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Lanciato il 4 novembre 2017. Modello A1865, A1901. Disponibile con GSM o CDMA / 64 o 256 GB / Colore Silver o Space Grey. Si pronuncia "iPhone 10".

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Il mio iPhone X è diverso da tutti quelli che ci sono su internet

Ciao a tutti. Questo è il mio iPhone X internamente

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, tutti i tutorial di riparazione del display, mostrano completamente un altro tipo di iPhone, esempio:

  • Il mio non ha il cavo del FaceID (nonostante funzioni)
  • Il mio ha il kit sensori e camere attaccate al body e non al display
  • Ha una "s" nel telaio
  • Nei bordi è presente una cornice di metallo
  • Confronto del nuovo e vecchio (quello collegato) display

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L'ho comprato ricondizionato, se può esservi utile

Online non esiste argomento, domanda, thread, qualcosa che parli di questa diversità negli iPhone X, secondo il sistema , il modello è A1901, ma tutti gli articoli in vendita presentano le clip sul display. Non so cosa fare e come risolvere, online non c'è soluzione. Grazie mille per l'attenzione.

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Ho risolto, magari può essere d'aiuto a qualcuno. [image|2744990]

Il bordo in metallo che c'è nel corpo del telefono, è il pezzo che doveva staccarsi insieme al display, Con un aggeggio e pazienza, infilatelo sotto al ferretto e sganciate le clip.

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Hi Daniele,

First of all, my apologies for writing in English as I don't speak Italian, sorry.

Okay, the thing is, you do indeed have a standard iPhone X. The problem here is that for some reason the adhesive that holds the parts that are supposed to be on the display has failed, so when you removed the screen, all you got off was the LCD, leaving the mounting plates and the plastic front camera holder inside the phone rather than still attached to the screen as they should be.

By any chance did you fail to remove the two Pentalobe screws next to the charging port before you started to remove the screen? If that's the case, your LCD frame would remain locked to the case and what you ended up with would be the result. I would imagine it was probably more difficult to get the LCD off than it should have been.

I've taken your photos and marked with colored arrows where the parts are vs. where they should be on your display.

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I also note that your new screen appears to be missing the plastic holder for the front camera assembly. Did you remove it in order to try and fit your new screen on? It would have definitely been in the way, so that would make sense.

Anyway, what you have to do now is to remove all those parts I marked on your phone. If you haven't already done so, remove the Pentalobe screws! You cannot remove the bottom part of the screen frame without taking out those two screws.

Now you'll need to use something thin to slip between the display frame and the phone frame and do like the screen removal instructions show; cut the adhesive all the way around. Once you're done with that, you should be able to simply lift all of those parts away from the phone's frame. Flip them over and lay them on your old screen and you'll see how they should look.

Since the plastic front camera assembly holder is already off, you should be able to simply glue the old one onto your new frame, along with the entire front camera assembly. Just be careful not to get any glue or adhesive on the glass where the cameras and dot projectors look through and you should be fine.

Does that all make sense? If you have any further questions I'll be glad to help.

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Thank you Jerry, I fixed it in the way you told me.

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I think I have laast issue:

A clip is broken and it remained with the screw,

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when I try to get it out, the clip rotate with the screw, if I hold steady the clip, the screw won't rotate. I don't know how to fix that, here are my two solution, tell which is better in your opinion:

  • leave this clip from the display
  • broke that part with a tool

Thank you so much Jerry

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Hi Daniele,

Sorry for not getting back to you sooner, but I was up to my elbows in the cylinder head of a Volvo 850 all weekend.

Okay, obviously the best thing to do is to unscrew the broken clip, but I understand you're having difficulty doing that. You are using a tri-point screwdriver rather than a Phillips (cruciform) style, correct?

If you absolutely cannot remove the screw, I would be tempted to just leave it in place. Put a drop of glue on the bottom of it when you assemble the earpiece / front sensor assembly onto the display; that will help it stay in place. I would think that, along with the other two screws, should be sufficient to secure the assembly. Once the display is reinstalled in the phone, there won't be any room for any of the parts to move anyway.

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