Manufacturers are changing their approach. While once the emphasis was on the easiest possible repair of virtually any electronics, nowadays it is definitely not so. Spare parts directly from the manufacturers are essentially unavailable, and repair manuals as well. Brands are even able to go so far as to sue those who try to distribute official service manuals for free.
Repairing small electronics such as smartphones or tablets are really requiring certain hands and good eyesight. But even all of that may not be enough if you do not know exactly how to handle tools and accessories. Adhesives are certainly one of such accessories. In this article, we will try to provide you with at least basic practical tips and information that are good to know before you start repairing your device.
When it comes to replacing the display on the iPhone, the situation can be very easily complicated. There are known cases where the manufacturer has deactivated the device via a software update, simply because an OEM display has been installed on the device.
With the advent of the iPhone X, a new way of authenticating and unlocking devices with the Apple logo has also seen the light of day - Face ID. This feature made it possible to unlock the device with a face and replaced the previously used Touch ID, which worked on the principle of scanning fingerprints.