Before disassembling the bottom speaker of your iPhone 6, you have to securely turn it off.
Maintain the power button on the top for a few seconds.
The SIM card tray of the iPhone 6 can be found on the right side of the phone, near the power button (on/off/sleep).
Insert the SIM card eject tool in the small hole and push to eject the SIM tray.
Then grab it and remove it.
The iPhone 6 SIM card tray is now removed.
With a pentalobe screw driver, remove the two screws circled in red on the picture.
Those screws are on both side of the lightning connector of the phone.
Those two screws maintain the bottom part of the screen on the iPhone's frame.
Then put the iSclack on the iPhone 6.
The suction cups have to be as close as possible to the home button of the iPhone as shown on the picture for a better grip.
Make sure the suction cups are well fixed to the iPhone, then open the tweezers in order to separate the screen from the frame of the phone.
With a cruciform screw, remove the five screws circled in red.
Those screws hold the front panel cable bracket that you can remove with a pair of tweezers.
With a nylon spudger, gently pry up to disconnect the cable for :
- the front camera,
- the earpiece speaker,
- the proximity and light sensor,
- and the home button cable.
Still with a nylon spudger, pry again to disconnect gently the last two cables holding the display assembly of your iPhone 6 :
- the LCD screen cable,
- the touch screen cable.
You can lift the complete display assembly and remove it
The complete display assembly is now disassembled.
Use the cruciform screwdriver and remove the two screws circled in red.
Those screws hold the two following connector brackets :
- battery connector,
- headphone jack/speaker/dock connector/microphone connector .
Then grab the connector's bracket with a pair of tweezers and remove it.
Use the nylon spudger and gently pry to disconnect the battery's cable.
With the nylon spudger, disconnect the headphone jack/lightning connector/GSM antenna/microphone cable.
Use the nylon spudger again and disconnect the GSM antenna.
Using a cruciform screwdriver, remove the four screws circled in red.
Those screws maintain the speaker to the rear panel of the iPhone.
With a nylon spudger, gently lift the speaker.
Then grab the speaker and remove sloxly the antenna cable as shown on pictures 1 and 2..
You can now remove the speaker.
The speaker of your iPhone 6 is now disassembled.
You can replace it by a new one.
To reassemble your iPhone 6 follow this guide in reverse order.
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