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Can iPhone parts be changed across the Apple handheld smartphone family? Yes – while not all replacements are possible on all phones, the list below shows are the most common spares that users look for so that they can repair their phone themselves. Such tasks vary in difficulty but most can be carried out by an end-user with good preparation and access to tutorials about the repair they are planning.
iPhone parts typically available
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We advise good initial setup and careful study of tutorial information before attempting any repair to your device.
With our large range of mobile phone parts, the iParts4U team can help you with your replacement needs by providing replacement choices for global clients from our UK shop. We're experts in all Apple smartphone repairs, offering quality and affordable products to help you fix your devices. Buying a new phone outright can be expensive, so instead find an individual replacement part and make the changes yourself.
As one of the UK's leading iPhone replacement parts for sale experts, we are suppliers who can help with nearly every replacement component or tool you may need. Fast order shipping, no-hassle returns, price-match promise and trade account facilities are part of the reason customers return to iParts4U.
Needless to say, we receive many questions from customers regarding the repair of their IP handset and the parts they need. Here are some of the most popular;
iParts4U sell many spares to fully refurbish your phone, from restoring your battery life to full health by means of a high-quality high capacity part to replace your LCD display. Replacing these phone parts can bring a new lease of life to a phone. You will find some brilliant tutorials and repair guides available on the web and we are gradually increasing our own repair tutorials on our site.
We hear this complaint often and in most cases, we find that the existing charge port has collected lint and dust particles; cleaning your charge port with a non-conductive tool and a dry air can bring this back to life. The usual sign for this is that the 8 pin USB cable will not sit flush to the bottom of the phone when plugged in. If you need assistance with this please get in touch.
Replacing a cracked or faulty glass through an iPhone screen repair can be quite complicated. However, if you are technically minded then there are plenty of repair guides online and here on our website. These guides will help you replace and fix your screen in the comfort of your own home. When replacing your screen, it is important to ensure you disconnect the battery prior to removal of your existing screen - this is because whilst your battery is connected to your smartphone's motherboard there is still voltage present. Disconnecting the battery will ensure you do not compromise the motherboard during a repair. Note that we stock a range of repair tools that make fixes easier to complete.
Do also keep in mind that using a glass screen protector accessory from our range of products can lessen the risk of accidental damage to your handset's display. If the thought of fixing your own cell phone screen seems a little too challenging then you may be asking ‘where can I get my screen fixed?’. If so then remember we also provide a very cost-effective repair service for displays and other types of repair for Apple’s phone device range.
Yes, we hold replacement parts for the entire Apple smartphone family from the 3G to the very latest models. For support, contact our customer service with any queries about what you require.
OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer and refers to parts for smartphones that are designed by a subcontractor for a major brand such as iPhone. To be clear OEM does NOT mean the component was made by the smartphone manufacturer but by a contracted 3rd party. Note that Apple does not make OEM (or genuine) iPhone replacement parts available to 3rd party suppliers.
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