the front panel up while still connected and only removing the battery screws and the battery

eldan - Antwort

I strongly recommend following ALL of the steps as shown. The cables are extremely fragile and can tear easily. It will only add about 5 minutes or so to the project, but could save hours and dollars. Also, take your time removing the battery adhesive strips. If they break off underneath the battery, they are a bear to get out.

Coach Bob -

I definitely skipped ahead and left these attached. I just held the screen up and only laid it down to apply the adhesive to the new battery.

leon -

I stuck the screen on to an iPhone box (just like in the photo) and did not have to remove the display cables.

BUT, you need to be very careful -- especially if the white strips break on you. If you need to use the plastic card and/or heat to remove the battery, I recommend disconnecting the display.

Carlos -

I left the display attached. I made a stage for the phone using the Amazon box the phone shipped in. Cut off most of four sides of the box, leaving the bottom and one end. Left enough of two sides to keep the end upright, Then I set the phone in my stage, taped the display at 90° to the upright box end, and proceeded with the replacement. No issues. Maybe helpful hint: Make sure you know exactly how to place the new battery before applying the adhesive. If you stick it in too high, you won't get the cable connected. I needed to form my cable to get it plugged in and was glad I did a trial run before sticking everything in place.

Douglas Canfield -

Excellent tutorial. worked like a charm for me without the iSlack & the iOpener.

fxschaeffer - Antwort

I've done all the steps as you said but may wifi doesn't work anymore is it related to the screen cables or its anothoer issue?

jack aoun - Antwort

you most likely disconnected the small little cable next to the battery cable that is for wifi on accident simple solution open it up then remove the plate that covers the bat connector there are 2 cables that sit staged the one on the bottom of the phone is alinged to the right the one on the top is to the left in the lower left corner below the battery cable there is a small wire sitting right next to the second connector the one aligned to the right you could have bumped it when you popped the bat cable out

Tom LaBone -

Accidentally punched the battery getting it out and it caught fire, so just be care pulling it out guys!

rclum150 - Antwort

same.. it blew up right in front of me. green flames and all. i did not throw water on it and after about 60 seconds the fire went out on its own. be very careful

aa ron -

Completed battery replacement with no problem at all. Read carefully the guide and watch the videos before trying to repair it.

jamesedricopena - Antwort

iphone 6s battery can fit in iphone 6 ? thank you.

contactnepalistuff - Antwort

No-they are not cross compatible

rannez76 -

No. They are not interchangeable.

Evan Noronha -

Please be very careful on removing the battery, i accidentally broke one trying to take it off with a metal tool and it was about to burn. So today I've taken another on off, but i bent it, and as well seems that is warming up. I guess the right way to do this job is using the iopener. Thanks.

castillorene70 - Antwort

Talk about a Mission just to replace a battery!!! Gawd....this tutorial makes me appreciate my Galaxy even more; simply slide the back cover off, pull out the old battery (with a finger nail...gasssp!), put the new battery in, slide the back cover on, charge and you're back in business.

parr70 - Antwort

You don`t have to open a Galaxy, it burns open :D :D

Klausi -

Ooooooooooooo!

Erin Bernik -

Pulling the adhesive tape from under the battery is extremely tricky. I wonder how many people get this right when they do it for the first time.

Don't forget to have the 'official' tapes at hand. I did not, so I have used doublesided tape. It will be impossible to remove this next time without heating.

Well, I hope I need to replace the battery only once...

Paul Roos - Antwort

Worked perfect. Thanks for the manual.

One strip snapped on me, so I ended up using the hairdryer, which is oke, but stay patient!! It took a while before the heat really went into the adhesive ( because you can't get the phone to hot - and you can't bent the battery to force its release - so here is where the patience kicks in). Then assembling back you need tremble free hands to get the connectors back in but those are about the only two challenges I faced. I got it back on and everything works perfect! Geert

Familie Swaanenburg - Antwort

I replaced my battery without the iSlack & the iOpener. Steps 22 and 23 are definitely the most difficult. The left adhesive strip broke immediately, and I had to reach under the battery with tweezers to pull out enough adhesive to grab onto to finish the job.

The kit came with some black double-sided adhesive, and I cut off some small strips to secure the replacement battery with a small amount wrapped around the side, in case I had to remove it again.

I forgot to replace everything when putting the phone back together, and when I had to open it a second time, the pentalobe screw head was already stripped. To work around this, I used a pair of scissors to shorten the head of the pentalobe screwdriver a bit, which made it grip the screw a bit more.

Everything seems to be working now and the process took about 45 minutes.

Lee Ping Wang - Antwort

I followed the steps to the letter, only area I had a little struggle was getting the adhesive strips out from below the battery, but using an old credit card slid in the side like mentioned i got the battery out, a little bent but undamaged otherwise.

My only annoyance was after purchasing the the kit iPhone 6 Replacement Battery i found that the phillips screwdriver was the wrong size, luckily i had my own at hand so could proceed.

I too would recommend you take the extra time to release the screen as the instruction guide you to do so as the battery is stuck in quite well and you would most likely damage the ribbon cables to the screen if you were struggling to get the battery out.

haggismuncheruk - Antwort

This was not even close to being moderately difficult. It took me less then 5 mins and I'd say was easy... Just pay attention to what you're doing and make sure to organized the screws on your work surface by step. I see a few people complaining about the adhesive strips , READ the entire article! Theres a line that says: "When installing the battery, refer to this guide to replace your battery's adhesive strips." $35 for a fix! Worth every penny!!! Thanks iFixit peeps!

Garrett Cumber - Antwort

Can I replace my iPhone 6 battery with a better battery? If yes which one?

Aamir - Antwort

I think you'll find the capacity is the same on all the available replacements. My advice: focus on getting a high-quality part from a reputable vendor, preferably one with a written guarantee. There are a lot of second-rate and/or secondhand batteries on the market.

Jeff Suovanen -

Having trouble with reassembly... The white bars at the top of the screen and down the middle have not gone away despite multiple disconnect and reconnect attempts of the data display cable and power cycle of the battery. I can feel it snap into place but the lines are still present when I power up the phone. Any help?

Eric Kelley - Antwort

I'm Having the same problem, did you find a solution?

Manuel -

Same with me, white bars and no touch screen.

Rico Nolan -

Alright, I was able to fix the issue. After reading very scary stories about microsoldering and level 4 and 5 repairs. I pulled out a lamp and started looking around at all of the connectors.

Starting with all of the display ribbons plugged in, the three that are in a row is where the problem lies. The first one I believe is the front facing camera, the second one killed the display, but it was the third one that had the issue. I noticed that the ribbon cable at the connector was slightly convex. I threw on some rubber gloves and very carfully straightened out the ribbon connector. To be honest, it took a few attempts after that, as I could never feel a good "click" to get that third connector seated. So I would try to straighten it out, then try and seat it, over and over making very small changes until it fit. Once it went in, the white bars were gone and the touchscreen worked perfectly.

I think that third connector is just a very tight squeeze, and you just have to be careful when trying to seat it.

Rico Nolan -

Same issue here - white lines on dim display, digitizer failure (and quite a bit of heat on one little section on the upper display after powering up for a minute). I noticed the digitizer and display connectors would not "click" satisfyingly. Noticed they were not exactly straight, slightly convex face into the socket (I guess from the initial pry-off). Tried very gentle bending with fingers to make straight, and still, no luck. Had to make the connector faces ever-so-slightly concave into the socket before success, using very gentle and careful bends with fingers. Connectors "clicked" into place nicely again, and display and digitizer working again. Took about 2.5 hours of fiddling (even after perfect extraction of battery/adhesive!)

Julian Roeckelein -

I replaced the battery on 2 iPhone 6's today . The first one went perfect. After putting together the second one, it had small white vertical bars on the top. It drove me crazy. I cleaned, brushed, hooked and unhooked the connections over and over for 1-2 hours. I read on line that it could be static electricity and that it might work itself out over a couple of days. I was skeptical but could do nothing else. I put it together. Over then next 6 hours of use the bars went away. Now it is perfect. If, or when, I have to do it again I would not take the top cover off. I would put a ribber band around the cover and the box to hold the cover at a 90 degree angle (step 9) and gently pull the adhesive. I had no problem with 4 strips. I pulled SLOWLY and steadily. If you go slow you can hear and feel the tape releasing. I did not need to pull the tape around the corner and did not need heat. It took several minutes to pull each one. Just be patient.

Jason Erickson -

Likely cause ESD micro electronic surfaces are extremely touchy to ESD and Most likely you will not see any improvement you either just need to live with it or get a new phone ESD safe work are ESD safe tools all are helpful but even I as a pro- still have this issue sometimes

Tom LaBone -

I had exactly the same problem. I re-read the comments and instructions and was drawn to the extra advice on Step 18 - when reconnecting the digitizer cable, do not press in the centre of the connector. I re-straightened the connector which was concave and then pressed on one end - it clicked ever so slightly - hurrah! After that it was plain sailing.

Andy Pandy -

Nice tutorial. Changed battery in one go.

Thanks

chaudharyvineet - Antwort

while replacing the battery everything worked perfectly fine but my finger scanner stopped working what do i do?

Felipe Barbosa - Antwort

replaced iphone 6s battery without any complications put phone back together only to find screen has horizontal and diagonal white lines across full screen and screen will not unlock, you can read wording in the background (i.e. time, date and slide to unlock) although screen is very dark. screen will not respond, we have carefully repeated the process three times but nothing has changed. Any ideas. Thank you

Phillip Cody - Antwort

Everything went very well. I did take a short cut and did not disconnect the screen form the body and was still able to extract the old battery and install the new one. The adhesive tape that holds the battery in is very strong and the old battery got a bit contorted (literally was bent) during removal. I did use a hairdryer to heat up the adhesive, which did help. Fortunately, no leaks. New battery install was easy and everything went back together easily. Total time, about 15 minutes.

damon blue - Antwort

Was nice replacement but the finger scanner has stop

Joseph Eyeson - Antwort

You reconnected all of the cables when putting the phone back together right?

Mike C -

Great step by step instructions. Removing the adhesive strips were a little more difficult than anticipated. Actually had to use a hair dryer-not pleasant, almost broke the battery trying to pry it out. Also had to scrounge around the house for a tool to remove the tiny tiny screws. Would have been nice to have that included in the kit. In the end, all's well that ends well. Thanks again for the write up.

Jason Park - Antwort

Good tutorial. The hair dryer to remove the battery didn't work very well, I ended up forcing the old battery out, and bent it but didn't break it. Be careful with the adhesive strips. I messed mine up, but I'm not planning on doing another battery replacement on this phone, so it worked, not quite as described.

jpholmes - Antwort

I usually work on computers, specifally laptops! I am older and can't see as well as I used to! Considering these facts I have to say that I had no problem whatsoever fallowing this tutorial and had the best outcome possible! The teacher in this class was outstanding!

User Owner - Antwort

If you remove the vibration module, chances of the strips breaking are further reduced as it doesn't drag on the corner of it. Hold onto the battery so it doesn't fly away when the last strip is peeled out. Hope this helps!

mmddamian - Antwort

Fantastic guide, went super well. I did not have the replacement strips, so I carefully removed the second one and reused it. Not recommended but it seems to work. The first one just got into one big messy ball so that ship has sailed. anyways I'm keeping it until it breaks so not worried.

Follow the guide, slowly but surely and be amazed that those strips stretch to nearly 30cm / 12in! it's fantastic. Got it the first try, no breakout and certainly no damaged battery! Very eager to see how the new one holds up, or if the OS has become more demanding!

Cheers and congrats!

Felix Amyot - Antwort

The metal backed connector closest to the top of the phone bends very easily... Use the medium wide plastic pry tool to pry up very gently all the way around in tiny , tiny lifting movements. You are trying to retain the flat shape of the connector as much as humanly possible. Try to spread the prying force out across the whole connector as best you can...if you bent it a little, you must use your fingers to get it back as flat as possible. Try to align the short side edge of the connector up as good as you can and GENTLY press the whole connector back down all at once. I usually use my thumb nail and push in the center of the connectors when reassembling a phone...this will almost certainly bend the connector and cause the contacts at either short end to not touch the mating contact...this gives you the dashed bars and lines on the screen...the connector must be absolutely flat to make good contact.

Rob - Antwort

ممتاز جدا والله

sultan - Antwort

bent original battery like a skating ramp, NO fire and flames but HELLLLLL removing battery is really hard! those adesive strips are SUPER STRONG.

maxprowashere - Antwort

I managed to get the battery out with some careful levering after one of the glue 'strips' broke and could not be rescued with tweezers. However, I had tried to save time and trouble by not disconnecting the screen first and came a cropper. I had used an elastic band to hold the screen vertical against a small, heavy box and that worked OK until the glue strip snapped and I nudged the box sideways a small amount. It didn't move far but it took the screen with it of course and that caused a tear in the cable going to the front facing camera and earpiece which resulted in me not being able to hear the caller in telephone conversations. The replacement cable and attached bits (camera, mic and one other sensor) was a ridiculously cheap £5.99 and the replacement, though fiddly, was successful installed but I would urge you to disconnect the screen as advised. I didn't primarily because I was concerned I may have a problem reconnecting the cables but it was no problem with good lighting and a steady hand.

Paul Croft - Antwort

Tutorial is very good, I changed my iPhone 6 battery but the touchscreen doesn't work after changing the battery !!!

Any solution?

Wesam Alkubaisy - Antwort

The procedure went well, until the adhesive strips. One came off, eventually, with the proper teasing, but the other snapped off and was inaccessible to retrieve, so I had to use the hair dryer to heat the back. A credit card is way too flexible to exert meaningful leverage, so I used a steel cabinet scraper, about the same thickness but much stiffer. The battery did flex a bit but thankfully did not explode, and finally came free.

I think there should be a reference right at the top of Step 20 to first read the linked strip installation instruction so you understand what the strips look like before you start pulling, and some comment about how stretchy and strong they are would be appropriate.

Reconnecting the connectors was very difficult, it took a lot of patience and gentle maneuvering to mate them, but all turned out well in the end. I powered the phone up to check it out before closing it up again, in case I had to re-do anything.

bford - Antwort

Completed the replacement with no problem at all, following the guide. The battery adhesives came flawlessly, the only thing I was worried about was reconnecting all the display cables, specially the digitizer cable, as it kept poping out a few times.

Thank you very much for the guides!

andresaldana - Antwort

I've done plenty of other under-the-hood upgrades. However, I could not get battery unstuck. I used hair dryer to attempt to make the adhesive let go of the battery, but it's a touchy procedure, as you want to loosen glue without melting other plastic components. I slid pryer under side and tried to lift up battery. Ultimately, I must've bent the battery too far, and it combusted! Wrecked iPhone. Not sure why so much adhesive is used. I fear the days of DIY upgrades is winding down, as apple seems to want to use more and more glue and components soldered to the main board, so what you buy is what you're stuck with for the life of the product.

If you can't unstick battery, DON'T pry so much the battery starts to bend! I now wonder if I could've vacuum-sealed the bag and boiled the phone for a few minutes to really warm up the adhesive, but it's an expensive procedure to do trial-and-error on...

Well, at least maybe I can sell the front screen on eBay to recoup some of the cost of a new iPhone...

koelpien - Antwort

Same thing happened to me last night. I was ib too much of a hurry and one of the adhesive tabs broke off. I thought, being the smart ass that I am, that the battery wouldn't need heating and i could just lever it out. Well I urge you all to follow the above proceedures very, very closly !! The battery in my iphone 6+ combusted in my face and fortunately it dropped on the the floor and went up like a flair and litterally filled the house with smoke. Goodbye iPhone 6+ and I havnt backed it up for two months, thats another thing you should all be religious about. World of Pain here I come

sewren -

a Blow dryer does not apply enough heat to remove the glue some 99.7% pure isopropyal alchol will get it free you will need a credit card or something as such and have to work it in to get it to remove I recomened a heat gun they get much hotter and are able to heat the glue up enough to give you some play

Tom LaBone -

Please don't use a heat gun to remove a lith-ion battery. There are far less risky methods.

Jeff Suovanen -

Hi, i'm just about to order a new battery to fix my iphone 6, just wondering if the APN number is important?

alain bellet - Antwort

The APN doesn't matter as long as you order the correct battery for your model iPhone. (There are multiple compatible APNs for each model.)

Jeff Suovanen -

Superb guide! Had a very difficult time loosening my battery though... Had to use a hairdryer and heat up my iPhone really more than I felt comfortable but it worked! :)

I also found a guitar plectrum is very usable for carefully removing connectors!

Thomas Lundstrom - Antwort

Ich habe meinen Akku gestern ohne Probleme entfernen und den neuen einsetzen können. Das Display habe ich jedoch nicht dafür abgebaut sondern nach hinten abgestützt. Das beigelegte Werkzeugkit war top!

Danke Ifixitteam!

Stefan Hohlfeld - Antwort

Hi guys - good instructions and rather tough work, in my hands.

One but of extra caution: Underneath the right top end of the battery there are connector wires attached to the rear of the case. When using a plastic card to scrape the adhesive off the rear case take extra care at the right top corner of the battery.

My connector wires ended up crumpled from the push of the card but were still ok. When using a lot of pushing force in this area the connector wires may be pushed off the case and could rupture/break.

Mike L - Antwort

Battery and adhesive came out as advertised. I must be blessed or lucky or both ;) My suggestion is to have patience with the adhesive! I pulled out each strip extremely slow. The entire process took 7 minutes total on my iPhone6. I was sent a battery with 65% charge and will have to eat-up all my battery life on Real Racing 3!

P.S. Apple has a battery replacement program for the 6S but not my 6 :(

Eric Pattengill - Antwort

Great tutorial! As others have mentioned take your time on the adhesives. When they are attached under the battery you will bend gate your phone trying to get them out. Also I would recommend using the iOpener underneath the phone before you make your first attempt at removing the adhesives. That would have saved me 15 min. As other have mentioned you can forego steps 11-15 until you take off the connectors of the top part of the phone, but you will have to the steps to remove the battery so there is no harm in doing them first.

Vincent Sordo - Antwort

Hello All, change of battery on a 6s plus: battery settings, no consumption app's & no discount estimate autonomy if not recharged at 100%

Kaartman - Antwort

Excellent guide, thank you iFixit. Took me about an hour start to finish with no issues. If you have the proper tools and exercise patience, this is a pretty easy procedure. Slow and steady is key with the adhesive strips.. I found that a gentle back and forth motion (top to bottom) as I pulled the strips up toward the top of the battery helped to safely remove them from the underside of the battery. I used double-sided tape for the replacement and it's working like a charm.

Jason Senk - Antwort

Yep. Excellent guide and photos. I did use a piece of white paper for the hardware as I removed them. Added a simple drawing with marks for the screw locations. Then left each screw near it's place on the drawing. Some techs also use a piece of masking tape (looped with the sticky side up) to keep the tiny hardware from...escaping.

Thomas - Antwort

So what do I do now? I removed the old battery following all the directions. The old battery is bent up & not usable. I put the new battery in & nothing works now. I tried doing a hard reset then charging it for half an hour & then a hard reset again. Nothing!!! I connect the old battery & it starts right up fine. How do I get a replacement battery overnighted to replace this defective piece of crap!!!

jamchris - Antwort

Old battery a pain to remove but done it without puncturing it. Hardest part for me was to reconnect battery connector. Lower part doesn't seem to fit anymore so connector is not seated flush. Upper part clicks ok and snaps in but lower part of the connector never clicked in properly. Tried and retried but to no avail. So had to secure it with the screw on bracket. Not ideal but seems to hold so far. No one had this problem on reconnecting new battery? Feels like new battery connector seems slightly different from original battery hence hard to properly seat on board contact receiver

gillescoury - Antwort

This was SOOOO Easy!!! We were done in about 5 minutes. We did not complete steps 13-19.. But everything went smooth as could be. My phone is now back to perfect working order!

Heather - Antwort

Just finished doing this! Definitely recommend to do steps 13-19, if you have trouble removing the old battery like I had those steps will svae you money for sure. Removing the old battery was the harder part for me, the adhesive strips broke and had to use the hair dryer and some brute force to remove it. The battery bent but I didn't puncture it. Also be carefull when placing the new battery so the conector is aligned with the slot.

carlitosbeltran - Antwort

Mint. Worked as stated. However, getting the adhesive tape out was a bastard and I had to get the hairdryer and pry the sod out with a credit card, supllemented by brute force and ignorance. The battery got bent but didn't rupture.

cdavies - Antwort

I ran into the same issue as cdavies. It seemed no matter how patient I was with tugging the adhesive as well as heating it up with a hair dryer, it came to a point where they wouldn't move further, eventually breaking. Slightly bending the battery is inevitable with going the card method so be careful, but it worked fine.

Another issue I ran into after putting it back together and turning the iPhone back on is a blue-like spot would slowly appear on the display after a minute or 2 - this spot being exactly where the battery's ribbon cable is positioned before connecting to the board. It seemed I didn't tuck it in completely when I put in the new battery and it was putting a slight amount of pressure (I assume) against the display as a result. I just had to open it back up and position it to where it should've been and slightly tucking it in more. That blue-like spot disappeared.

So unlike me, make sure the ribbon cable's position looks like how the old battery's ribbon cable looked like and it'll be fine.

Anony Mous - Antwort

Here's a tip that helped me get the adhesive tape out. Take your time on the tape. It runs the length of the battery. If it breaks you can use the ifixit tweezers to grab the edge of the tape and start pulling on it again. Once both pieces of tape come out the battery easily comes out. If at any point when using the credit card to remove the battery if you can grab the tape with tweezers, go for it and it will save you lots of time and hassle.

Aaron McLean - Antwort

Ended up screwing up the LCD because I did not align the battery connector with the socket perfectly. Do not make that mistake or you will be paying $140 like me to fix it.

Dylan Rice - Antwort

Adhesive on the old iphone6 was very strong, so I had to use a credit card to wedge on the side of the case, and then use a big screwdriver to wedge it up, really mangled up the old battery while removing.

Behind the screen it's just the machined aluminum so it's ok to wedge on it, except towards the top where there's the antenna, see the diagrams above. It's just the battery with strong adhesive against the aluminum base.

Filipe Laborde - Antwort

* big FLAThead screwdriver. More details on this guide indicating there's no circuit board on the back, etc would be nice becuase removing the battery from the strong adhesive is a non-trivial matter. But otherwise awesome, thanks guys.

Filipe Laborde - Antwort

Actually there are cables below the battery that you can and will damage Heat gun and Isopropyal alcohol 99% pure or greater

Tom LaBone -

I am feeling sick right now. I also used the tutorial on Forbes.com instead of this one which was sort of close. I pretty much followed all the steps except I didn't keep the screws separate when putting them back in. I just knew that 2 of them were bigger than the other ones, when in fact it was 3 of them :-( . I also didn't remove the top screen during the replacement and could have damaged all kinds of stuff. I went through the steps twice and nothing. My phone is not charging so I either screwed up big time or the battery is a dud. I tend to think that I messed this up and will end up having to get a new phone anyway (which I was trying to avoid). My stomach hurts. Hope you guys have better luck.

Candace Jackson - Antwort

Candace, do not give up hope quite yet! First of all, it is okay if you didn't remove the screen. If you didn't unscrew the bracket seen in step 13, it is unlikely that anything display related got disconnected. Check the cables and see if anything ripped. If you were gentle, this is unlikely the case. It is very possible that you didn't connect the battery connector correctly. Remove the screws and bracket again seen in step 10 and 11, measure the screws so you know where they go (cross reference this guide), and check the battery connector (see step 12). Also, you are talking about more than a couple screws, but if you didn't remove the screen as is done in step 13, you should only have 4 screws total (The pentalobes holding the screen in place, and the screws holding the battery connector bracket). If you did remove the bracket in step 13, measure the screws so you know where they go, and check the connectors that sit underneath that bracket. I am sure you will prevail! Good luck!

Scott Havard -

Read Jason Erickson's solution above to the Vertical Bars. Once you've checked the connectors are seated properly leave the phone on for a few hours and the bars just start fading away. I can barely see mine now unless I rack up the brightness to full, but only been a few hours.

Matthew Wright - Antwort

I finished the battery replacement some hours ago. All went well except by the adhesive strips removal. It took way more time to remove it as I imagined. After reassembling it I had to plug the phone straight direct into the power outlet because the new battery was dead and the phone started up with everything working as it should (camera, screen, speaker, touch). I left the phone charging until 100% and I was using it normally while plugged in but when I removed the cable the phone died. I was trying to get it to power up without the cable and after some tries it powered up asking to connect to iTunes for an update. That's what I did. It powered up again and the phone was working again, but instead of showing the battery at 100%, it was around 60%. I let it charge until around 85% and decided to give another try of removing the power cable. The phone died again. Sometimes it works without the power cable, sometimes it doesn't. I can't understand why.. Do you guys have any idea of what I could be?

diegocoiradas - Antwort

have you tired disconnecting and reconnecting the battery connector? also maybe a hard reset of the phone after might help reset the system,

Carlos Garcia Jr -

Yes, i did both. I just opened the phone again to tried to check if everything was well plugged it. Now the phone won't even start. Screen black. LCD not even turning on. Even with power cable connected. Btw all the cables are intact and don't seem to have any damage. I treated it very carefully.

diegocoiradas -

might need to email customer service. maybe the battery you received is no good

Carlos Garcia Jr -

Yeah.. i also think so.. the funny thing is that the phone boots in DFU and recovery mode normally. It appears in iTunes and i can ask for a recovery. It ends not recovering it and ending in Error 4005. I'm starting to think about the screen itself. maybe i broke it..

diegocoiradas -

Just realised its not the screen. If I plug it directly into the wall (not to my pc) the screens powers on but it won't initialise. It stays on the Apple Logo and goes black, then back to the logo and black again repeatedly.

diegocoiradas -

My iPhone boots to the Apple logo and then turns itself off..

seems like these folks had the same issues you are. read through this. i noticed they said try hard reset will its plugged in the wall. if not try going into recovery mode whilel its connected to your laptop. (you might lose all your data on your phone) seems the phones firmware might need to be updated. hopes this helps

Carlos Garcia Jr - Antwort

Good guide, I followed all the steps except for when it actually came to remove the battery strips and the battery itself. Those adhesive strips are a pain to take out and both of them snapped while I was attempting to remove them. I went off script and had to "delicately" pry the original battery out. The whole time I was afraid I was going to puncture the battery but if you are slow and methodical it can be done, my battery ended being bent considerably from me trying to extricate it.

Also, not an absolute requirement but I wish iFixit would include an extra set of adhesive strips for the replacement battery.

andrew - Antwort

Followed everything step by step. Reconnected and tried to charge. Screen is just black and white lines and phone very hot. Thoughts?

cambell ferguson - Antwort

I would disconnect and reconnect all the connectors. And the ones by the top of the screen where it folds up inspect the ribbon strips. Make sure they did not get twisted. The ones iam talking about are in steps 16-18. Step 17 does say if you get display issues it's prob because the display connector isn't fully seated. As for the battery getting hot. I would reconnect that connector as well. If it's depleted might just be juicing up.

Carlos Garcia Jr -

I followed the tutorial step by step, managed to damage the old battery which followed with a little bit of smoke. Installed new battery and reassembled but now my phone doesn't turn on, or even show its charging. Can anyone help?

Sam Mills - Antwort

Was the Battery still connected to the mainboard while it shortcutted? If yes, then maybe it is damaged. Otherwise, maybe the connectors are not really fixed to the sockets.

Klausi -

Excelente! Aparelho arrumado com sucesso

Rodrigo Souza - Antwort

I did not go thru all of the comments, but I had to vent somewhere about this.

The adhesive strips used to attach the battery to the chassis of the phone are at least 1000 times past the ridiculous point of necessity.

First of all, when would the battery ever fall out of the phone while it is all together. Some very weak 2 sided tape should have been more than enough to attach the battery strong enough for any situation.

OH WAIT! I forgot, what if you were replacing the screen and while the screen is detached from the rest of the phone, there is a TORNADO.

I guess in that situation I would be glad that the adhesive is so strong so that my battery doesn't fly away and get lost.

Chalk one up for the secret department at Apple that makes it as hard as possible for end users to fix their phones.

Bruce Taylor - Antwort

I attempted this last night. I got the left side of the battery adhesive to come out in one strip but the right side broke. I used a credit card and dental floss to get it free. I thought the battery removal would be the hardest part, but it turns out that applying the adhesive would be. I even watched the video. Still failed.

So, I was determined to get the project done. I went to home depot to look for double sided tape. I purchased double sided foam tape. I put it in and discovered it was too thick. I then panicked because the battery was stuck in and I didn't leave myself much slack on the left side to get a credit card in.

I tried to remove it by gently prying from the bottom left but noticed it wiggle so I decided that wasn't safe. I finally was able to successfully remove it again but I'm worried I may have damaged the battery. Is there any way I can know that the battery is safe to use?

I ordered a 3 pack of adhesive so I've got 3 chances to get it right. It should be here tomorrow.

kbrown488 - Antwort

Hey kbrown488, As long as the battery hasn't been too badly bent/wrinkled, it isnt' swollen, there are no holes in the casing, and there is not a funny smell, you should be okay. However, if the display begins to separate from the casing, or the home button starts acting up, this could be a sign of a swollen battery, so keep an eye on that!

Sam Lionheart -

OK, I got my adhesives in yesterday and I was able to complete the project. It powered up and everything looked good, home button functions, fingerprint scanner works. Only one small weird issue though. I let the battery drain to below 10% then charged it. I waited all night for it to get to 100% but at 97% I fell asleep. I woke up early in the morning and saw that it was still at 97% and thought that can't be good but forced a reboot and when it came back up it said 100%. Anyone know what that means? I took it off the charger and used it some this morning and it seems to be draining. My original reason for replacing the battery was that the battery percentage would be completely wrong, most of the time it would get stuck at 100% but then suddenly die. I believe that using the Apple smart battery case may have been a contributing factor to this. The battery didn't seem to wrinkled when I installed it. Could it still swell up if there is a problem?

kbrown488 -

Simple, straightfoward guide... completed the whole process in about 20 minutes. And now my daughter's iPhone 6 is alive again. Great!

Fabio Orlovas - Antwort

I just did this repair today with almost complete success. Battery seems to be working well. However when I reassembled the phone and powered on, there was a faint blue pressure spot on the display just a bit smaller than a dime, 3/4 of an inch above the home button.

The only two things I think that could be causing this pressure spot is the battery cable itself, I noticed when I installed it that it wasn't exactly a perfect flush fit below the body of the battery...OR the new battery adhesive strips that I installed show a tiny bit of the white sticky part (I think I applied them a few mm too high) and that might be sticking to the display?

If it's the battery cable I don't know what to do to fix it. If it's the adhesive strips causing the problem, is there anything I can apply over them to stop them from being sticky in that one spot?

Othersomethings - Antwort

Really unhappy with this product! I messed up my iPhone and now I need to get a new one. I hate that they give you instructions on how to take off the battery but nothing to put it back on. Just says to do everything backwards. What a waste of money!

Jim Lopez - Antwort

Instructions on how to remove adhesive strips and reconnect the battery: iPhone Battery Adhesive Strips Replacement

Carlos -

Easy , I have replaced the battery in 20 minutes !

triodegradable - Antwort

I managed to replace my iPhone 6 battery with more or less difficulty - everything works but I can't hear anything in the earpiece when making phone calls. Does anyone have an idea why this may be? Static electricity??

Jerzy Lasota - Antwort

I'd open it back up and make sure all the connectors are seated properly, especially the one that connects the speaker/front-facing camera/sensors. Inspect the flex cables for damage, and make sure nothing is blocking the earpiece speaker.

Jeff Suovanen -

I chose the method to not remove the front panel, propping up the front with a beverage can and rubber band. For heating the adhesive, I used a "gel heat pack" heated in the microwave. I placed the phone on the heat pack to warm the case. This is not the most ESD safe practice, since the pad is plastic. During adhesive removal, I broke both of the strips. I must not be patient. I used a plastic card to get the old battery out, with quite a bit of effort. Had to be careful not to put stress on the front harness. The old battery pack was slightly bent when I was done, but no smoke or fire, so that is good. I would recommend starting the repair with a battery that is almost fully drained to reduce the fire risk. Anyway, got it back together and after the hard boot, phone is fine, and THIS message is being sent via the phone's wireless hotspot, so things seem to be going well. By the way- back up your data before starting in case things don't go well and you need to get a new phone. REPAIR IS NOBLE!

stevebrothers - Antwort

Amazing guide. Everything is perfect. New battery came 60% charged. And btw for a first timer will take more than 10 minutes, Took me around 35 minutes to complete.

Valentin Scarlat - Antwort

I just replaced the display and the battery a few days ago. The new battery did not come with new adhesive strips, do I decided to replace the battery without any adhesive strips. Everything else went smooth. Now the phone turns off by itself and only works if the charger is in. Any idea what might cause this?

jvalaamo - Antwort

I bought the battery set from Ifix and changed the battery on an Iphone 6 and it's just not charging , I tried with other ones and it's the same issue , it's not the lightening port since it was changed and it worked before , any idea if it's becuase the battery doesn't come with the tiny sponge aislator on the battery connector?

Paulina Cordero - Antwort

Thank you iFixit, I ordered the battery and got it shipped to India, a bit complicated to Install it but the guides were very helpful. Keep up the great work :)

Akash Agrawal - Antwort

I replaced my battery without any issue, however once reassembled the touche screen does not work. The display is ok but I cannot swipe to turn off or type my passe code.

The home bouton is working.

Any idea ?

mickaelourtaau - Antwort

Ready for a joke? Ifixedit ...

Reopened and checked the screens connector, obviously the digitizer was not plugged properly the first time

mickaelourtaau -

Getting the adhesive strips out is REALLY tricky. I broke both of them and ended up heating with hairdrayer and bending the original battery, no fire and i managed the reassemble first time.

Otherwise a very good guide and I would recommend disconnecting the front as in step 13 onwards.

Martin Wikstrand - Antwort

The adhesive strips are not all that hard to remove. Watch the video. The pictures don't do this portion of the procedure justice. Pull the adhesive *perpendicular* to the battery edge and pull slowly and steadily. Don't pull towards the bottom edge of the battery: perpendicular. Once the strips are removed, the battery just falls out. You will need new adhesive strips; my replacement battery came with it, fortunately. The adhesive strips are not reusable as the instructions kinda-sorta imply.

Brian Ratliff - Antwort

battery still loses its charge and i seem to have lost my volume up and down, any ideas??

kellie - Antwort

when the adhesive strips are broken , you can try using fishing line to remove the adhesive from under the battery - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkCyl7kR...

also this method using steel wire seems even better - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5GzU11q...

Sebastian Edinger - Antwort

My mothers iPhone 6 started to lost its power too quickly. So i had bought battery kit from ifixit and iSlack (what a great tool).

30 minutes and - my mom was happy - she can now play her cards more and more )))

Yan - Antwort

Great stuff, thanks again for a great tutorial. Beware puncturing or bending the battery--bent that which I just replaced whilst removing it from my son's iPhone, and it quickly became extremely hot.

If I'd just read through the guide first, instead of relying on the video alone, I would've used floss/wire/monofilament to saw my way through the battery adhesive instead of prying it out, curling it over, and nearly burning down the house. .

Daniel P - Antwort

Easy Peasy! Lemon Squeezy! Thanks for the great tutorial, it went off without a hitch!

Patrick Burnett - Antwort

Great illustrated steps to changing the battery. The battery was a booger getting out as both adhesive strips broke off. I did use a credit card, hair drying to loosen the strips, and string under the battery to get it loose. Great guide though!! Very happy with my battery replacement.

Dustin Insell - Antwort

I did this lastnight on my iphone 6. I echo the sentiment about those adhesive strips under the factory battery, what a pain. The tension needed to pull them out was more than I thought it should be and I didn't have enough pulled out before they broke off.

I heated up the phone with a hair drier and used the ifixit credit card to "Pry" it out. From the image it looks like it just pops out with heat. My experience was more "OH DEAR GOD IS THIS THING GOING TO EXPLODE" because the battery was bending while I was gently prying it. It did eventually come out with the alternating heat/pry/heat/pry and there was no conflagrations to be had.

I really do recommend the isplit tool. That make QUICK work of splitting the case.

Sean Perkins - Antwort

I had WAAAAAAAY more trouble than they did getting those stupid adhesive strips loose from the back...I ended up grabbing a piece of paracord, pulling one of the strands of core out, and used it to break the adhesive loose...dental floss didn't work (broke too easy), fishing line didn't work (again, broke simply), and copious quantities of screamed vulgarities as only an infantryman can do also didn't work, though, it may have in fact caused it to harden up a bit, so, there's that....but in the end, everything is back together, and my new battery is awesome...and not draining nearly as quickly as the OEM one was (apple said it had roughly 790 cycles on it...big surprise when the battery only lasts an hour or two off the charger, you recharge it a LOT....)

Derek Hyde - Antwort

just did the install, new battery wont work, cant get anything to light up... followed all steps perinsrtuctions........dunno what to do now

faiz rahman - Antwort

ok so i plugged in old battery, tried to turn on and it gave me the "need to plug in screen : symbol....ok so that tells me i didnt muck up the other cables and logic board

so i plugg new battery back in and then also plug in lighting cable and the phone turns on, and shows 62 percent

if the new batttery came with 62 percent, then why did it need to be zapped with the lighting cable to turn on,...doesnt make sense to me

faiz rahman - Antwort

Holy smokes. I really enjoy taking things apart and consider myself reasonably handy with things. Doing these things help me relax a bit. But this was intense!

I skipped one critical step which was to drain the battery. Like a few others, I have an iPhone 6 battery that was very difficult to remove. Both adhesive strips broke before I could take them off. So I used a blow dryer and then tried to pull it out. The battery combusted and left a mark on my hardwood floor. It was incredible. The whole phone turned into smoke and the house too. I'm surprised my smoke detector didn't go off. The phone remained very very hot for another 10 minutes. Just for giggles I decided to wipe off the phone and tried the new battery in. Everything worked just fine, I couldn't believe it!

Anyways, I don't recommend trying this unless you are really really handy with tools. Especially on the iPhone 6 which from reading on here seems to have an extremely sticky battery.

Randy Chou - Antwort

I got the battery+tools from iFixit and they were shipped very quickly - thanks for that.

Removing the battery and replacing it were no problem. The problem was reconnecting the 4 cables between the screen and the phone. The connectors wouldn't engage after several tries. On the last try, I broke the screen trying to push it into place. Arrgh!

So, two hints: 1. The screen is VERY delicate, so only push on it gently. 2. Other online instructions say to push the connectors in from the *sides*, not the center, otherwise you can damage the connectors. Not sure if that would have helped in my case.

Anyway, a replacement screen from iFixit costs about as much as a local repair shop charges ($70), so I just used that service instead. The iFixit battery is in the phone, though, and so far it works *very* well.

Saleem Nicola - Antwort

Replaced the battery today and it went pretty smooth with the exception of one battery adhesive (right side) which broke when I got to the battery cable. I was able to get the left side off completely so the battery removal overall was not to difficult. Great guide and tools helped things go smooth and the battery and phone are working great. Thanks IFIXIT!

jshellman - Antwort

Got this done! Had to use floss to remove battery adhesive, but it worked! I did not have the spreader, but I did have the toolkit from ifixit. I strongly recommend that you used some sort of warming on the back of your phone to soften the adhesive strips. I used a rice bag that we have for muscle aches. I also recommend having a set of spare adhesive strips. I ended up needing them. Everything's back together and working fine.

Charles Deremer - Antwort

Battery is extremely difficult to extract!! I was able to get it out via carefully prying it out with the spudger! Install was easy!! Battery lasting much longer now!! Thanks iFixit!

Lynn Norris - Antwort

Was a bit nervous doin repair but all is good now. Thx for tutorial and video.

David Shelton - Antwort

Bought the iPhone 6 Replacement Battery / Fix Kit did the steps, had a bit of a hard time getting the adhesive strips off, but other then that, not too bad. I do have the white lines showing up only at the top of the screen, but the thing that is worrying me now is that the side where the new replacement battery is on is overheating rather quickly. I mean, I'm browsing the internet on safari and it gets really warm after 3-5 minutes. Any advice as to what I should do for the overheating?

szaldi - Antwort

its working ? Im scarred to try it

Seibors - Antwort

The touch on the middle part of my screen is not working. I feel like I might have bent the digitizer on accident. I tried to be very careful. Is there any fixing this?

Marcus Papadopoulos - Antwort

Try disconnecting the digitizer connector and reseat it carefully to make sure it's fully connected. If you still have the same issue, try a different screen—if it's a damaged ribbon cable or connector, swapping out the screen should resolve it. If that fails, my guess would be damage to the connector socket on the logic board, which will require a microsoldering expert to repair/replace.

Jeff Suovanen -

i replace my battery but now its stack in 1 percent won't charge more. help

mike le clercq - Antwort

Good guide. Easy to follow. Adding heat to the back to loosen the adhesive is a _must_ though - I was lucky the Li-Ion battery didn't pop as I bent it prying it out with an old credit card in the end.

Shame iFixit don't ship batteries overseas - had to buy the parts & kit through eBay.

lucanos - Antwort

Shipping lithium-ion batteries on airplanes has gotten a lot trickier lately! But rest assured, we're working on it. Thanks for your comments and congrats on a successful repair!

Jeff Suovanen -

Very easy repair, I was very concerned after using the suction cup to open the iphone. When it finally opened, it opened WIDE and I thought I broke all those display cables at the top of the phone. Fortunately, the parts inside the phone are secured with metal plates. No damage and no problems. In fact, I kept the display and all of those connectors at the top connected throughout the repair. This made the repair so much easier than it otherwise would have been. I saved a lot of time and effort and was done in 30-45 minutes on the very first try! Excellent guide, very helpful, and thanks for all the helpful comments that made this so much easier for me!

Ryan - Antwort

I replaced the battery and the instructions were perfect. I ended up having to use dental floss on the back of the battery to free the battery from the adhesive strip. Also, the battery connector was a little bend, but I just bent it in the correct location. If you use common sense, this is an easy repair. These are the only issues I ran into and took about 30 minutes. I used a long strip of really wide tape to keep track of all the screw locations. Also have to be really careful with this installation as you could easily tear/break something. Just take your time, and you will be fine.

DON'T BEND THE BATTERY. People try removing the battery and there is still adhesive tape connected, bend the battery, then it explodes everywhere. Just don't be an idiot and remove all the adhesive tape under the battery before trying to remove it. It will just pop out.

Resulting battery is like new!!! Couldn't be more happier and will use the toolkit in the future for sure.

Casey Sick - Antwort

Not to bad. Hardest part for me was the tape and battery removal. Screwing those little screws back took a little time to get the right technique.

David Miller - Antwort

Replacement went well. Hardest part was getting the old adhesive strips out and new ones in place. Good instructions . Take your time and go step by step.

Tom Davies - Antwort

Thanks for this, got my new battery in. Yeesh, that adhesive removal was even tougher than anticipated, despite all the warnings. Note that this guide and the adhesive replacement guide suggest different techniques for pulling out the old adhesive. Here it says to pull around the corner, while the adhesive replacement guide says to pull straight down. I tried one way with the first strip, the other way with the second -- both broke. But a hairdryer, two credit cards (thin one for pushing the adhesive, thick one for prying up the battery), and some loud swearing got it done.

Daniel Katz - Antwort

I had no problems installing the battery and now I get a full day charge, actually it usually still has 50% at the end of the day. Yay!

But, Settings - Battery no longer shows Battery Usage by app. I read elsewhere that some 3rd party batteries are not fully compatible and this issue can arise. Has anyone else experienced this? No big deal and I'm happy with my like new phone again.

mikezbacnik - Antwort

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