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Released November 4, 2017. Model A1865, A1901. Available as GSM or CDMA / 64 or 256 GB / Silver or Space Gray. (Pronounced the same as "iPhone 10.")

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iPhone X rear glass replacment

Hi guys,

I want to know If anyone has replaced iPhone X rear cover glass, I know its replaceable but I'd like to get some more details on this repair, will it look so obvious to tell it has been replaced after replacement?

I've watched the repair on an iPhone 8, is it similar? and what to avoid?

Are there any recommend suppliers to buy a glass cover from?

Which method is better and safer, taking the board out and prying the rear cover?

Any recommendation would be appreciated.

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I replaced mine and honestly, the hardest part was finding a quality replacement part and that says a lot considering how hard it is to get the original back off.

The issue with removing the back glass is that Apple uses some sort of top shelf glue that requires either freezing cold temperatures or high heat to break the bond.

Theres a couple videos on youtube showing the use of a heat gun or dry ice to break the bond but that only gets it to the point of possible.

Without heat, you’d be scraping little chips off of the back for hours and hours. Total time to remove the back glass for me was around 30-45 minutes with heat.

Also, be aware that the camera cover is welded onto the frame and must come off in order to get the back glass on then the cover must be glued back down.

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The feasible and good way to get it done is to replace the housing which comes with the back glass. Expensive to get good ones but this is the way to go.

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Don't try this, it's beyond insane.

The glass is fused onto the frame with strong adhesive, it is very easy to ruin the frame and even after best attempt, it still looks pretty obvious.

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Thanks for your reply, I wanted to try it as I found on sale which has broken rear glass cover and thought I do try it but anyways thanks

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Took me over 6 hours to get rid of the broken glass!

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I agree! Chipping way the glass with nothing but a heat gun is insane! More likely to damage the frame either from heat or bending it in the process of prying the chips out.

For someone doing just one phone or even a few a month its just cheaper replacing the the case back.

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I would highly recommend you do a full housing replacement. The glue that holds the glass on is extremely difficult to remove. You'll be chipping away at the glass for hours and probably ruin the frame.

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I watched a video of Rewa company on YouTube and they came up with a amazing method, thanks man for your reply

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I just checked with my sales rep from Rewa about the cost of the chemical they use. Their MOQ is 200ml which costs $148.88. Shipping to the US is $107. I can get the full housing for much less.

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It is hard to replace and may cost you much money. Maybe you can buy a back housing case to protect your phone.

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Another alternative is that some Chinese and no doubt US suppliers (at a much higher price) are offering a new case that is preassembled and is fitted with almost all of the required flex cables (the one I got didn’t have a bluetooth cable so I used the old one), Taptic Engine, speaker, Lightning Port and all the switches.

You need to transfer the logic board from your old phone obviously and both front and rear facing cameras camera’s. The one I got from China cost me about $67 and it works fine.

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Can you share a link to where you got the part from?

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Can you please share the link please

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Here you go kids, sorry for the delay in responding. https://www.sunsky-online.com/view/93108...

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Can you say something about the quality and durability of your case ? I am considering buying one... Thanks :)

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The quality of the case and spare parts is pretty good and so far nothing has failed since the phone was re-assembled. For $67 its definitely worth a shot. If you buy one please report back here about your experience.

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It is possible to remove the glass from the rear of an iPhone X. I have done hundreds of them. The adhesive he talks about doesn't break down using the kind of amateur heat tools that most repair businesses might have.

The adhesive does break down at a much higher temperature which can be a problem to the internals of the phone. To remove the glass you have to apply very high temperatures for limited periods of time, just enough to release the adhesive but not enough to dissipate through the phones frame, this is why you see the emergence of laser machines that can apply that blast of heat directly to the adhesive layer.

It can also be achieved by a hot air gun, a small very directional hot air station can work too with some experience.

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Hey guys!

No need to get rude for anyone!

Everyone can deicide for him-/herself what is possible or not.

Video for this maintenance is found here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4ofYJ5y...

Possible, but tough procedure though.

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Just because it can be done doesn't mean its a smart repair! Someone who has time on their hands might give it a try but it does take skill as being rough will damage the frame and you still need to find the special glass panels as the lens cover sits on top of the original glass.

If you are replacing tons of backs I would get a laser to burn the adhesive as being a better solution iPhone Back Glass Separating with Laser Machine

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Right, buying a laser machine or cryo stuff only makes sense when you are doing probably hundreds of them. This is obviously not a DIY repair, so if you need to ask how to do it, chances are you are just an average users and spending more than the cost of a few iPhones to buy equipment just to repair one device is insane.

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From a repair shop perspective, don’t attempt this repair if you’re a DIYer. I’m all for people attempting their own repairs but there are two methods to repairing the back glass. Either source an OEM frame with small parts and a battery from a donor device and transfer the board, screen, and face ID components or buy a $3,000 laser machine.

This is one of those repairs you should leave to a reputable repair shop as it is very difficult and you can mess up your device quite easily.

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have anyone tried this:

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/40005776...

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Maybe a stupid question, but is there any technical reason why Apple couldn’t have used the typical heat release glue that can be freed at reasonable temperatures instead of this (essentially) permanent cement?

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Apple has absolutely no argument for separating it, and allowing it to be separable will compromise device reliability, separable adhesive fails easier.

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