The team at DirectFix.com doesn’t waste any time on learning more about the new iPhone 6. Within a few hours of the phone’s release, the team had already taken the iPhone apart and began to dig into the components. We are proud to share our investigation with you in the form of a 28 minute YouTube video. Our video shows you step by step how to disassemble the phone and repair internal components like the motherboard, the battery and the screen along with many other parts followed by instructions on how to reassemble your phone after repairing or replacing. According to our experts, repairing the iPhone6 is quite similar to repairing the iPhone 5, the iPhone 5s and the iPhone5c. Most manufacturers won’t warranty a broken screen. So, if you have recently purchased your iPhone and already experienced the screen breaking, you may have already voided your warranty. If that’s the case, then you may want to watch our new video and give repairing a try. Remember if you should attempt to repair your iPhone, this is all at your own risk and you would be voiding out your warranty. If you used the video to repair your phone, we’d love to hear about it.
iPhone 6 Repair Video
Within hours of the iPhone 6 being released the guys at DirectFix got their hands on one and jumped right into doing and iphone 6 teardown on video. DirectFix let us know that they have posted their in depth 28 minute iphone 6 screen repair video and teardown on YouTube and its quite interesting to watch. Instead of simply seeing still photos of the guts of the iPhone 6 this HD video actually shows the steps needed to disassemble and reassemble the phone. The video shows you how to replace the screen, motherboard, battery and many other parts on the i6. They do note that the iPhone 6 is similar to the iPhone 5/5S/5C when it comes to the repair process. It’s also one of the easier iphone model phones that they have taken apart recently. Also remember that you are doing this at your own risk if you attempt it. Most manufactures will not warranty a broken screen so you may already have a voided warranty if you dropped the phone the first day you get it.
DIY Repair parts for the iPhone 6 can be found here: iPhone 6 Repair Parts