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iPhone XR Earpiece Speaker
Replace an earpiece speaker compatible with the iPhone XR model #A1984, A2105, A2106, A2108 smartphone. Fix problems with phone call audio.
iPhone 11 Wireless Charging Antenna
Replace a damaged or malfunctioning internal inductive charging coil in an iPhone 11. This coil is soldered to the flex cable for the Audio Control Cable Assembly. Repla...
iPhone XS Max Earpiece Speaker
Replace an earpiece speaker compatible with the iPhone XS Max model #A1921, A2101, A2102, A2104. Fix problems with phone call audio. Replacement requires micro-soldering.
iPhone XS Audio Control Cable and Brackets
Replace the internal audio and power switches and their brackets for an iPhone XS.
iPhone X Audio Control Cable and Brackets
Replace the internal audio and power switches and their brackets for an iPhone X. This cable is soldered to the wireless charging antenna coil. Replacing this component...
iPhone 6 Plus IC Touch Disease Repair Shield
IC touch repair shield ensures that IC touch microsoldering repairs are permanent and the issue does not recur. Prime Board Shield
Board Component Bundle
This collection of iPhone and iPad components is perfect for anyone learning microsoldering and board level repair.
iPhone 7 Bare Logic Board
Replace a bare logic board (with no components) compatible with iPhone 7. This is only the board to which all the surface soldered components would be mounted.
iPhone 7/7 Plus SIM Card Slot/Reader
Replace a damaged SIM card tray holder socket on the logic board of an iPhone 7 or 7 Plus. This part requires micro soldering.
iPhone 7 Plus Bare Logic Board
Replace a bare logic board (with no components) compatible with the iPhone 7 Plus. This is only the board to which all the surface soldered components would be mounted.
Apple first shipped the iPhone in June 2007 and has since carved out a large portion of the smartphone market for itself with the device.
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