Before disassembling the back camera of your iPhone 6S, you have to securely turn it off.
Maintain the power button on the top for a few seconds.
Then slide to the right to "power off" button in red.
Your iPhone 6S is now turned off.
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 6S.
The suction cups have to be near the home button (at the bottom) as shown on pictures 1 and 2.
Make sure the suction cups are perfectly attached to the iPhone and then close the handle of the iSclack to separate the suction cups, pulling the front panel up from the rear case.
A black seal on both sides of the phone and another white one at the top and bottom hold the display assembly to the rear panel.
Then lift the display assembly to a 90° angle.
With a cruciform screwdriver, remove the five screws circled in red.
Those screws hold the display assembly connector bracket. You'll be able to remove in using tweezers in the next step.
Use tweezers to remove the display assembly connector bracket.
With a nylon spudger, gently pry to disconnect the following cables:
Still using the spudger, pry again and disconnect the cable holding the display assembly to the iPhone 6S :
- Front camera
- Earpiece speaker
- Proximity and light sensor
You can lift the display assembly and remove it.
The display assembly of the iPhone 6S is now disassembled.
With a cruciform screwdriver, remove the two screws circled in red that hold the back camera bracket.
Grab that bracket with a pair of tweezers and remove it.
Use a nylon spudger and disconnect the back camera cable.
Then grab the camera and remove it.
If your iPhone 6S takes blurry pictures, you can replace the back camera with a new one.
To reassemble your iPhone 6S follow this guide in reverse order.
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