Introducción

Esta guía muestra cómo abrir el iPhone original.

  1. Inserta una herramienta de expulsión de la tarjeta SIM o un clip en el orificio junto a la toma de auriculares.
    • Inserta una herramienta de expulsión de la tarjeta SIM o un clip en el orificio junto a la toma de auriculares.

    • Presiona el clip para papel hasta que salte la bandeja de la tarjeta SIM.

    To remove the SIM, insert the end of a SIM eject tool or a small thin paper clip into the hole on the SIM tray. Press firmly and push the tool straight in until the tray pops out.

    http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1438

    duanekdunn - Contestar

    I put the SIM card back in, and the slide to unlock does not work.

    dean -

  2. Sujeta la bandeja de la tarjeta SIM y sácala del iPhone.
    • Sujeta la bandeja de la tarjeta SIM y sácala del iPhone.

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    • Esta imagen muestra las dos pestañas y dos pestañas ubicadas en la parte inferior de la cubierta de la antena. Las dos pestañas en la parte superior de la imagen deben empujarse hacia la cubierta negra para liberarlas.

    YOU NEED TO PUT THE OPENER TOOL BETWEEN THE ANTENNA COVER AND THE DOCK CONNECTOR FIRST, THEN YOU WILL HAVE SPACE TO OPEN IT.. MY 2 CENTS

    riversde - Contestar

    You better lay off the caps.

    lol SPLAAT -

    Very hard to remove and the plastic is very fragile

    Take care when removing

    miguelvillela - Contestar

    When you get stuck follow this guy guide

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYHnr89HM...

    miguelb - Contestar

    Great Guide.

    My dad banged his iPhone in a table after arguing with someone and got the aluminum cover next to the volume control bent in such a way as it got the volume control stuck in the max position. I used this guide to remove all parts out of the way so I can get the shape of that region and corrected it the "Han Solo" Way. It was an excellent opportunity to get the phone cleaned up as well

    The biggest problem I had was screwing some of the screws back. The screwdriver that I had was not magnetized, so I used a little bit of superglue to bind the screw and the screwdriver until I had it screwed tightly.

    The second biggest problem I had was that I lost a screw twice, but was lucky enough to find it quickly on the floor next to me.

    I am very happy as I waited more than a month to get the confidence to get this iPhone repaired.

    lantinian - Contestar

    how do i know what part is in my phone? There are 2...

    Ivanfrost - Contestar

    Cita de Ivanfrost:

    how do i know what part is in my phone? There are 2...

    Once you have the phone apart and have gently unplugged the power ribbon, read the part number on the ribbon. If it's in the 821- family, you can safely use corresponding 821 headphone assembly. If it is the other part number, use the newer replacement. Many sites list both parts and let you order the appropriately numbered part. Otherwise (if you order the wrong part) it won't work or you'll have to [unnecessarily] hack the part to get it to work.

    Steve - Contestar

    Cita de Steve:

    Once you have the phone apart and have gently unplugged the power ribbon, read the part number on the ribbon. If it's in the 821- family, you can safely use corresponding 821 headphone assembly. If it is the other part number, use the newer replacement. Many sites list both parts and let you order the appropriately numbered part. Otherwise (if you order the wrong part) it won't work or you'll have to [unnecessarily] hack the part to get it to work.

    I bought the wrong one.... how do I hack it?

    Rune Smistad - Contestar

    My iPhone is very first model. It doesn't have any of the four tabs shown.

    gameplayer2 - Contestar

    The very first model does not have the four tabs. To open this version, use a plastic opener tool and push it into the middle of the tiny space between the rectangular dock connector and the antenna cover. Move the tool to the side and push it in a little deeper. A small gap should open up at the bottom of the antenna cover, where it meets the metal. Continue using the plastic opener tool in there, pushing it in and forcing it around the edge so that the antenna cover further separates. Then repeat this on the other side. To me it seems like a very brittle piece of plastic, so be careful. But now that it's loose at the bottom you can lift it with your fingers and work it off.

    Alexander Ljungberg - Contestar

    • Asegúrese de deslizar el spudger de metal entre el conector de la base y la cubierta de la antena, y no en el conector de la base.

    • Inserte un spudger de metal en la ranura entre el conector de base y la cubierta de la antena. Haga palanca suavemente cerca de las dos pestañas para crear un pequeño espacio entre la cubierta de la antena y el marco frontal plateado.

    Take heed to the note about getting the spudger between the dock connector and the cover. The dock connector is black plastic, as is the antenna cover, so it's difficult to see any gap between them. Putting the spudger between the metal shielding of the connector and the plastic is incorrect.

    Michael Lance - Contestar

    Rens' duct tape technique (see comment in step 6 section below) worked very well. No need to risk breaking the antenna with a spudger.

    jbshoe - Contestar

    • Inserta una herramienta de apertura de iPod en el espacio entre la cubierta de la antena y el marco frontal. La cuña de la herramienta debe apuntar hacia la cubierta de la antena. Deslice la herramienta alrededor de la esquina y hacia arriba hasta que llegue al soporte de metal.

    • Repita el mismo procedimiento en el otro lado del conector de la base.

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    • Sujete la cubierta de la antena a cada lado y deslícela hacia arriba y lejos del iPhone. Esto requiere algo de fuerza. Si no sale libre, asegúrese de que la cubierta de la antena esté lo suficientemente levantada como para liberar las capturas.

    It was released very hard on my iPhone 2G but the problem comes when i have to put it back.

    It remains a little more space between the dock and the Antena cover and maybe that's because the two tabs between the mic and the speaker are not entered under the gold board?

    If someone knows please tell me how to put it back.

    Thanks

    infomihai - Contestar

    There is a very easy way to remove the cover by simply sticking duct tape on it and pulling the tape away of the phone.

    It will leave no marks and it didn't damage my antenna cover as much(my "chinese" repair tools were to weak).

    rens - Contestar

    Thanks, using the tape was quick and easy, no damage at all.

    Roeland -

    Brilliant. Works perfectly. 20 seconds of work.

    koenatclaes -

    • Quita los tres tornillos Phillips # 00 que sujetan el panel posterior al iPhone.

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    • Abrir el iPhone es una hazaña desafiante, así que no te desanimes. Respira hondo y asegúrate de tener suficiente tiempo para hacer el trabajo.

    • El agujero cuadrado pequeño es la ubicación para insertar la selección dental en el siguiente paso.

    Be sure to use the square hole, more to the inside, not the one between the outer shell and the little piece of metal. The Outer shell is attached to the metal.

    Gyuri Ordody - Contestar

    You guys show this is vanilla dessert. And it's more difficult than building a DIY space shuttle. I wonder why Apple did the iPhone so problematic to disassemble. It's just the battery!

    Sebastian Di Mateo - Contestar

    I've seen some instructions recommending using a knife to open up a space between the back cover and trim. Using the dental pick as shown here, it is very easy to break off the screw attachment near the edge of the cover.

    Bill Parquet - Contestar

    Agree with Bill, I did break off one of the screw attachments. In retrospect, using a small putty knife between the cover and battery (which I'm replacing anyways) to apply force against the cover while prying at the hole would have helped.

    Michael Lance -

    • Comienza quitando el panel trasero del lado con los botones.

    • Desliza la selección dental completamente en el agujero cuadrado. Es posible que debas mover la herramienta y aplicar una buena cantidad de fuerza para que funcione todo el tiempo.

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    • Levanta el panel posterior tirando de la selección dental hacia la izquierda en un movimiento rápido. Aplica una fuerza perpendicular al plano del ensamblaje de la pantalla. Es posible que tengas miedo de ir rápido, pero ir más despacio es más probable que reduzca el caso.

    ugh. i totally mangled my case. snapped off the 2 outer screw brackets... broke my dental pick, too. and my small screwdriver. thank goodness for craftsman tools! ;)

    i was pretty disheartened by the whole thing, but i keep it in a hard shell anyway so it's not that noticeable.

    umopapisdn - Contestar

    Like others - this is where I am stuck. No dental pick, so I search for alternatives. Good the get reminded - if I mangle the case too, hey, my speck cover will hide the scars!

    Spikey2 - Contestar

    What material is that dental pick made of? Adamantium?

    Sebastian Di Mateo - Contestar

    I could NOT get this method to work. I tried three different picks and all bent when I tried to lever them this way. I did break one of the frame screws off in the process as well. I ended up going back to my old standby... The Exacto Knife and a 1/8 inch flat head screw driver... I used the exacto to get the flat head started, then worked my way up one side toward the top of the phone slowly and carefully wiggling the screw driver until it popped open on that side. Then I did the same to the other. That worked well for me. These plastic openers and dental picks just bent and broke on me. GOOD LUCK. My Advice: Get a 3G or 3GS, I can break one down in under a minute!

    Adam Susong - Contestar

    I didn't have a dental pick. I used a narrow, flexible hobby putty knife. The button side edge popped right off. The blank side required me to slowly wiggle along, continually pushing the putty knife up to 2" to detach each of the clips.

    dennishodge - Contestar

    • Usa un spudger para liberar el panel posterior del iPhone a lo largo de la esquina y la parte superior.

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    • Repite el mismo procedimiento en el otro lado del iPhone. Desliza la selección dental completamente en el agujero cuadrado. Es posible que deba mover la herramienta y aplicar una buena cantidad de fuerza para que funcione todo el tiempo.

    wich dental pick should I use? I´d bought some but they twist or didn´t fit on the scare... thx in advance and really good guide!!

    Chad720 - Contestar

    I know this is old, but I've had some success. Rather than the dental pick, which I bent too, I ground down a very small "L" bend hex wrench. Worked like a champ. Also: If you have an iPhone 4 and are looking to use the microSIM in your 1st gen iPhone with the use of a microSIM adaptor... DO NOT put the empty adaptor in the SIM slot. That's what I did and had to dismantle the phone to get it repair the SIM contacts.

    tthomashardie -

    Actually, the "button" side released fairly easily and I was able to loosen the top end with a plastic spudger. However, the remaining side was a @#!@! and the process of popping it off caused the protruding screw lug to break off the internal guide, which itself came off seconds later. Oof! While the side guide was easily glued back in, the lug ultimately became a casualty since it was too small and unweildy to SuperGlue™ back on. But, as Meat Loaf wisely sings, "two out of three ain't bad." The 'phone can live w/o one screw and possibly two if the center lug remains.

    turkeyneck - Contestar

    I didn't have a dental pick so i used a very small high quality allen key which worked perfectly. The back cover is interference fit to the front bezel and i found with the correct lever action it separated easily.

    Bigkarkus - Contestar

    • Levanta el panel posterior tirando de la selección dental hacia la derecha en un movimiento rápido. Aplica una fuerza perpendicular al plano del ensamblaje de la pantalla. Es posible que tengas miedo de ir rápido, pero ir más despacio es más probable que reduzca el caso.

    • El panel posterior todavía está conectado al iPhone por el cable de la toma de auriculares, por lo que aún no quites completamente el panel posterior del iPhone.

    I've seen some guides that recommend a technique for prying up on the center of the case. if you do so, it is easy to accidentally damage the battery if you pry in the wrong direction.

    Bill Parquet - Contestar

    • Asegúrate de que el teléfono esté apagado antes de desconectar el cable de la toma de auriculares.

    • Usa un spudger para desconectar el cable de la toma de auriculares de la placa lógica.

    You need to stick the end in, and it detaches if you push it upwards.

    Gyuri Ordody - Contestar

    A picture of what the dental pick is poking at would be useful inside the back case. If you get on the wrong side of the frame rail you can break the ear where the screw goes pretty easily with that pick (yes it appears to be titanium). Guess that is why only the plastic pick was part of the toolset, but used a metal one as depicted and ran into this. As you say this is challenging, and more pictures are better.

    edl - Contestar

Conclusión

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