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[* black] There are two cables securing the display assembly to the logic board. One is easy to disconnect, but the other is more challenging. The thin black cable connects beneath the logic board. That means that replacing the display assembly will definitely not be trivial.
[* black] Like the iPhone 4, it appears that the front glass and LCD panel are permanently fused together. The good news is that this will prevent dust from getting beneath the glass, but unfortunately it will make repair more expensive.
[* icon_note] There are two cables securing the display assembly to the logic board. One is easy to disconnect, but the other is more challenging. The thin black cable connects beneath the logic board. That means that replacing the display assembly will definitely not be trivial.
[* icon_reminder]
If you have a [product|IF132-001|1st], [product|IF140-003|2nd], or [product|IF176-001|3rd generation Touch], it is possible to replace just the front glass without replacing the LCD.
[* icon_note] There are two cables securing the display assembly to the logic board. One is easy to disconnect, but the other is more challenging. The thin black cable connects beneath the logic board. That means that replacing the display assembly will definitely not be trivial.
[* icon_reminder]
If you have a [product|IF132-001|1st], [product|IF140-003|2nd], or [product|IF176-001|3rd generation Touch], it is possible to replace just the front glass without replacing the LCD.