OLED Display Assembly for iPhone X (Refurbished)
OLED Display Assembly for iPhone X (Refurbished)
OLED Display Assembly for iPhone X (Refurbished)
OLED Display Assembly for iPhone X (Refurbished)
OLED Display Assembly for iPhone X (Refurbished)

OLED Display Assembly for iPhone X (Refurbished)

Sale price$71.75

*✅Screen Size: 5.8 Inch

*✅ Compatible Model: A1865 | A1901 | A1902 *OLED Display Assembly for iPhone X (Refurbished) *This OLED Screen is made from Refurbished materials which are provided by the Original Manufacturer. And It’s 100% fit on iPhone X.

*It comes with Force Touch Panel, Polarized lens, Cold-Pressed Frames, Proximity Sensor Bracket, Earpiece Speaker Grill & Mesh, and Steel Plate.

*Oleophobic Coating on OLED Display. OLED Screen Brightness is a Minimum of 510 NITS.

*Every iPhone X OLED Display is tested one by one before shipping.

*This is the best replacement for broken, damaged, or cracked OLED Assembly for iPhone X only. *We offer a Lifetime Warranty on this iPhone X OLED Assembly.

Get your iPhone battery below 25% before you start. A charged lithium-ion battery can ignite and/or explode if accidentally punctured.
Before you start replacing the screen, turn off your iPhone.
Remove the two 6.9mm long pentalobe screws from the bottom edge of the iPhone.
If the screws are stripped or damaged, you should replace the screws.
Opening the iPhone's screen will compromise its waterproof seals. Prepare replacement gaskets before proceeding with this step, or if you reassemble your iPhone without replacing the gaskets, be careful not to expose it to liquid.
If your iPhone has a cracked screen, tape it to the glass to prevent further breakage and personal injury during your repair.
Place overlapping strips of packing tape over the iPhone's screen until the entire face is covered.
This will keep the glass pieces inside and provide structural integrity when lifting and lifting the screen.
Wear safety glasses to protect your eyes from freely swinging glasses during the repair.
If the broken glass makes it difficult for the suction cup to adhere in the next few steps, try folding a piece of strong tape (like duct tape) into a handle and lifting the screen with it instead.
Heating the iPhone bottom edge will soften the adhesive holding the screen, it will become more obvious.
Use a hair dryer or heat gun, or prepare an iOpener and apply it to the bottom edge of the iPhone for about a minute to soften the glue underneath.
In the next two steps, he shows Isclack, a handy tool we recommend for anyone who repairs frequently. If you're not using iSclack, skip steps two for an alternative method.
If the plastic depth gauge is attached to the center of the Isclack, remove it now—it's not necessary for larger phones like the iPhone X.
Place the suction cups near the bottom edge of the iPhone—one on the front and one on the back.
Press both suction cups firmly into place.
If your screen or back glass is badly cracked, covering it with a layer of clear packing tape may allow the suction cups to stick. iSclack also includes two bands for this purpose.
Hold your iPhone securely and close the Isclack's handle to gently separate the screen from the phone's back case.
Do not try to completely detach the screen; A small opening along the bottom edge is all you need.
Insert a release latch into the cavity.
If you're using a single suction arm, apply it to the bottom edge of the phone while avoiding the curved part of the glass.
If your screen is badly cracked, covering it with a layer of clear packing tape may allow the suction cup to stick. Alternatively, a very strong tape can be used instead of suction cups. If all else fails, you can stick the suction cup on the broken screen.
Pull up on the suction cup with firm and steady pressure to create a slight gap between the front panel and the rear case.
Insert a release latch into the cavity.
The waterproof adhesive that holds the screen in place is very strong; creating this initial gap requires a significant amount of force. If you have trouble opening a gap, apply more heat and gently shake the screen up and down to weaken the adhesive until you create enough gap to insert your tool.
Slide the release latch-up from the bottom left corner and left edge of the iPhone, slicing the adhesive holding the screen in place... To read more, please visit our blog or search online.