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With no exterior screws to guide the way, we attack the back cover as a possible point of entry—but after some unsuccessful heating and prying, we give up and try our luck on the display. After some iOpener and iSclack action, the touch panel seems to separate pretty cleanly. Is this a repairable, non-bonded display like back in the old days? Sadly, no—it seems we were foiled by some extra-strong adhesive under the sAMOLED panel, which held fast while the touch panel glue gave way. End result: busted display.
  • With no exterior screws to guide the way, we attack the back cover as a possible point of entry—but after some unsuccessful heating and prying, we give up and try our luck on the display.

  • After some iOpener and iSclack action, the touch panel seems to separate pretty cleanly. Is this a repairable, non-bonded display like back in the old days?

  • Sadly, no—it seems we were foiled by some extra-strong adhesive under the sAMOLED panel, which held fast while the touch panel glue gave way. End result: busted display.

  • We unplug the protected connector and remove the newly unfused display assembly to continue our journey.

Sin tornillos externos para guiar nuestro camino, atacamos la cubierta posterior como un posible punto de entrada, pero después de un calentamiento y palanca sin éxito, nos damos por vencidos y probamos suerte en la pantalla.

Después de algunas acciones de iOpener e iSclack, el panel táctil parece separarse bastante limpiamente. ¿Es esta una pantalla reparable y no ligada como en los viejos tiempos?

Tristemente, no, parece que nos frustró un adhesivo extra fuerte debajo del panel sAMOLED, que se mantuvo mientras el pegamento del panel táctil cedía. Resultado final: visualización reventada.

Desconectamos el conector protegido y retiramos el ensamblaje de la pantalla que no ha sido fusionado para continuar nuestro viaje.

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