iPhone 6S Screen Repair Guide
Use these guides, along with the contents of your TechXS EasyFix Kit to complete the repair of your iPhone 6S screen.
Be sure to review the 'Handling Tips' below prior to beginning if this is your first EasyFix DIY repair.
1. Confirm your iPhone Model
Not sure which iPhone model you have? Visit this article to identify your iPhone model!
It's important to confirm your specific iPhone model to ensure the parts and guides you are using for your repair are compatible with your device. Visit the article above or contact our support team if you need a hand to find which iPhone model you have.
2. Purchase EasyFix Kit
If you haven't already, now is your chance to purchase your iPhone 6S EasyFix Screen Repair Kit!
3. Backup your Device
Before any DIY repair on your iPhone it is recommended that you conduct the exercise of backing up the data that is stored on the device. Generally a repair will not erase any data you have stored, but it is best practice to complete this step as a safety measure if your data is important to you.
If you need help completing a backup of your iPhone, visit our how-to guide.
4. Tools Checklist
TechXS Magnetic Screw Guide
5. Handling Tips
Health & Safety
It is recommended to take care while conducting your repair. Be aware that your screen may be coming apart in shards. Use your best efforts to keep these shards away from your fingers and eyes. You may wish to take precautionary measures by wearing latex gloves and safety glasses.
The screws and components you will be removing during this repair are very small. It is important you conduct this repair in a well lit area, or with a light/side lamp over your workspace.
Magnetic Screw Guide
This custom magnetic screw guide is the secret to your success during this repair. During the instruction guide, each screw and component removed will be placed in its specified area on this mat. Be sure to follow these instructions carefully, as each screw is slightly different sizes and needs to be put back in the same spot it was removed.
Watch each step in full
There are 10 steps in total throughout this guide. Watch each step through at least once before trying it yourself. Don't rush the repair to keep up with the video. Use the pause feature (space bar on a computer), and rewind the video if you need clarification during installation.
! WARNING !
Ensure you follow step 6 carefully when handling the transition of your home button. If this button is damaged it may not function correctly once it is installed onto the new screen.
6. Access Repair Guides
1. Video Guide
2. PDF Guide
7. Store your old Part for 30 days
We recommend storing your old part for up to 30 days after the repair is completed. A 30 day window will allow sufficient time to ensure your repair has been successful and the old part is no longer required.
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