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Hai una batteria esausta o gonfia nel tuo Apple Watch?

Usa questa guida per cambiarla.

Nota: Se la tua batteria è gonfia, prendi le dovute precauzioni.

  1. Prima di cominciare la riparazione, togli l'orologio dal caricabatterie e spegnilo completamente. Se il tuo touchscreen è rotto e non ti permette di spegnere l'orologio, usa questo metodo alternativo.
    • Prima di cominciare la riparazione, togli l'orologio dal caricabatterie e spegnilo completamente.

    • Se il tuo touchscreen è rotto e non ti permette di spegnere l'orologio, usa questo metodo alternativo.

  2. Prepara l'iOpener (o prendi un asciuga capelli o una pistola termica) e riscalda la parte frontale dell'orologio finché non sarà lievemente troppo calda per essere toccata.
    • Prepara l'iOpener (o prendi un asciuga capelli o una pistola termica) e riscalda la parte frontale dell'orologio finché non sarà lievemente troppo calda per essere toccata.

    • Lascia l'iOpener sull'orologio per circa un minuto così da ammorbidire la colla che fissa lo schermo al case.

    • Potresti dover riscaldare nuovamente l'iOpener o doverlo muovere sulle parti dello schermo che si sono raffreddate per poter staccare lo schermo più facilmente.

    Save yourself some time—use a hair dryer. After multiple efforts with the iOpener, I could not get the screen to pop enough to pry it up. That’s when I grabbed a hair dryer and had it off within minutes.

    Patrick - Replica

    • Siccome lo spazio tra lo schermo e il corpo è molto sottile, serve una lama affilata per separarle. Leggi attentamente i seguenti avvertimenti prima di procedere.

    • Proteggi le dita tenendole sempre lontane dalla lama. Se non ti senti sicuro, proteggi l'altra mano con un guanto spesso, come un guanto per giardinieri o in cuoio robusto.

    • Stai attento a non applicare troppa pressione, perché la lama potrebbe scivolare e tagliarti o rovinare l'orologio.

    • Indossa una protezione per gli occhi. La lama o il vetro potrebbero rompersi, facendo volare pezzi.

    In my instance, the problem started with the face/screen popping off because the battery swelled. So I didn’t need to heat the face and pry it off. I did heat it a bit in order to warm the residue adhesive on the edge of the face and the case frame and found it easier to scrap it off gently with the craft blade that came with the $39.21 battery replacement kit. If this is your issue, you can skip the prying up steps.

    jeb605 - Replica

    Same situation as jeb605 - my watch battery swelled and popped the screen off. Fortunately the force touch sensor did not debond from the watch. Thinking about just cleaning the back side of the screen and applying new adhesive. I used an alternate kit that did not come with the force touch sensor.

    Tom Karches - Replica

  3. Usando una lama curva si riducono le probabilità di strisciare il case o rompere il vetro. Cerca di  aprire con la sezione curva della lama e non con la punta o la parte piatta. Posiziona la parte curva della lama nello spazio tra il vetro e il case nell'angolo inferiore dell'orologio, e premi verso il basso in maniera decisa nello spazio tra i due. Stai molto attento a mantenere il controllo sulla lama: una volta aperta una fessura: se stai premendo troppo forte sulla lama questa potrebbe scivolare all'interno e tagliare la batteria.
    • Usando una lama curva si riducono le probabilità di strisciare il case o rompere il vetro. Cerca di aprire con la sezione curva della lama e non con la punta o la parte piatta.

    • Posiziona la parte curva della lama nello spazio tra il vetro e il case nell'angolo inferiore dell'orologio, e premi verso il basso in maniera decisa nello spazio tra i due.

    • Stai molto attento a mantenere il controllo sulla lama: una volta aperta una fessura: se stai premendo troppo forte sulla lama questa potrebbe scivolare all'interno e tagliare la batteria.

    • La lama dovrebbe fare da cuneo e sollevare il vetro facendolo alzare leggermente dal case.

    • Quando il vetro si è sollevato, ruota delicatamente il coltello verso il basso per aprire ancora di più la fessura spingendo il vetro verso l'alto.

    It is not possible to separate the screen from the casing? I have heated this thing numerous times and the opening is way too small to get any type of blade, knife or other tool in between. Any suggestions???

    Paul - Replica

    Using a curved blade like the guide recommends, angle the blade straight down between the glass and the edge of the frame, mid-way along the bottom edge of the case. The metal of the case will flex *just a little bit*, allowing you to slowly rotate the blade so the cutting edge is now pointing towards the center of the watch instead of down towards your work surface. You may need to rock the blade back and forth, sort of massaging the curve into the seam between the glass and the metal before it works. And like they mention above, lots of heat. I used the heatpack they sell, put it in my toaster oven on 200. I started at 130, and went up in 20 degree increments until it worked.

    Pete -

    I've tried everything, heating it up until it's too hot to touch, pressing the knife in the gap straight down, at an angle, nothing seems to work. I've tried using all my arm strength and it still doesn't even enter the gap. Is the iFixit Jimmy not thin enough for the job?

    Kenneth - Replica

    It’s not. The Jimmy’s a great pry tool, but not a cutting blade and not sharp enough for this particular job. You want a curved razor like the guide suggests.

    Jeff Suovanen -

    Just to emphasise after quite a struggle - the blade absolutely matters!! I tried about 5 and almost gave up before the last one lifted the glass quite easily. Obviously, you want a thin blade! No, thinner than that!

    Mark Moore - Replica

    Plenty of heat helps this part. Also PLEASE PLEASE wear a glove. Nearly lost a finger thinking I was careful enough…

    jake - Replica

    Apple Watch Ceramic Series 3… Unable to crack open even with curved razor. The tolerances are extremely tight. Does anyone have any tips? Being ceramic, there is no flex at all.

    kurt - Replica

    I got hung up on this step for over an hour. The key for me was to keep the watch straps on! I initially took them off thinking it would be easier to work with the watch, but I guess just the little pressure I placed on the glass while trying to hold the watch and use the blade was enough to keep it in place. At first I thought I didn’t use enough heat and ended up reheating the iOpener a few times and applying it to the watch over the course of an hour. I put the top strap on, put it back flat on the table and held the watch secure with just the strap. I gave it another go with the blade and the screen instantly popped off. Also, be careful with the force you use on the blade… it seems with adequate heat, you don’t need to use that much (I ended up cutting through the Force Touch sensor and punctured the battery).

    phchang - Replica

    I would never use a knife like this to remove the screen. It’s way to wide to get in between the glass and body, without potentially breaking the glass. I use the Ultra Thin iFlex Opening Tool, sold by IFIXIT. Seriously. You won’t wanna use a fat blade like that after you take the iFlex for a test drive.

    Donald Fournier - Replica

    I used the rounded blade provided by iFixIt themselves as part of the Series 1 battery replacement kit and even that was wide enough that it scratched my case while trying to pry the screen up. Also I had to heat the iOpener like 3 or 4 times consecutively at 30s each and leave it on the screen for 5+ minutes before the screen would even budge. Heating for 30 sec and leaving on the screen for 1 minute was not even close to enough.

    Happily After Ever - Replica

  4. Quando sei riuscito ad aprire abbastanza la fessura, inserisci la punta di un plettro di apertura sotto il vetro. Fai scorrere il plettro lungo il bordo inferiore per separare l'adesivo che tiene incollato lo schermo al case. Stai attento a non inserire troppo in profondità il plettro di apertura. Bastano circa 3 mm, andando oltre potresti danneggiare dei cavi.
    • Quando sei riuscito ad aprire abbastanza la fessura, inserisci la punta di un plettro di apertura sotto il vetro.

    • Fai scorrere il plettro lungo il bordo inferiore per separare l'adesivo che tiene incollato lo schermo al case.

    • Stai attento a non inserire troppo in profondità il plettro di apertura. Bastano circa 3 mm, andando oltre potresti danneggiare dei cavi.

  5. Ruota il plettro dal lato del pulsante dell'orologio, facendo una lieve pressione per separare l'adesivo. Ricordati di non inserire troppo il plettro: è più facile girare il plettro fino a inserire il lato lungo invece di trascinare la punta lungo il lato. Ricordati di non inserire troppo il plettro: è più facile girare il plettro fino a inserire il lato lungo invece di trascinare la punta lungo il lato.
    • Ruota il plettro dal lato del pulsante dell'orologio, facendo una lieve pressione per separare l'adesivo.

    • Ricordati di non inserire troppo il plettro: è più facile girare il plettro fino a inserire il lato lungo invece di trascinare la punta lungo il lato.

  6. Lavora con il plettro attorno all'angolo in alto a destra, poi ruotalo fino ad allinearlo al bordo superiore dello schermo. Lavora con il plettro attorno all'angolo in alto a destra, poi ruotalo fino ad allinearlo al bordo superiore dello schermo. Lavora con il plettro attorno all'angolo in alto a destra, poi ruotalo fino ad allinearlo al bordo superiore dello schermo.
    • Lavora con il plettro attorno all'angolo in alto a destra, poi ruotalo fino ad allinearlo al bordo superiore dello schermo.

  7. Continua a lavorare con il plettro lungo lo schermo, facendolo arrivare al bordo sinistro per rimuovere l'ultima parte di adesivo. Lascia il plettro inserito per evitare che lo schermo si riattacchi. Lascia il plettro inserito per evitare che lo schermo si riattacchi.
    • Continua a lavorare con il plettro lungo lo schermo, facendolo arrivare al bordo sinistro per rimuovere l'ultima parte di adesivo.

    • Lascia il plettro inserito per evitare che lo schermo si riattacchi.

  8. Lasciando il primo plettro inserito, usane un secondo per controllare che tutto l'adesivo sia separato girando lungo tutti i bordi dello schermo. Lasciando il primo plettro inserito, usane un secondo per controllare che tutto l'adesivo sia separato girando lungo tutti i bordi dello schermo. Lasciando il primo plettro inserito, usane un secondo per controllare che tutto l'adesivo sia separato girando lungo tutti i bordi dello schermo.
    • Lasciando il primo plettro inserito, usane un secondo per controllare che tutto l'adesivo sia separato girando lungo tutti i bordi dello schermo.

  9. Ci sono due cavi che collegano lo schermo all'interno dell'orologio, vicino al bordo sinistro in alto. Fai attenzione quando lo apri o potresti rovinare questi cavi. Solleva leggermente il bordo destro dello schermo per liberarlo completamente dall'adesivo rimanente. Solleva anche il bordo sinistro per liberarlo - ma non cercare di rimuovere lo schermo in quanto da quel lato sono ancora collegati i due cavi.
    • Ci sono due cavi che collegano lo schermo all'interno dell'orologio, vicino al bordo sinistro in alto. Fai attenzione quando lo apri o potresti rovinare questi cavi.

    • Solleva leggermente il bordo destro dello schermo per liberarlo completamente dall'adesivo rimanente.

    • Solleva anche il bordo sinistro per liberarlo - ma non cercare di rimuovere lo schermo in quanto da quel lato sono ancora collegati i due cavi.

  10. Se riuscite a vedere lo strato superiore del sensore Force Touch attraverso l'adesivo del display, significa che i due strati del sensore sono separati e avrai bisogno di  sostituirlo o ripararlo. I kit iFixit per la sostituzione di schermo e batteria comprendono un sensore Force Touch. Se ne avete già uno, non irritatevi. Lo strato superiore del sensore potrebbe essere attaccato alla parte inferiore dello schermo - se questo è il tuo caso, premilo verso il basso nuovamente per separarlo.
    • Se riuscite a vedere lo strato superiore del sensore Force Touch attraverso l'adesivo del display, significa che i due strati del sensore sono separati e avrai bisogno di sostituirlo o ripararlo.

    • I kit iFixit per la sostituzione di schermo e batteria comprendono un sensore Force Touch. Se ne avete già uno, non irritatevi.

    • Lo strato superiore del sensore potrebbe essere attaccato alla parte inferiore dello schermo - se questo è il tuo caso, premilo verso il basso nuovamente per separarlo.

    Hi, thanks for the guide, nice work. I miss a picture of the natural opening of the screen, as the mentioned “Force Touch sensor slides” gets connected from the screen to the main body of the watch by a pair of very thin wires. None of these wires are seen in any of the pictures among this guide, which may lead novices to not pay enough attention to them, broke them accidentally, or not knowing what are them for. Picture on step 13 is absolutely impossible without removing the slides / thin wires of the force touch sensor in advance.

    Cheers

    Javier Enrique Díaz - Replica

  11. Solleva lo schermo e spostalo verso destra facendo attenzione al cavo dati del display e al cavo del digitizer. Solleva lo schermo e spostalo verso destra facendo attenzione al cavo dati del display e al cavo del digitizer. Solleva lo schermo e spostalo verso destra facendo attenzione al cavo dati del display e al cavo del digitizer.
    • Solleva lo schermo e spostalo verso destra facendo attenzione al cavo dati del display e al cavo del digitizer.

    I have 2 other small cables which are missing in your photos. Can you also explain what to do with them? https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_6ngMn9...

    Pavel Guzenko - Replica

    Looks like you forced touch sensor is still attached to the screen and not the body. I’ve got the same issues. I’m going to try to use the plastic tool and heat to gently remove it from the screen and return it down to the body. You can see it in their fix of it… Sostituzione sensore Force Touch Apple Watch . Hope this helps.

    Andrew Marjamaa - Replica

    Be VERY careful when moving the display and attached 2 cables. While they are reasonably protected it is easy to over stress these cables, resulting in tearing of the mini ribbon cable attached at the base. Move the screen the absolute minimum required to get to the battery.

    Joe Smith - Replica

  12. Disponi il dispositivo su una superficie elevata, alta almeno 1 cm: una piccola scatola o il bordo di un libro andranno benissimo. Questo permetterà allo schermo di rimanere appeso verticalmente e dare migliore accesso alla batteria.
    • Disponi il dispositivo su una superficie elevata, alta almeno 1 cm: una piccola scatola o il bordo di un libro andranno benissimo. Questo permetterà allo schermo di rimanere appeso verticalmente e dare migliore accesso alla batteria.

    • Fai attenzione a non far sbattere lo schermo o forzare i cavi mentre lavori.

    Your iFixit shipping box is a great size for this

    Joe Smith - Replica

    I would taped the watch to the elevated surface and rotated the surface around as I needed to

    Andy Campbell - Replica

    I could not get the face to swing out of the way as shown for fear of tearing the tab connectors. I let it “hang” as much as it would and had to work with it partly in the way through the entire process

    jeb605 - Replica

  13. Usa le forbici per tagliare uno dei tuoi plettri di apertura all'incirca della stessa larghezza della batteria. Cerca di non lasciare spigoli affilati. Inserisci il plettro modificato tra il lato destro della cassa e la batteria. Usa una pressione costante e uniforme per rimuovere lentamente la batteria, staccandola dall'adesivo che la tiene incollata alla scheda madre.
    • Usa le forbici per tagliare uno dei tuoi plettri di apertura all'incirca della stessa larghezza della batteria. Cerca di non lasciare spigoli affilati.

    • Inserisci il plettro modificato tra il lato destro della cassa e la batteria.

    • Usa una pressione costante e uniforme per rimuovere lentamente la batteria, staccandola dall'adesivo che la tiene incollata alla scheda madre.

    • Stai attento a non deformare o bucare la batteria.

    • Nel modello più grande (42 mm), è possibile estrarre accidentalmente la scheda madre sottostante. Inserisci lo strumento solo alla profondità necessaria raggiungere la parte bassa della batteria e non la scheda madre.

    • Se serve, applica una piccola quantità di alcool isopropilico concentrato (90% o più) attorno e sotto la batteria, in modo tale da indebolire l'adesivo.

    • Non tentare di rimuovere la batteria perché questa è ancora connessa.

    I tried removing the battery with the prying tool as instructed, but I think it may have slightly damaged the outer black plastic wrapping of the battery. Does this mean the battery is now damaged and needs to be replaced? Or is that just a cover around the battery and it doesn’t matter? I just don’t want any battery chemicals leaking out. Asking before I stick the screen back on the watch, I’ve done all the rest and it seems fine otherwise.

    Danae - Replica

    Hi Danae, the black plastic is technically just protective, but I would highly recommend replacing the battery. It’s possible there is additional unseen damage, and that plastic helps protect against swelling and normal wear of the battery inside the device.

    Sam Goldheart -

    I had to use the pry tool instead of the pick as the pick was not moving it. Was careful not to damage the battery but found it much easier to get movement and know exactly where I was prying with the pry tool.

    Joey Totherow - Replica

  14. Ruota la batteria in senso antiorario per esporre il suo connettore. Ruota la batteria in senso antiorario per esporre il suo connettore.
    • Ruota la batteria in senso antiorario per esporre il suo connettore.

  15. Tieni la batteria sollevata e distanziata, per esporre il cavo e il connettore. Usando uno strumento di apertura in plastica, fai leva contro la base della cassa per separare il connettore della batteria dal cavo del dispositivo. Rimuovi la batteria dal dispositivo.
    • Tieni la batteria sollevata e distanziata, per esporre il cavo e il connettore.

    • Usando uno strumento di apertura in plastica, fai leva contro la base della cassa per separare il connettore della batteria dal cavo del dispositivo.

    • Rimuovi la batteria dal dispositivo.

    • Se la batteria è visibilmente ammaccata o deformata, è più sicuro sostituirla. Per la miglior riuscita della riparazione, sostituite la batteria presente ogni volta che viene rimossa.

    Why should you remove the battery if you only need to replace the screen?...?

    Douglas Richey - Replica

    Douglas - this iFixit is for Apple Watch Battery Replacement - looks like you need to remove the screen to replace the battery...

    jimvaughn6 - Replica

    You will find that it is a good precautionary measure to disconnect the battery anytime you are repairing or replacing a screen as a short can occur when reconnecting the screen rendering it useless even if you have the unit turned off.

    Bryan Solo - Replica

    Great repair guide! You iFixit guys are awesome. Took me about 2 hours but then I am very careful and I replaced the touch sensor at the same time since I had it open anyway. Make sure you have at least 2, and better 3 adhesive gaskets. You need 2 and, well, it’s easy to mess one up while trying to place it.

    rbolling - Replica

    Will removing the battery reset my icloud info? I have a guy who says he can do this, but i dont want him to run off with my watch after he replaces the battery…

    dreadmusicreview - Replica

    I did not disconnect the battery first. After replacing the screen, it didn’t work. I have to assume I created a short. The watch will still turn on and haptics are evident, but the display doesn’t work. Are there any further repairs to save my watch at this point?

    Scotty Beauchamp - Replica

    Yeah, sounds like you shorted part of the board. If it’s a Series 0 you’re working with, just go get a new one. Not worth fixing.

    Thomas Gehman -

    How do I insert the new battery???

    WebPoppy8 - Replica

    After replacing the battery I tried to turn it on and was presented with the red snake, I let it go for about an hour. When I checked it the red snake was gone, when I tried to turn it on it showed the Apple logo for about 4 seconds then went away. Is this normal, and if not what should I do?

    Donald Goodman - Replica

    I'm having a similar issue, did you manage to resolve it?

    Craig Lyon -

    Did you calibrate the battery? You need to fill it up completely and let it continue to charge for a few hours first.

    Grant Glass -

    Is it possible to place a battery in and charge/start the watch without the screen plugged in? I want to check integrity of the battery. I was thinking to put it on charge in a closed clear plastic container without the new screen on to see if the battery is good. I ‘really’ do not want to wait another 20 days for a battery replacement and the battery has no visual punctures, front looks good and the back where the adhesive is (or were, rather) is deflated and slightly ‘knobby’. I do not know if it is damage or just how it generally looks like or maybe it looks like so because of the old adhesive. It is not inflated or abnormally expanded. Anyone who knows about this? I used a hair dryer directly on the watch opened to loosen up the adhesive, is that a no-no?

    Philip Bromander - Replica

    The battery swelled up and popped off the screen, so went directly to Step 12. Luckily the adhesive below the Force Touch sensor was intact. Was able to complete the fix using the Adhesive Strip after replacing the battery. Works again! Thanks!

    Alex Danci - Replica

    The apple logo keeps flashing on my series 1 watch, tried force restart with crown and side button but it still just keeps on flashing the apple logo, does anyone have any advise? Is the issue with the battery? Do I need to get a new battery? I change the screen as the screen was broken and used the existing battery.

    shafeeqrahaman - Replica

    yes the issue was with battery, swapped with a new battery and booted up fine.

    shafeeqrahaman -

    Having the same issue.good to hear it’s the battery and not me.

    Grant Glass -

    my watch was completely unloaded and stays in power saver mode when I charge. When I load in power saver mode the red light turns green for a few moments then switch back to red and no longer charge. When I remove the battery and put it back on the charger the charge starts again for a while and then stops. Do I need to change the battery? (apple watch serie 4 nike)

    IXO bf - Replica

    Where should I dispose of my old I watch battery?

    oconnor84 - Replica

    I replaced the screen and battery on mine. Now, it will not charge. Everything works fine, except charging. Any ideas why this may be?

    Donald Fournier - Replica

    My series one has two other cables/strings in the bottom left corner. Why do none of the pictures address this?

    thatgreatdeal - Replica

    My watch hasn’t recalibrated with the new battery. Even a couple of weeks later I still get premature low battery - it can take hours for the final 10% to run out after the first 90% only took 9 hours. I left it off the charger for multiple days after installation and yet I could still quickly wake it up by pressing the crown to see the time reported with red numbers, so I don’t think it fully ran out.

    Is there a way to force calibration? A Google search didn’t yield anything useful in the first several pages of results.

    Chris B - Replica

    If you’re lucky (?) the swollen battery will pop the screen right off for you. Anyone know where to get a replacement battery for a Series 0 watch?

    rmann - Replica

    Watching various videos and instructions from others, I found that there’s no need to remove the screen if your goal is to only swap out the battery.

    It’s meant to make it easier to clean off the old glue and install some double-sided adhesive tape but it was far more simpler to loop the tape around the screen with a pair of tweezers than to try to wrangle with the metal bracket securing the display and digitiser cable connectors.

    T-7000 glue can presumably be used in lieu of double-sided adhesive tape but it’s definitely more messier.

    Anyway, I was initially quite annoyed about my battery expanding and popping the screen off but very quickly got over it when I realised it was a simple $20 DIY fix. Guess I got lucky this time..

    osienna - Replica

Conclusione

Continua dal passo 17 della guida per il sensore Force Touch per richiudere il tuo orologio e completare così la riparazione.

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I did a battery replacement in a 38mm Series 1 iwatch and the darn battery is not charging properly. It's been on the charger about 3 hours and I'm only at 14%. Any suggestions?

shableigh226 - Replica

I managed to replace a swollen battery ($33.25 on amazon) that popped the screen, but this is not for the faint of heart. Special emphasis needs to be placed on not twisting the digitizer connectors as they are quite fragile ($119.99 on ebay for a new digitizer). It's also easy to damage the force-touch sensor ($24.95 on iFixit). You also need adhesive gaskets ($12.98 for 5 on Amazon)

iFixit lists all the parts required but were out of stock on all but one of the items I needed at the time.

Battery:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01MV2...

Digitizer:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/262744629522?_tr...

Force Touch Sensor Gasket:

[prodotto collegato mancante o disabilitato: IF308-013-2]

Adhesive Strips:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N4J...

Charles Fulnecky - Replica

Appreciate the detailed steps, happy for the option but after reading the $79 to get Apple to replace vs the $33, plus tools for battery... taking it to Apple Store does not seem so bad.

fourydog - Replica

79 is just for battery …there Will be around 220$ service fees extra !!!

purnendra pratap singh -

Nope $79 complete. Just had it done at Apple store. Took about 30 minutes.

Albert -

I’ve been on a bootloop for a day now after replacing the battery for my Apple Watch series 1

any suggestions on how I can fix this?

9cRon Cordero - Replica

I’ve been stuck on a bootloop for a day now

9cRon Cordero - Replica

I was planning to only replace the seal - just glue it back down and call it good. The watch front looks flat when I put it back and the battery doesn’t seem to be pushing up on it. (!&&* I had been thinking about buying some super- glue or silicone glue and not ordering anything)

THOUGHTS? SUGGESTIONS? BEEN THERE DONE THAT?

Mark Bailey - Replica

glue does the job …

Mattis -

How long did it take to charge the new battery after replacement?

Micki Bartlett - Replica

I heated the glass until it was too hot to hold a finger on, but I still could not pry the glass loose with the curved razor knife blade. I also tried pulling the glass up with a suction cup and was able to exert quite a bit of force but not enough to release the glass.

Stephen Casner - Replica

I had a swollen battery that popped the display off. Apple store would not replace the battery for $79, so I got a replacement from iFixit. The paper “how to condition your battery” notice got stuck to the glue on the replacement battery, so I used a little bit of Scotch double-sided tape to stick the battery to the case interior. Wish I’d used glue, the display is raised a barely noticeable fraction of a millimeter. Connecting the new battery to the battery cable connector was very difficult. I ended up using a pair of needle-nose pliers to squeeze them (carefully and delicately!) together. Be sure to remove the existing adhesive gasket lining before adding the replacement: I had to use an exacto blade to peel up and cut off a bit of it, then tweezers to pull it off. Applying the replacement double-sided tape gasket is very tricky. If I were to do it again, I’d decouple the display cable first (and get a second pair of hands). Fortunately, I have an LED-lighted magnifier visor and lots of patience.

Sugar Fish - Replica

I did it, and made a video about it

You can watch it here: https://youtu.be/s8uyA3dQgXg

Bill Debevc - Replica

The battery change was not difficult, everything worked as described, all the tools and parts were there (even the battery adhesive was included, despite the description saying that it isn’t).

Except one thing: the description is missing what to do if the Force-Touch-sensor is NOT damaged.

What is the best way to put the screen back on without replacing the Force-Touch sensor?

Does it need glue? Or just re-heating and pressing it on is enough?

I tried the re-heating and so far ok, but I’d really like some guidance… will this hold? Or should I use glue… what kind of glue?

it worked - Replica

follow-up: Found the answer - it is not enough to just re-heat it, display falls of again. And in the process of cleaning the edges I finally managed to rip off one contact of the Force touch sensor. So maybe should have taken it out in the first place to do the cleaning. Was just trying to avoid disconnecting the other two connectors which looked scary but wasnt.

Ended up having to use the sensor that came with the kit… and then… big disappointment - the necessary screwdriver bit was missing from the kit. I think the screwdriver is supposed to come with three bits, one of them the tri-tip. But mine had only two bits in the handle… maybe better that way, cos looking at those other bits… not very impressive precision there. So ordered a separate Y000 screwdriver online and did the whole thing again. Now I think it finally works though…

Instructions almost great (missing my scenario), parts great, tools big miss. Probably worth 3.5 stars…

it worked - Replica

my watch was completely unloaded and stays in power saver mode when I charge. When I load in power saver mode the red light turns green for a few moments then switch back to red and no longer charge. When I remove the battery and put it back on the charger the charge starts again for a while and then stops. Do I need to change the battery? (apple watch serie 4 nike)

IXO bf - Replica

after following all the steps and getting the battery from ifixit my watch will not charge or turn on now. i will see the apple logo for a second then it goes dead. any ideas?

james transue - Replica

I had to manually charge the battery outside of the watch as it had entered “over-discharged protection” (reading 0 volts) and the watch doesn’t appear to have the power to kick the battery back out of that mode. It only needed “charging” manually for a minute or so before it had enough power to run in the watch and charge that way. Did it on a breadboard with some solid core wire hooking up the positive (left wide gold pin) and ground (silver casing). I know they come sealed, but would be nice if the batteries were tested/charged enough before being sent out. I wouldn’t expect many people to be able/willing to manually charge a battery with the size of the connector, and also because it carries some risk!

Symptoms of this were the green charging snake appearing for less than a second, and then the watch not responding when pressing the button. It should wake the screen back up if the battery is okay/charging.

Chris Wright - Replica

My battery swelled up and made this a bunch easier to do. I used the pick (see second picture in step 14) in this orientation to drop a bit of alcohol down under the battery to help with the adhesive. That worked a treat! Battery is in and it’s on the charger now, waiting to see if force touch works when it boots up.

Tyler - Replica

Everything went well with the repair and the guide was tremendously helpful. Just a few caveats I’d like to add:

1. The old battery may REALLY be stuck down on to the case. Go VERY slowly when prying it out.

2. You will have to remove the screen, regardless whether or not you need to replace the Force Touch sensor. Prying apart that metal clip which encloses the screen cable, is a royal PITA…just be patient.

3. The adhesive ring to reseal the watch is quite flimsy to handle. You’ll have to be very careful lining it up properly. And make sure you really clean the surfaces with alcohol and let them dry thoroughly before applying the new adhesive ring.

Thanks iFixIt!!

John Merjave - Replica

I tried everything on here and once I replaced the battery nothing turned on. In fact with the old swollen battery it did turn on. I’m not sure if the battery I got is faulty or not. That or I have done the replacement incorrectly

Adrian Fedele - Replica

Replaced the battery but it wont charge. Screen shows a charging cable with a green lightning bolt, but it wont ever charge enough to turn on?

Lee Wampler - Replica

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