iPhone 7 Battery Repair

iPhone 7 Battery Repair Guide

Find affordable iPhone 7 repair parts here.

Recommended Tools: 

Plastic Triangle Opening Tool
Nylon Spudger
SIM Card Ejection Tool
Fine Tip Curved Tweezers
Precision Knife Set
Phillips Screwdriver
Pentalobe Screwdriver
Professional Tri-Point Screwdriver

Step 1

Power down your Apple iPhone 7 phone.
 
Step 2
 
Eject the Nano-SIM Card Tray.
 
Step 3 (iPhone 7 Display Assembly)
 
Remove the two bottom 3.4 mm Pentalobe screws located next to the lightning connector.
 
Step 4
 
Use the precision knife to create enough space to insert a triangle opening tool.
 
With the triangle opening tool slice through the sticky adhesive and carefully decouple the iPhone 7 display assembly from the rear case.
 
Unlike previous iPhone models, the iPhone 7 opens just like a book, along the side instead of at the top.
 
The display assembly is still connected to the iPhone by cables along the middle-right side, so don’t try to remove it entirely just yet.
 
Remove the following 4 Tri-Point screws securing the bracket that covers the battery connector and two of the display cables. These screws are different sizes, so be sure to remember where they go.
 
With the bracket out of the way spudge up the cables from the logic board.
 
Remove the following 2 Phillips screws that secure the bracket covering the upper component display cable.
 
Disconnect the cable and free the iPhone 7 display assembly from the phone.
 
Step 5 (iPhone 7 Taptic Engine)
 
In place of the headphone jack is a barometric vent. Remove the following 2 Phillips screws and then lift it out of the iPhone 7 rear case.
 
Remove the following 3 Phillips screws.
 
Pop the connector up from the lightning port assembly and remove the iPhone 7 Taptic Engine. This sleek engine uses haptic feedback to simulate the push of a button.
 
Step 6 (iPhone 7 Battery)
 
Locate the two peel-to-remove adhesive tabs at the bottom of the 7 battery. Grab the first tab and try to keep the adhesive strip flat and wide.
 
Slowly and gently pull each strip up and away from the iPhone 7. The strips will stretch to many times the length of the battery- keep pulling until they come out from between the battery and the rear case.
 
And just like that, out pops the 1960 milliampere-hour (mAh), 3.8-volt iPhone 7 battery.
 
 
* To reassemble your device, follow the steps in reverse order.