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 iPhone 3G Repair Guide

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Bài gửiTiêu đề: iPhone 3G Repair Guide   Tue Jan 12, 2010 4:06 pm

Welcome
to the RapidRepair iPhone 3G take-apart and iPhone repair guide. Here
we show (in nearly sickening detail) the internals of the new iPhone 3G
and how to safely reach them in 20 easy steps. Be sure to check our iPhone parts pages for replacement iPhone screens, batteries and more.


Attention 1st Gen iPhone owners!
Rapid Repair is subsidizing the newest toy in your chest with our
iPhone buy-back program! We are paying up to $200 for your old, fully
functional, iPhone! Apply the money towards the upgraded iPhone 3G: or
maybe just the gas fund Sad
iPhone Buy-Back Program



Prepare

Tools required:

Small Phillips Screw Driver

Small Flathead or exacto razor

Safe Open Tool

Repair Toolkit available HERE



Gather all neccesary tools and place your iPhone 3G on a clean flat surface, use a soft cloth or towel to place under it.


Enjoy

Take a look at the iPhone 3G in all its shiny glory!

Step 1
Begin by removing the sim tray, using the included sim card removal tool (or a paperclip if you've lost the tool.)



Step 2
Holding
your device on end you will notice two small screws on either side of
the dock. These screws must be removed in order to open the case.




Step 3
Insert
a small thin tool between the chrome ring and front panel glass
directly above one of the screw holes. You will need to exert a small
amount of pressure to seperate the display from the back panel.

Step 4
Lift the panel up from the dock end being careful not to tear or break any ribbons connected near the other end.

Step 5
Unplug
ribbons 1 and 2 by lifting them from the main board. Under ribbon 2 you
will need to find and unclip ribbon 3, then carefully remove the
display assembly.

Step 6
Remove the seven screws circled in red. Note: One screw is located under the DO NOT REMOVE sticker Smile

Step 7
Unplug ribbon 4.

Step 8
Llift
the mother board out taking note of the camera which is still connected
to the underside of the board. You will need to unplug the ribbon
circled in red.

Step 9
Place the mother board to the side.

Step 10
Use the attached tab to pull up on the battery, there is a mild adhesive on the back side, so it will take a bit of force.

Step 11
Remove the screw circled in red.

Step 12
Carefully remove the camera.

Step 13
Remove the nine screws circled in red.

Step 14
Remove the headphone jack and attached flex cable.

Step 15
Remove the speaker assembly which also contains the dock connector, antennae and home button as well.

Step 16
Remove the 2 screws circled in red.

Step 17
Place the vibrator assembly to the side.

Step 18 - Back to the Front Half
Remove the 2 screws circled in red. You will find 3 screws on the opposite side which must be removed as well.

Step 19
Lift the LCD free from the front panel glass.

Step 20 - Finished
Pictured is every component inside the iPhone 3G.




Under the Hood - Apple iPhone 3G exposed!

Top Main Board
Pictured is every component inside the iPhone 3G labeled and noted precisely. Thanks to Semiconductor Insights


Bottom Main Board
Pictured are chips responsible for B
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Bài gửiTiêu đề: Re: iPhone 3G Repair Guide   Tue Jan 12, 2010 4:51 pm

Welcome
to the RapidRepair iPhone 3G S take-apart repair guide. Here we show
(in nearly sickening detail) the internals of the new iPhone 3G S and
how to safely reach them in a few easy steps. Be sure to check our repair parts page for easy to use toolkits, screen repair, batteries and more for your iPhone 3G S (SPEED).




RapidRepair
was lucky enough to be one of the 1st companies in the world to obtain
the new iPhone 3G S. Turns out that Orange Boutique in Paris, France
did a midnight release (6PM EST) so we were able to obtain this new
piece of technology before ANYONE else in the world!!!


The
good people at BricoMac were kind enough to let us do the tear-down in
their store. Special thanks to David & Julien for making this
happen on such short notice. Visit BricoMac: Mac computer & iPod Repair in France for all your Mac/iPod repair needs. Be sure to check BricoMac next week for a French version of this guide.


RapidRepair
has put together a helpful chart to compare the older iPhones along
with the newly released Palm Pre. The new Samsung SoC S5PC100 is
cutting edge technology, take a quick look at the comparison chart.




Pictures of the Orange Boutique in Paris, France (June 18th 2009, approx 6:37PM EST) CEO Aaron Vronko picks up the iPhone 3G S.






Prepare

Tools required: Small Phillips Screw Driver, Small Flathead, heat gun, exacto razor & Safe Open Tool

Repair Toolkit available HERE


Gather all neccesary tools and place your iPhone 3G S on a clean, flat surface. Use a soft cloth or towel to place under it.

Take a look at the back of the iPhone 3G S. It's pretty much the same as the 3G version.

Contents

Very
similar to the "regular" iPhone 3G, the 3G S comes with: earbuds, USB
charger, USB Cable, Manual, SIM Opener, and of course the actual iPhone
3G S (16GB Black for this guide).




Step 1

Just like before, we need to remove the bottom 2 screws by the dock port. Simply use your small phillips driver to remove them.

To
get the iPhone 3G S LCD Screen lifted, you will need a small suction
cup or to poke a paperclip through the screwless holes in a hooked
motion.

A
suction cup is key. Don't get too far ahead of yourself. Be very
careful when lifting the LCD module. There are several cables attached
inside, and if you lift to quickly, you will tear one.


Step 2

Lifting up very carefully, you will be able to remove the 3 ribbon cables highlighted in red.

You can also remove the far left cable at this point. Orange stickers will help you find the cables inside.

#1 LCD Screen
#2 Digitizer
#3 Ear Speaker
#5 Headphone Jack
#6 Wireless

Note: #3 is hidden under clips #1 & #2.

This
step is fairly straightforward, just pop the cable up with a safe-open
case tool or a flathead screwdriver. The LCD screen/Digitizer module
should lift right out.

It's
worth noting that we've already identified parts that differ from the
iPhone 3G. The LCD screen looks to have a different driver package, and
components on the end of the cable have been changed. No word yet if
the iPhone 3G LCD is compatible with the new iPhone 3G S and vice
versa.



Step 2 Cont.

View of the front half separated from the back panel.

Still very similar to the original iPhone 3G.

To
free the LCD module from the digitizer frame, there are some side
screws (6) that must be removed. See sub pic for screw locations.

Don't force the LCD out, make sure all the screws have been removed or you will crack the screen.


Step 3

We
can focus on the system board removal now. 1st remove the screw
securing the camera module, then pivot the module out of it's cradle as
if the left side was a hinge. While this hangs loose, proceed with
removal of the screws.

To
remove the system board, carefully unplug molex connectors #4, #5, #6,
& #7 if you have not done so already. There should be (6) screws
evenly spaced around it's perimeter.

WARRANTY ALERT: You also have to remove the longer screw (screw #7) hiding beneath the warranty sticker. No turning back now!

Once
fully detached, gently pry up the bottom of the board first. Once the
board clears, pull the whole thing out and up (towards your chest).
Remove the camera molex and it's clear. Battery removal is simple. it's
held down with mild adhesive. Take a safe-open case tool and pry it
out. The battery is solderless and easily replaceable.

APN: 616-0434
VPN: APPLE-08-003-01(GG)
Li-ion Polymer Battery: 3.7V 4.51Whr

Looks very similar to the original iPhone 3G battery. We will check compatibility ASAP.


Step 4

Removal
of the headphone jack is easy. Make sure all the screws have been
removed and with a little bit of pressure, you can now remove the
headphone jack and button assemblies.

Dockport can be slipped out with ease, just make sure all of the screws
have been removed so you don't have to force it out.

Some
other smaller parts can be removed from the backing now. the vibrator
module, GPS antenna, and SIM spring can all be taken out. Most are held
in place with mild adhesive.



Step 5

To
remove the iPhone 3G S digitizer, you will need a heat gun. This is a
very tough step, please use caution. You will probably remove the
digitizer only if it's broken, so please go slow and dont cut your
fingers on broken glass.

Go
one step farther and you can remove the ear piece speaker and home
button. Careful though, you will have to buy a new digitizer bezel if
you remove the home button. The home button is held on with plastic
pegs which cannot be replaced.



Step 6, Completed!

View
the glorious iPhone 3G S in all it's glory! Stripped down to the bone,
we can now reverse these steps to get the phone re-assembled.



System Board: Up Close

System board chips and part numbers can be seen below. Please view the comparison guide for more details. this phone is capable of 833MHz and 720p video. This may be a gateway HD media product in the near future.

iPhone 3G S system board is shown on the left, right board is iPhone 3G.

CPU - Samsung
339S0073ARM
K2132C2P0-50-F
0N1480911
APL0298
N1TVY0Q 0919

NAND Flash Memory - Toshiba TH58NVG702ELA89
IA8816
TAIWAN
09209AE

System Memory - 337S3754
CMA
G0919
5Y9307885E4

Infineon - 36MY1EE
A9177314
Z171033B




Contact RapidRepair for an expert analysis of the new iphone 3g S performance and capabilities. The new Samsung SoC S5PC100 is cutting edge technology, take a quick look at the comparison chart.



iPhone 3G S Palm Pre
CPU Samsung S5PC100 Texas Instruments OMAP 3430

ARM Cortex A8 600 MHz, PowerVR SGX graphics ARM Cortex A8 600MHZ, PowerVR SGX 530 (GPU), 430MHz C64x, DSP and ISP (Image Signal Processor)
Baseband Processor Updating soon Qualcomm MSM6801A
Storage Internal 16/32 GB Internal 8 GB
Memory 256 MB RAM 256MB DDR2
LCD 3.5-inch 480-by-320-pixel at 163 ppi Multi-Touch display 3.1-inch 480-by-320-pixel Multi-Touch display
Connectivity UMTS/HSDPA (850, 1900, 2100 MHz) UMTS/HSDPA (1900, 2100 MHz)

GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz) GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)
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