Before disassembling the complete screen of your iPhone 8, it is necessary to switch it off.
Hold down the ignition / standby button located on the right edge of the phone for a few seconds.
Then slide your finger to the right on the "Switch off" button which appears in red.
Using the pentalobe screwdriver provided in the standard tool kit, unscrew the two screws located on the bottom of the iPhone.
These screws are located at the phone's lightning connector.
These two screws are used to hold the lower part of the screen on the chassis of the iPhone 8.
Using the hair dryer, heat the edges of the iPhone screen.
This operation consists in removing the seal located between the screen and the frame.
Note: Heat the upper part of the screen further to make it easier to remove.
Then insert a pick in the lower left part of the phone and slide it over the entire lower part.
Repeat on the entire left side and finally on the right side of the phone.
Insert an opening pick in the bottom left part of the phone and slide it around the phone.
Repeat that step on the left and right side of the phone.
Gently grasp and lift the screen.
Then drag and slightly pull the screen back.
Then open the screen in the same way as a book, being careful not to tear off the three cables linking it to the motherboard.
With the Phillips screwdriver, then unscrew the four screws holding the reinforcement plate of the LCD screen connectors.
Then grasp the metal plate of the connectors and remove it.
Using the nylon spudger, disconnect the battery.
Also unlock the LCD / Touch screen cable.
Keep the nylon spudger to disconnect the connection cable from the Force Touch sensor and the home button.
Using the Phillips screwdriver, then unscrew the three screws circled in red maintaining the metal shielding of the connectors of the front camera / internal speaker / proximity sensor cable.
Grasp the metal shield with the pliers and remove it.
Continue by disconnecting the cable from the front camera / internal speaker / proximity sensor with the nylon spudger.
Your iPhone 8 screen is now disassembled.
Then unscrew the four triwing screws circled in red
These screws hold the metal shield of the home button.
Remove the four screws circled in red with the triwing screwdriver.
Those screws secure the home button bracket.
Grasp the home button plate and remove it with the pliers.
Grab the home button bracket and remove it.
Using the nylon spatula, very carefully disconnect the home button from its tablecloth.
Be very delicate during this operation, the tablecloth of the home button is very fragile!
With the nylon spudger, gently disconnect the home button from its cable.
Be careful during this step, the home button is very fragile.
Continue with the spatula to take off the home button from the screen.
Remove it by passing it through the front of the screen.
Once again, be very delicate during the operation so as not to damage the home button cable!
Peel off the home button with the nylon spudger.
Remove it on the front.
Be very careful in order not to damage the home button cable!
The home button is disassembled.
Remember to replace it on the new screen to preserve Touch ID and Click;)
The complete screen of the iPhone 8 is now disassembled.
You can replace it with a new one if needed.
Unscrew the 5 Phillips screws circled in red holding the shield of the internal speaker. (Photo 1)
Grasp and remove the shield of the internal speaker with the pliers.
Tilt the front camera to free access to the internal speaker.
Now you can extract the internal speaker using the pliers.
The internal speaker is extracted.
Peel off the top of the tablecloth using the spatula.
Then slide the spatula under the entire camera to gently remove it.
The camera is separate and the iPhone 8 screen is completely disassembled.
Follow this free tutorial to change your broken screen :)
To reassemble your iPhone 8 follow this guide in reverse order.
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