Yes, it is possible to fix! First off you will need to purchase a new back housing for your iPhone 7. Unfortunately, iFixit does not offer this part in their store, but I'm sure you would be able to find one elsewhere. After purchasing the part, you should be able to follow this repair guide to complete the fix: iPhone 7 Rear Case Replacement *Keep in mind that in replacing the back housing it will no longer be waterproof/water resistant as if you purchased a brand new phone. I hope this helps you in your efforts to fix your iPhone 7!
Yes, you can, but you risk damaging other components in the phone or the new battery cables. The risk of the battery moving and causing problems is slight, but there is always a chance. I would suggest waiting until the adhesive comes.
Gia, Unfortunately no, there is no possible way to replace the band on a FitBit Charge HR. I would have suggested contacting FitBit directly as soon as the problem occurred. I was very impressed with their customer service when they replaced mine free of charge a year out of warranty when mine died suddenly. Since your dad has tampered with the product, however, I don't believe FitBit will do much. Here is the link to FitBit's contact page- http://help.fitbit.com/?cu=1 Hope this helps!
Mansour, It sounds as if your battery has died. Have you tried to power it on while charging/plugged into computer? If this does not work, I highly suggest replacing the battery. You can get this replaced at your local Apple store or do it yourself. iFixit offers both the part and guide on how to do this. iPhone 5 Replacement Battery How to replace your iPhone 5 battery I hope this helps!
jeverwolf, I'm sorry to hear that your digitizer it not working correctly. First thing to try before tearing apart again is doing a hard restart by pressing and holding the lock and home button until the screen goes black and the apple logo appears. If this did not work... During your battery replacement, did you remove the display entirely? If not, try removing the display entirely and cleaning the ribbon cable connectors. This can be done by using a q-tip and some rubbing alcohol. Be sure to allow time to air dry. Once dry, reseat the connections and assemble and try the digitizer again. If this did not work... Try to put the old battery into the phone, if you still have it, and see if the digitizer continues to not work. If it does not work with the old battery and reseating the entire display assembly doesn't work, somehow the display got damaged during the repair and will need to get a replacement screen. iFixit offers both the part and guide on how to do it. iPhone 5s LCD and Digitizer iPhone 5s LCD...
Hello Elise Jansen, This issue is usually caused by pressure against the LCD causing it to bend until it breaks internally. Another possibility is the ribbon cables have come loose inside of your phone. I'd guess, because it was in your back pocket, that the LCD just got too much pressure on it causing it to break. I would highly suggest replacing the display assembly. Your local Apple store can help you with this or you can order the part from iFixit and use their guides to complete it yourself. iPhone 6 LCD and Digitizer iPhone 6 Screen Replacement Hope this helps!
KB, Unfortunately, ghosting is usually the result of some metals touching or a defective part in the phone. I'd suggest removing the screen and cleaning and reseating the screen ribbon cables. Using a q-tip and rubbing alcohol is the best way to clean it and allow to for air dry before reconnecting. Hopefully it's just a loose cable. It is very possible that the battery might be causing this issue. Consider replacing the battery or getting replaced by someone. Unfortunately, it sounds if this process will be by elimination. Hope this helps!
muchonice, I'm sorry to hear you are having an issue with your MacBook Air. A friend of mine had the same issue. Was able to use it, but would should down at random times. Replacing the Logic Board fixed the issue. I believe the main issue is the GPU overheating for some reason. I would recommend taking it to the Apple Store and setting up a Genius Bar appointment. Here is the link to get started- http://www.apple.com/retail/geniusbar I hope this helps!
ilias kriticopoulos, That is very unfortunate to hear. It sounds as if the power supply is starting to show signs of age. I'd suggest you replace the power supply. iFixit does not sell the Fat PS3 Power Supply, but here is a link to iFixit's guide in replacing it - PlayStation 3 Power Supply Replacement Look over it and if you feel you can do it give it a try! Be CAUTIOUS as you will be working with a lot of wires. Hope this helps you!