We launched a new package sticker for iPhone 4s, 5, 5c, 5s, 6, 6 plus batteries to reduce the risks during customs clearance. This new battery label looks very similar to the original battery in appearance with sensitive information removed which reads on the front:
Compatible with : iPhone 6
Read instructions before installing and using this battery.
Li-ion Polymer Battery 3.8V 1810mAh 6.91Whr
Do not puncture, crush, disassemble, or short circuit this battery. Do not expose this battery to water or fire.
iPhone is the trademark of Apple Inc., registered in U.S. and other countries. This product has not been licensed or endorsed by the manufacturer of Apple products. All other company names and product names and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Continue reading →
When you refurbish screen of iphone 5 series, sometimes a few fuzzy vertical or grid lines appearing on the LCD screen, which usually is thought to be caused by static electricity. In some special cases, static electricity may even cause following problems: gray screen when tearing protective film, unresponsive screen, unstable touch functionality etc. Generally, only iPhone 5 series LCD Assembly has the static electricity problem, while iPhone 6 series LCDs are free from this trouble due to their improved material and technology so it won’t happen during you refurbish screen.
Four Reasons for screen static electricity
1. Silver Conductive Paste Continue reading →
There are many manufactures for Chinese copy iphone LCD. As we know, the Manufacturers are JDF(BOE), TM(Tianma), SC(Century), LT(VO) and AUO in Taiwan.
There are several display panel manufacturers in mainland China of which JDF(BOE) and TM(Tianma) stand out noticeably. JDF has gradually transformed its 6th production line into small-to-medium-size displays since 2014 and now JDF proceeds this plan and concentrates production capacity in this field in an all-around way.
As a matter of fact, TM(Tianma) has already transformed its display size and capacity altogether in late 2013 in prior of JDF(BOE), focusing on small-to-medium-size displays.
In addition to this, though SC which was vigorously supported by Foxconn had been performing mass production for LTPS, TFT, LCD displays at the beginning of 2012, did not make a great progress for the reason that SC failed to neither win over the Apple iPhone orders nor get authorization in CG Si and IGZO technology of Sharp. Continue reading →
While we all like to think that we can control manufacturers with our wallets—which is true, if on a scale—most of the time makers follow their own agenda. That isn’t to say that they shouldn’t—after all, history is ripe with examples of bold, and ultimately successful moves that defy public consensus at the time. Of course, its pages are also filled with case studies of companies forgetting the importance of customer feedback. Continue reading →
It is wired for some people who are doing LCD refurbishing that you can not get a rather good result even you set all the things right. Moreover, some customers don’t know how to use the LCD refurbishing machine to maximize the profits and minimize the damage. Why do you always have troubles with LCD refurbishing? We have tips and tricks for you.
A: For iPhone 6/6+/6s/6s+, Cut the 4 corners with 60W pre-heated POL Film Removing Gun. For iPhone 5/5c/5s, directly disassemble the bezel after heated. Because iPhone 6 series bezel is firmer than the iPhone 5s series.
B: Cover the screen with tape.
C: Disassemble the bezel after heated. Continue reading →
Every one knows that all smart phones with an outer screen glass are destined to be damaged if encountering a serious accident. But do not panic if your phone screen shatters unfortunately, please notice that only outer glass lens cracked but lcd and touch screen function well, you can completely replace another good spare glass lens for your phone by your own. Whoever you are, maybe a DIY enthusiast, mobile phone parts distributor or a cell phone repair shop owner, just follow our testing guidance and you will make it yourself and be a skilled glass lens expert.
So What does A Good Glass Lens Mean? What follows are the testing steps we deals with a qualified glass lens. Continue reading →
When do we need to replace a new battery?
The likelihood of your cell phone’s performance will not stay at one hundred percent forever. Your cell phone is likely to give a little more trouble, slow down or lose charge quickly as time goes by. The problems you may be experiencing with your phone may be caused by various things, including the need for a new battery for your phone.
There are various signs that can tell you if your phone needs to get a new battery. You can tell that your battery needs changing if… Continue reading →
If you’ve ever dropped you phone, or for that matter any electronic, then you know that the moment after the drop is horrendous. You’ve heard the crash, possibly even the shatter of glass, and now you have to brace yourself to pick it up and survey the damage done. But it doesn’t necessarily have to be this way. There are ways to protect your phone and help to prevent or at least minimize damage to your phone. Want to take a look at some of them? Yeah, so do we.
Use a case
You may not like it, but using a case on your phone is the simplest way to protect it. Varying the amount of protection that you want is easy as pie with the abundance of cases available. You could go whole hog and get something that’s waterproofed and will protect your phone from a two-story drop. You could just as easily get a case that simply covers the back of your phone. Whatever you want in a case, you can get. Continue reading →
It happens. You’re surfing the web, maybe checking out your networks that are social, and bam – it’s stuck. The iPhone screen is no longer responding and you’re stuck staring at gif shared on Twitter that is now stuck on a frame that somehow makes it lose it’s hilarity. You swipe left, right, then up, down – nothing. You begin pushing the home button to no avail and finally start pushing the power button in an effort to reset the now useless iPhone and try and pretend nothing ever happened. But what if that even fails, what do you do then?
The answer is what we call a “soft reset”. There are two different kinds of resets in the mobile world: soft and hard. A hard reset is what you do when you need to not only restart the phone without being able to use the screen, but – because of its severely screwed up demeanor – you have to wipe everything off of it for it to work properly again. Here’s a video example of a that on a Nokia, if you’re interested. Continue reading →
You may have noticed that over time your iPhone or iPad’s Home button becomes less responsive. If you press the button it either results in a delay, lag or sometimes is completely unresponsive, forcing you to click multiple times.
Here’s an old trick to recalibrate your iPhone or iPad’s Home button if you’re finding it little unresponsive or laggy. You don’t need to take it apart for it. Continue reading →