Alright, today I’m going to show you how to repair the loud speaker on the iPhone 6. If you are interested in any of these other repair videos, go ahead and click the links on that menu screen. Here’s the iPhone 6. I’m going to go ahead and turn it off and then grab your pentalobe screwdriver and take CAREGIVER #1: I know what you’re thinking… CAREGIVER #2: College is how much?!
CAREGIV… out the bottom two screws next to the charging port. If you need a pentalobe screwdriver check the article description below, I’ll have partsand tools listed down there. Grab your suction cup and lift up on the screen just a little bit. And then get your pry tool under there and pry up on the metal frame of the screen. Make sure not to bend it too much or else you will crack the screen and you don’twant that. Go ahead and lift up the screen. If you’re not going to take the screen off for this repair, make sure to leave it at Alright, today I’m going to show you how to replace the glass pieces on the back of the iPhone 5… the 90% so you don’t damage any of the ribbon cables.
Just like that. Here are the two screws over the charging port connection and the battery connection. So take out those two screws and remove the metal bracket like this. Flip up the little battery connection cable. I’m not going to show you how to take out the battery cuz that’s a pain, but as longas you’ve disconnected it like this you can finish the rest of the repair just fine. Take out those four screws for the loud speaker. Disconnect the charging port cable.
And then disconnect this little antenna wire as well. Just lift up on it and it will unclick. Then you can pull it out of the little bracket that it’s also tapped into right there. And then the loud speaker should just lift up and out of the phone. This is the loud speaker. Check the article description if you need to buy a replacement one, especially if yourold one got wet or just stops working or sounds, you know, broken or muffled or cracked. These are the connection ports on the charging port.
So if your speaker still doesn’t work after you put it back in, you might need to replacethe charging port ribbon cable. Also pretty inexpensive, but it’s a different repair so check the front of the video forthat repair. Screw those 4 screws in. Clip the wire cable back into the little bracket. And it took me a couple tries to get this pinned back on just because it’s so small. You hear a satisfying little click as it goes back in and you’ll know that it’s in. Just make sure not to put too much pressure or you’ll bend it.
Clip the charging port cable back in and then the battery connection as well. Little metal bracket; make sure you get those two screws in. These little guys right there. And then just fold the screen back down and you’re going to want to take the top ofthe screen and kind of snug it up into place so that it’s flush with the edge of thephone. Otherwise the rest of the screen is not going to click back down as you go along the edgeslike this. Anyway, pretty simple repair. Get those bottom two screws back into the phone and you are set.